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TREATIES de acuerdo con los gobiernos o entidades correspondientes, las asambleas, conferencias o con- gresos internacionales, promovidos por el Consejo Directivo. 6. Al quedar integrado el Con- sejo Directivo del Instituto, se- gun los terminos de esta Conven- ci6n, el Comit6 Ejecutivo Provi- sional, nombrado por el Primer Congreso Indigenista reunido en Patzcuaro, rendira un informe al Consejo Directivo y continuari funcionando por un afio como Comit6 Ejecutivo, conforme lo establece la fracci6n 3, del Articulo VII, pero sujeto a lo estatuido en esta Convenci6n. La Comisi6n Permanente del mencionado Con- greso dejari de existir cuando el Consejo Directivo quede integra- do, recayendo sus funciones en el Comit6 Ejecutivo. ARTICULO IX Director 1. El Director del Instituto deberfi ser persona de reconocida competencia en materia indigena y poseer un conocimiento compara- tivo del problema indigena en diversos paises americanos. Du- rara en su empleo seis afios. Sera el Jefe del Institute, responsable de su marcha y funcionamiento ante el Comit6 Ejecutivo. 2. El Director determinara los proyectos, labores y actividades del Instituto, dentro del programa general que el Comite Ejecutivo y los estatutos a que se refiere el Articulo VII, fracci6n 7, inciso c), sefialaren, y tendra, ademas, las siguientes atribuciones: Governments or entities con- cerned, any meetings, conferences and international assemblies that the Governing Board may pro- mote. 6. When the Governing Board is integrated as set forth by this Convention, the provisional Exec- utive Committee appointed by the Patzcuaro Inter-American Confer- ence on Indian life shall submit to it a report and it shall continue in office for a period of one year, as established by Article VII, para- graph 3, but subject to the provi- sions of this Convention. The Standing Committee of the afore- mentioned Conference shall cease to exist when the Governing Board is integrated and the functions thereof shall be vested in the Executive Committee. ARTICLE IX The Director 1. The Director of the Institute must be a person admittedly com- petent in Indian Affairs and pos- sess a comparative knowledge of Indian problems in the various American States. He shall retain office for 6 years. He shall be the Head of the Institute, and shall answer to the Executive Com- mittee for its satisfactory progress and operation. 2. The Director shall decide upon the plans, work and activities of the Institute, within the general program marked out by the Execu- tive Committee and the By-Laws referred to in Article VII, para- graph 7, section (c), and besides, the following powers and duties shall be vested in him: Report by provi- sional Executive Com- mittee; continuance in office. Termination of Standing Committee. Qualfications, term ot office, etc. Functions, powers, and duties. [56 STAT.