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NOTE VERBALE DATED 25 MARCH 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF CUBA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIR OF THE COMMITTEE : SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1540 (2004)
National legal framework Enforcement: civil/criminal penalties and others Remarks Yes If yes, source document Yes If yes, source document Nuclear weapons Chemical weapons Biological weaponsa Nuclear weapons Chemical weapons Biological weapons Biological weapons: Legislative Decree No. 190 of 28 January 1999 on biosafety CITMA Decision No. 2 of 8 January 2004 establishing regulations for accounting for and control of biological materials, equipment and related technology CITMA Decision No. 180 of 7 November 2007 establishing regulations for granting biosafety certification 2 Measures to account for use X X X Nuclear weapons: INFCIRC/633, in force since 3 June 2004 Additional Protocol (INFCIRC/633/Add.1), in force since 3 June 2004 Decree No. 208 of 24 May 1996 on the State system of accounting for and control of nuclear material CITMA Decision No. 62 of 12 July 1996 establishing rules for accounting for and control of nuclear material X X X Nuclear weapons: Act No. 62 of 29 December 1987, Penal Code, amended by Legislative Decree No. 316 of 7 December 2013 amending the Penal Code and the Counter-Terrorism Act, articles 185 and 186 S /A C .4 4 /2 0 1 9 /1 2 7 /7 1 1 9 -0 6 6 2 8 Are any of the following measures, procedures or legislation in place to account for, secure or otherwise protect nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and related materials? (...) National legal framework Enforcement: civil/criminal penalties and others Remarks Yes If yes, source document Yes If yes, source document Nuclear weapons Chemical weapons Biological weaponsa Nuclear weapons Chemical weapons Biological weapons Legislative Decree No. 309 of 23 February 2013 on chemical safety Biological weapons: Legislative Decree No. 190 of 28 January 1999 on biosafety CITMA Decision No. 2 of 8 January 2004 establishing regulations for accounting for and control of biological materials, equipment and related technology CITMA Decision No. 180 of 7 November 2007 establishing regulations for granting biosafety certification 3 Measures to account for storage X X X Nuclear weapons: INFCIRC/633, in force since 3 June 2004 Additional Protocol (INFCIRC/633/Add.1), in force since 3 June 2004 Decree No. 208 of 24 May 1996 on the State system of accounting for and control of nuclear material CITMA Decision No. 62 of 12 July 1996 establishing X X X Nuclear weapons: Act No. 62 of 29 December 1987, Penal Code, amended by Legislative Decree No. 316 of 7 December 2013 amending the Penal Code and the Counter-Terrorism Act, articles 185 and 186 Nuclear weapons/chemical weapons: Decree No. 202 of 12 October 1995 on violations regarding physical protection, State secrets, S /A C .4 4 /2 0 1 9 /1 2 9 /7 1 1 9 -0 6 6 2 8 Are any of the following measures, procedures or legislation in place to account for, secure or otherwise protect nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and related materials? (...) National legal framework Enforcement: civil/criminal penalties and others Remarks Yes If yes, source document Yes If yes, source document Nuclear weapons Chemical weapons Biological weaponsa Nuclear weapons Chemical weapons Biological weapons No. 2 of 8 January 2004 establishing regulations for accounting for and control of biological materials, equipment and related technology CITMA Decision No. 180 of 7 November 2007 establishing regulations for granting biosafety certification 4 Measures to account for transport X X X Nuclear weapons: Decree No. 208 of 24 May 1996 on the State system of accounting for and control of nuclear material CITMA Decision No. 62 of 12 July 1996 establishing rules for accounting for and control of nuclear material Legislative Decree No. 207 of 14 February 2000 on the use of nuclear energy Chemical weapons: CITMA Decision No. 15 of 25 February 2003 establishing regulations governing national inspections and X X X Nuclear weapons: Act No. 62 of 29 December 1987, Penal Code, amended by Legislative Decree No. 316 of 7 December 2013 amending the Penal Code and the Counter-Terrorism Act, articles 185 and 186 Nuclear weapons/chemical weapons: Decree No. 202 of 12 October 1995 on violations regarding physical protection, State secrets, radioactive substances and other sources of ionizing radiation and hazardous substances Biological weapons: S /A C .4 4 /2 0 1 9 /1 3 1 /7 1 1 9 -0 6 6 2 8 Are any of the following measures, p
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نتيجة: 981307 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=S/AC.44/2019/1&Lang=A
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2007/06/27 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE SUDAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARIAT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
A presidential Decree was issued on 30th Oct. 2005 establishing the National Petroleum. Commission. b. (...) The Presidential Decree establishing the National DDR Council issued on the 15th of February 2006. (...) A Presidential Decree establishing the council was issued on the 7l of Jan. 2006.
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نتيجة: 910180.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=A/HRC/6/G/3&Lang=A
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE AZERBAIJAN: HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSIONER (OMBUDSMAN) : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Consequently, the Law of the Republic of Azerbaijan on the Rights of the persons with disabilities, National Action Program on the protection of the rights of persons with disabilities, State Program on the Development of inclusive education for persons with disabilities and Regulations on Establishing reasonable accommodation for persons with limited health capacities in projecting of buildings and constructions and others were prepared and recommendations of the competent public institutions, non-governmental organizations submitted to the Government are expected to be adopted in the next future. (...) Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Population was requested regarding the identification of health incapacity of children under age of 18 by Medical Social Expert Commissions (MSECs) and determination of the degree of the disability for the persons older than age of 18; and subsequently, the recommendations related to determining of the criteria for limited health capacities for children and disability; developing the normative- legal framework in relation to Medical-Social Expertise and Rehabilitation; establishing the State Medical Social Expertise and Rehabilitation Service at the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Population; developing the Regulations of the State Medical Social Expertise and Rehabilitation Service; re-organizing quality of service in Medical Consultation Commissions and Medical Social Expert Commissions (MSECs) complying them with international standards; promoting transparency by minimizing civil servant and citizen relations and bringing them into compliance with international standards; establishing e-registration Database for referrals to MSEC to improve the process of issue of medical referrals by Ministry of Health; provision of citizens in health institutions with the relevant printed medical referrals through “Electronic Health Card System of Citizens” (EHCS); establishing the State Medical Social Expertise and Rehabilitation Sub-system at the Common Information System of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of Population to increase transparency in the processes of determining the disability and health incapacity of citizens, in extending the application of modern information technologies and in developing the quality of service to people by the noted Service; Regulations on the Criteria for disability and health incapacity as well as on Medical Social Expert Commissions have been taken into consideration. (...) Considering the significance of the participation of persons with disabilities in decision- making processes, Ombudsman closely cooperates with disabled persons organizations; and also include persons’ with disabilities into the composition of Council of Experts, also to the Working Group on Business and human rights, operating in the Ombudsman Office as well as Ombudsman requested the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Population to establish public observation units in central, local and self-governing organizations and take necessary measures for the participation of persons with disabilities in a new composition of the Public Council in the noted Ministry, established to ensure the participation of civil society institutions in the process of adoption of legal norms about rights of persons with disabilities and to organize the public control over activities of the Ministry according to the Law of the Republic of Azerbaijan on Public Participation; as a consequence of 7 out of 15 members of the Public Union were selected among the persons with disabilities; to the point, Specialized Adviser of the Ombudsman for the persons with disabilities has also selected to the new composition of the Public Union at the Ministry of labor and Social Protection of the Population.
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نتيجة: 883431.25 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=A/HRC/31/NI/18&Lang=A
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LETTER DATED 15 MAY 2013 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF MONGOLIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
.، ﻭﺑﺎﻟﻠﻐﺔ ﺍﻟﱵ ﻗﺪﻡ ﺑﻬﺎ ﻓﻘﻂ ﺑﻬﺎ ﻭﺭﺩﻳﻌﻤﻢ ﺑﺎﻟﺼﻴﻐﺔ ﺍﻟﱵ * 1/G/32/CRH/A ﺍﻷﻣﻢ ﺍﳌﺘﺤﺪﺓ 3102 yaM 12 lareneG :.rtsiD ﺍﳉﻤﻌﻴﺔ ﺍﻟﻌﺎﻣﺔ cibarA hsilgnE :lanigirO A/HRC/23/G/1 GE.13-13850 2 Annex [English only] Ulaanbaatar Declaration Community’s Attainments and Global Challenges We the Participants of the Seventh Ministerial Conference of the Community of Democracies held in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, on 29 April 2013; Reaffirming our unwavering commitment and adherence to the purposes and principles of the Warsaw Declaration of 27 June 2000 establishing the Community of Democracies and subsequent Ministerial decisions of the Community of Democracies, Reiterating our obligations under the United Nations Charter and our common allegiance to the principles and spirit of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and, as appropriate, other relevant international instruments, Reaffirming that democracy, development and respect for all human rights and fundamental freedoms are interdependent and mutually reinforcing, Reiterating also our conviction that democracy is the best known form of government to promote and protect human rights, fundamental freedoms and the rule of law for all, and to strengthen peace as well as to promote prosperity, Recognizing that human rights, democracy and the rule of law are strengthened when States work to eliminate discrimination of any kind and strive to ensure the full participation of women on equal terms with men in all spheres of political, social and economic life, Stressing the importance of ensuring that government is transparent, responsive, effective and accountable to the people, and that everyone tangibly benefits from free and open societies that embrace democratic institutions, respect for the individual, tolerance of diversity, pluralism, and the rule of law, Reaffirming the important role played by individual citizens and civil society in decision making and policy formulation, and in improving the quality, legitimacy and effectiveness of democracies, Expressing appreciation for the positive democratic trends in many parts of the world since the Vilnius Ministerial Conference held in 2011, including an increasing number of free and fair elections, Welcoming the growing respect for democratic values in many parts of the world, including the initial steps taken in Northern Africa and the Middle East as well as the beginnings of political transition in Myanmar, Noting with concern, however, the decline in the promotion and protection of social and political rights and civil liberties as well as the restrictions placed on individuals and civil society and the freedoms of expression, association, religion and belief in some countries, Expressing concern for the democratic development of Mali has been seriously threatened by non-democratic forces and terrorist groups and reiterating the Community of Democracies’ resolve to support the return to a pluralistic and stable democracy governed by the rule of law in Mali through inclusive national dialogue and long-term reconciliation, A/HRC/23/G/1 3 GE.13-13850 Acknowledging the important role of the United Nations as well as regional and non- governmental organizations in democratic development, and other initiatives past and present that support and promote democracy and democratic values throughout the world, Mindful of the role of international cooperation in promoting the goals set forth in the Warsaw Declaration and other international documents and commitments, including the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and convinced that in this field the Community of Democracies can play an important role in such cooperation and exchange of experience as well as through the provision of peer support, Recalling that equality between men and women and the protection and promotion of women’s rights are an integral part of human rights and a fundamental criterion of democracy, Have adopted the following: 1. (...) We applaud the concrete actions taken by the Community’s working groups since the Vilnius Ministerial Conference in support of the Community of Democracies’ objectives, including: • Enabling and protecting civil society by coordinating diplomatic action to prevent and address the adoption of laws and regulations that unduly restrict the work of civil society; • Establishing the Leadership Engaged in New Democracies (LEND) Network and its Working Group - a digital platform for sharing best practices, peer-to-peer exchanges, and information on reform and the rule of law with those leaders guiding democratic transitions; • Streamlining the activities of the Working Group on Education for Democracy to focus on practical actions, such as organizing international seminars, developing curriculum framework, establishing a new digital library of democracy education curricula and materials. (...) We also welcome other activities by the Community, including: • Organizing the International Women’s Leadership Forum in Ulaanbaatar on 7-8 July 2012; • Convening the first informal Asia-Pacific Ministerial Meeting in Ulaanbaatar on 28 April 2013, at which the Ministers decided to regularly hold such a meeting in the margins of the CD Ministerial Conferences; • Launching an Asian network for democracy to consolidate regional civil society activities and strengthening democratic gains in Asia; • Promoting regional and country-to-country dialogue, cooperation and exchange of experiences in democratic development; • Continued meetings of the UN Democracy Caucus that addressed issues such as democracy education, the rule of law, and democracy support; • Successfully implementing the first round of the Democracy Partnership Challenge Task Forces for Tunisia and Moldova; • Initiating the process to apply for an observer status with the United Nations General Assembly; • Recognition of the Parliamentary Forum for Democracy, established under the Lithuanian Presidency, as an affiliated body of the Community of Democracies; • Holding the first meeting of a Group of Friends of the Community of Democracies in Bamako with the aim of supporting Mali’s return to democratic order; • Establishing an Ad Hoc Group for Myanmar to support that country’s transition towards democracy; • Supporting effective cooperation with civil society to improve the transparency, accountability, legitimacy and performance of democratic governments. 6.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 869072.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=A/HRC/23/G/1&Lang=A
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REQUEST FOR THE INCLUSION OF AN ADDITIONAL ITEM IN THE AGENDA OF THE 72ND SESSION : OBSERVER STATUS IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY FOR THE FUND FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN : LETTER DATED 5 OCTOBER 2017 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE PLURINATIONAL STATE OF BOLIVIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The instruments of contribution shall be protocols signed by each member State and establishing their respective commitments to contribute resources to the Indigenous Fund to form the capital of that Fund, in accordance with paragraph 2.4 below. (...) The General Meeting shall adopt specific criteria for determining the eligibility of applicants to and recipients of the Indigenous Fund in an interdependent manner, taking into account the diversity of its recipients, and for establishing priorities among programmes and projects. 6.4. (...) (a) Taking into account the diverse and particular characteristics of the potential recipients of programmes and projects, the General Meeting shall establish flexible parameters to be used by the Board of Directors in determining funding modalities and establishing conditions for the execution of each programme and project, in consultation with the parties concerned.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 846158.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/72/232&Lang=A
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES OF THE OFFERS SUBMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENTS OF FRANCE, GERMANY, INDIA, KENYA AND THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA TO PROVIDE THE PHYSICAL LOCATION OF THE SECRETARIAT OF AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL SCIENCE-POLICY PLATFORM ON BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES: ADDENDUM: TEXT OF THE OFFERS
The experience of all the above pro- grammes laid the foundation for India establishing itself as a global leader in science and tech- nology, application, policy making and implementation. (...) India offers flexible and secure banking and financial facilities in the region with a range of national and international banks that offer seem less services for banking and financial transactions. By establishing the Secretariat of IPBES, such special privileges needed for operations will be extended. 12. (...) The experience of all the above programmes laid the foundation for India establishing itself as a global leader in science and technology, application, policy making and implementation.
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نتيجة: 837328.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...UNEP/IPBES.MI/2/5/ADD.1&Lang=A
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2007/03/09 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
In this respect, major steps foreseen by the Circular, which are directly relevant to the recommendations of the Special Rapporteur are as follows: - establishment of a Standing Parliamentary Commission on gender equality, - introduction of a “Framework Equality Law” as a matter of urgency, - taking necessary legal and administrative measures for the effective implementation of the principle of equality before the law, enshrined in Article 10 of the Constitutiton, - taking necessary steps to overcome the economic inequality between men and women, - initiating a comprehensive review of the legislation, policies and practices with a view to identifying the those that may have negative impact on gender equality; endorsing positive discrimination for women as a State policy until gender equality is fully transformed into reality, - introducing necessary amendments to the Law on Political Parties to ensure active participation of women in political life, - endorsing and implementing positive discrimination in favor of women in employment sector, where necessary, - undertaking multi-faceted and cross-sectoral activities to promote public awareness on the Law on the Protection of the Family No. 4320; strengthening the protection regime envisaged by the Law with an effective monitoring of its implementation and rectifiying the deficiencies with possible amendments to the Law, where necessary, - rendering supportive services for women in order to enable them to complete their education and to carry out proffesional activities, - endorsing prevention of all forms of violence against women as a State policy; mainstreaming this policy into all segments of the administration; setting up a special fund from the budget for this purpose, - lifting any discriminatory legal provisions amounting to human rights violations against women, particularly in terms of their physical integrity, - training members of the judicial branch, pedagogists, psychologists and social service experts appointed to the Family and Juvenile Courts, particularly on gender issues; increasing the posts for such staff at these Courts, A/HRC/4/G/10 Page 5 - providing support to women related activities of the Public Education Centers affiliated to the Municipalities and Ministry of National Education as well as of the Society Centers affiliated to Social Services and the Child Protection Agency (SHÇEK); encouraging these centers to conduct activities focusing on litteracy, human rights of women, gender equality and empowerment of women, in collaboration with releveant non-governmental organizations, - producing spot films on violence against women and broadcasting them in national, regional and local media within the framework of a nation wide “public awareness campaign”, - preparation and distribution of brochures and information materials on the prevention of violence against women, by the local administrations, - increasing public awareness activities of the Directorate for Religious Affairs relating to the prevention of violence against women, through publications, meetings, sermons and special events, - launching a campaign aimed at raising awareness and sensitivity on violence against women by public institutions and agencies in cooperation with civil society, - providing financial support to women residing in women shelters; setting up a “Women Support Fund” to contribute to and facilitate the economic empowerment of such women; allocating temporary residences from existing resources for women who leave the women shelters to begin a new life; adopting necessary legislative amendments to allow for in kind and cash support to women residing in shelters run by civil society organizations, - supporting the active participation of all the relevant stakeholders, including civil society, academia and women research institutes, in drafting laws on women’s issues, - establishing a “Committee for Monitoring Violence against Women” under the coordination of the General Directorate for the Status of Women, - establishing measures to eradicate violence against women relating to legal, institutional, educational and cultural spheres within the framework of a national action plan, from a gender sensitive perspective, - integrating gender sensitive policies into all State plans and programs; maintaining effective coordination among public institutions and agencies; setting up monitoring mechanisms for their implementation and operationalizing the existing mechanisms, - organizing a nation wide compulsory education on gender equality for the staff of public institutions and agencies, universities and private sector, - developing an “Action Plan on Violence against Women 2006-2010” under the coordination of State Ministry Responsible for Women, in cooperation with all public institutions and agencies, universities, civil society organizations, private sector and local administration; establishing a mechanism for monitoring the implementation of this Action Plan. A/HRC/4/G/10 Page 6 - setting up a “service network model” for maintaining effective coordination of the activities on the prevention of violence against women, carried out by public institutions and agencies, women research institutes of the universities, civil society organizations and local administration, - increasing the budget allocation for the activities of SHÇEK; bringing the women shelters in line with European Union standards qualitatively and quantitatively, - reviewing the legislation governing women shelters with a view to improving their standards; setting up new women shelters and monitoring the conditions of the women shelters currently operating, - preparing guidelines on the procedures to be followed by the law enforcement agencies for victims of violence, - providing financial and logistic support to the activities of the civil society in establishing and operating women shelters as well as counselling/social centers for women, - preparing standard question forms by the relevant Ministries in order to compile data on recorded incidents of violence against women and of honour/customary killings; progressively forming a national data base by the Turkish Statistical Institute, - providing support to the relevant institutions in conducting researches on the root causes of violence against women and its societal implications and in implementing projects aimed at preventing violence against women, - identifying harmful customs, traditions and social attitudes that have significant implications on violence against women; preparing educational programs aimed at changing these behaviour and attitutes; planning a nation wide educational program on the prevention of domestic violence, anger management, healthy communication among individuals, - establishing primary and secondary boarding schools for girls in underdeveloped regions where traditional patriarchal practices are prevalent, - preparing educational programs targeting the transformation of mentality on violence against women to be implemented in military service, mosques, social centers and work places where men are mostly employed, - launching a nation wide information campaign to raise awareness among women on counselling and support centers rendering services and care for victims of violence, - integrating the issue of violence against women into the internal training programs of the health staff, judiciary, law enforcement agencies, teachers, social service experts, psychologist, child development experts and other relevant occupations. - establishing special units for victims of violence in all health institutions; equipping them with necessary infrastructure, capabilities and support staff, A/HRC/4/G/10 Page 7 - developing public messages on the negative impacts of the societal structures based on traditional gender roles and stereotypes as well as patriarchal order and disseminating them through textbooks, films, media, daily public discourse, sermons and academic works, - organization of public awareness activities by the Directorate for Religous Affairs on honour/customary killings, negative impacts of traditional gender roles and stereotypes as well as patriarchal order, - organizing joint campaigns on honour/customary killings, that target both men and women, in cooperation with the relevant public institutions, civil society and local administration; developing programs on the promotion of self-expression, communication and problem solving techniques targeting men and women, - production of spot films on prevention of honour/customary killings, - finding ways to challenge and overcome the traditional stereotypes and understandings dominant in the society on “customs” (töre) and the concept of “honour” (namus) - developing a national “Action Plan on the Prevention of Honour/customary Killings 2006-2010” which would include all relevant public institutions and non governmental organizations and monitoring its implementation, - setting up a nation wide help line which would operate 24 hours, - establishing committees for the prevention of honour/customary killings at the local level consisting of representatives from the Office of the Governor, Security, Gendarmerie, Universities, civil society organizations, municipalities and office of mufti, 15 The overall coordination of the implementation of the Circular in terms of the measures on prevention of violence against women and of honour/customary killings, has been entrusted with the General Directorate for Status of Women (GDSW).
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 836079.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=A/HRC/4/G/10&Lang=A
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APPEAL BY CROATIA AGAINST A FINAL DECISION OF THE ENFORCEMENT BRANCH OF THE COMPLIANCE COMMITTEE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
In delivering its final decision, the EBCC failed to take into consideration all the aforementioned factors, particularly the broader prospective of the issue in Croatia’s case that calls for establishing a fair and equitable initial level of GHG emissions for Croatia, in order for it to be in a position to fulfil the Convention’s ultimate objective. (...) Contrary to the EBCC’s understanding, the purpose and intention of the first sentence in Article 3, paragraph 5 of the Kyoto Protocol, is not the use of a base year or period (other than 1990) per se, but determining a historical base point for establishing a fair and just level of initial GHG emission of EIT Parties, such as Croatia. (...) Since the COP and the CMP are two distinct decision-making bodies, the fact that all Parties to the Kyoto Protocol are also Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change does not provide a sufficient basis for establishing the application of COP decisions under the Kyoto Protocol.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 830923.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=FCCC/KP/CMP/2010/2&Lang=A
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COMPILATION : [UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW] : TUNISIA / PREPARED BY THE OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 5 OF THE ANNEX TO HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL RESOLUTION 16/21
Navi Pillay, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on the occasion of the signature of the agreement establishing a country office in Tunisia, 13 July 2011, available from www.ohchr.org/en/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx? (...) See also UNICEF submission to the UPR on Tunisia, 2010, third page. 28 Statement by the High Commissioner on establishing a country office in Tunisia (note 7 above). (...) See also CCPR/C/TUN/CO/5, para. 13. 88 CCPR/C/TUN/CO/5, para. 12. 89 CEDAW/C/TUN/CO/6, para. 23. 90 Report of the OHCHR Assessment Mission (note 1 above), para. 55(IV). 91 Statement by the High Commissioner on establishing a country office in Tunisia (note 7 above).
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 820202.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=A/HRC/WG.6/13/TUN/2&Lang=A
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