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LETTER DATED 3 APRIL 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
In others, case assignment is a function managed by court administrators rather than judges. (...) Publicly and clearly post in the courthouse, schedules of hearing and proceedings and courtrooms. 6. (...) Principle 11 The judiciary should afford access and appropriate assistance to the media to enable it to perform its legitimate function of informing the public about judicial proceedings, including decisions.
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UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW :WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE NORTHERN IRELAND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The 2019 Act’s primary function is to extend the period for the formation of a new Executive in NI. (...) A/HRC/42/NI/4 6 GE.19-15148 7 CEDAW/C/OP.8/GBR/1, ‘Report of the Inquiry Concerning the UK of Great Britain and NI under Article 8 of the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women’, 19 July 2017. 8 In the matter of an application by the NI Human Rights Commission for Judicial Review (NI) Reference by the Court of Appeal in NI pursuant to Paragraph 33 of Schedule 10 to the NI Act 1998 (Abortion) [2018] UKSC 27. 9 ‘Explanatory Notes to Northern Ireland (Executive Formation, etc.) (...) T he United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland’, August 2015, para. 7. 19 Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions, ‘Sub Committee on Accreditation Report’ (GANHRI, 2016), at para 3.8. 20 In the matter of an application by the NI Human Rights Commission for Judicial Review (NI) Reference by the Court of Appeal in NI pursuant to Paragraph 33 of Schedule 10 to the NI Act 1998 (Abortion) [2018] UKSC 27, at para 73. 21 House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee, ‘HC 2595 10th Special Report - Abortion Law in Northern Ireland: Government Response to the Committee’s Eighth Report of Session 2017– 19’ (WEC, 2019), at 4. 22 House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee, ‘HC 2595 10th Special Report - Abortion Law in Northern Ireland: Government Response to the Committee’s Eighth Report of Session 2017– 19’ (WEC, 2019), at 4. 23 Letter from Secretary of State NI Karen Bradley to NI Human Rights Commission, 13 November 2018; House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee, ‘HC 2595 10th Special Report - Abortion Law in Northern Ireland: Government Response to the Committee’s Eighth Report of Session 2017–19’ (WEC, 2019), at 4.
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BACKGROUND PAPER ON NEW SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS RELEVANT TO THE CONVENTION ON THE PROHIBITION OF THE DEVELOPMENT, PRODUCTION AND STOCKPILING OF BACTERIOLOGICAL (BIOLOGICAL) AND TOXIN WEAPONS AND ON THEIR DESTRUCTION / PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT
For example, bioinformatics can search for genes of interest making it possible to sort through a genome sequence, select a gene, determine whether it has a known function by comparing it to gene databases, and predict its cellular location and molecular weight. 8. (...) The fact that this was achieved ahead of schedule illustrates the rate of progress in such technologies. (...) This technology has been applied to the highly pathogenic filoviruses to study the function of the virion glycoproteins. 21. Experiments involving the production of recombinant viruses expressing foreign genes have generated unexpected and controversial results.
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LETTER DATED 8 FEBRUARY 2005 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SUDAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
The exclusive legislative powers of the National Legislature shall be in respect of the matters set forth in Schedule A, annexed hereto. 2.2.10 The concurrent legislative powers of the National Legislature shall be those matters as set forth in Schedule D, read together with Schedule F, annexed hereto. 2.2.1 1 The residual legislative powers shall be exercised in accordance with Schedule E annexed hereto.
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REQUEST FOR THE INCLUSION OF AN ITEM IN THE PROVISIONAL AGENDA OF THE 72ND SESSION : OBSERVER STATUS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL NETWORK FOR THE ASEAN+3 MACROECONOMIC RESEARCH OFFICE IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY : LETTER DATED 7 JULY 2017 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CHINA AND SINGAPORE TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Article 9 Voting (1) A quorum for any meeting of the Executive Committee shall be a majority of the Deputies who, in aggregate, exercise not less than two -thirds of the total voting power as set out in the Schedule to this Agreement. (2) The decisions of the Executive Committee shall be taken by consensus. If consensus cannot be reached, such decisions of the Executive Committee shall be effective if approved by no less than two -thirds of the total voting power as set out in the Schedule to this Agreement. (3) When two Deputies represent one member, they shall cast their votes as a unit. (...) A/72/142 11/18 17-11630 (4) All remaining expenses (including, but not limited to, human resources -related expenses) shall be borne by members in accordance with their contribution in the proportions set out in the Schedule to this Agreement. The members shall remit their contribution in a timely manner upon approval of their respective annual budgetary appropriations
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHTS TO FREEDOM OF PEACEFUL ASSEMBLY AND OF ASSOCIATION ON HIS FOLLOW-UP MISSION TO UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The Special Rapporteur also thanks the many activists, members of civil society and other non-governmental interlocutors who took time out of their busy schedules to meet with him. These individuals were a diverse group, coming from many walks of life, working on a broad range of issues and hailing from a multitude of different backgrounds — religious, cultural, ethnic and otherwise. (...) Undercover policing serves a vital function in gathering intelligence on criminal groups such as terrorists and organized crime syndicates. (...) Referencia de hipervínculo no válida.. 53 See United Kingdom, Trade Union Act 2016, sects. 10 (2) (2) and (4). 54 Ibid., schedule 1. 55 Ibid., schedule 1, paras. 2 (3)-(5). 56 Ibid., sect. 4. 57 See A/HRC/23/29/Add.1, paras. 24-28. 58 See www.ucpi.org.uk/about-the-inquiry/.
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DECISION CONCERNING FOLLOW-UP PROGRAMME FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CLAIMS AWARDS TAKEN BY THE GOVERNING COUNCIL OF THE UNITED NATIONS COMPENSATION COMMISSION AT ITS 150TH MEETING, ON 8 DECEMBER 2005
In summary, the Programme will function as follows. The UNCC will monitor the Programme. (...) The claimant Governments will provide information to the Independent Reviewers, to support their production of semi-annual progress reports to the UNCC on each project, on a schedule to be agreed with the Independent Reviewers. (...) The secretariat will work with the Independent Reviewers to establish a schedule for the submission of semi-annual reports. 27.
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COMPILATION OF VIEWS RECEIVED BY THE EXPANDED BUREAU IN RESPONSE TO COMMISSION [ON HUMAN RIGHTS] DECISION 2003/116 : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
They may divide statements on the item into two separate parts or make just one statement (in accordance with E/CN.4/2002/16); − OHCHR should publish a schedule showing when each of the rapporteurs will be attending the Commission; − Rapporteurs must be present during the debates on the agenda items that concern them; − OHCHR should publish and maintain a roster of candidates for appointment to the Commission’s special procedures. (...) The secretariat should not schedule parallel activities to coincide with this segment. (...) The secretariat should send regional groups, through the Bureau and well in advance, the schedule of briefings and other parallel activities it may be planning for the Commission’s annual session. 83.
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Chapter IV discusses the adjustment of Brazilian trade and industrial policies to the new world trading system, with emphasis on the Brazilian schedule of trade concessions at the end of the Uruguay Round. (...) In January 1991, the government announced a general reform of tariff rates, with a time schedule of gradual reductions up to 1994. This time schedule was later accelerated. Table HI presents the established targets: Table II. 1 TIME SCHEDULE FOR THE REDUCTION OF TARIFF RATES Initial schedule Modified schedule Average (%) Mode Standard deviation 1990 1990 32.2 40 19.6 2/15/91 2/15/91 25.3 20 17.4 1/01/92 1/01/92 21.2 20 14.2 1/01/93 10/01/92 7.1 20 10.7 1/01/94 7/01/93 14.3 20 7.9 Source: Suzigan and Villela, 1997, p. 90. 11 Most of the remaining non-tariff import controls were also eliminated, including a list of forbidden imports.
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Aruba Contribution of USD$ 13,472  ‐$   13,472   ARUBA RLA/09/801 for RLA/06/801          Total Project  $  599,707             RLA/09/801 SCM/5  Apéndice B al Sumario de Discusiones   — B2 —    Implementation of Performance based Air Navigation Systems  Management Service Agreement RLA09801 As at 31 March 2016 (in United States dollars) Financial Status from accounts:  Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2016  215,634  Adjustment   ‐ Adjusted Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2016 215,634  Add/(Deduct):  Contributions Received (Schedule I) ‐ Transfer of Funds to/from Other Funds (Schedule I) ‐ Interest Earned and Accrued 149  Foreign Currency Exchange Gain(Loss) and other Income (Note 5)  (1) Refund of Contributions ‐ Interest Expenses ‐ Refund of Interest Earned ‐    149  215,783  Deduct Expenses (Note 1):  Experts (Schedule II) ‐ Administrative Support Personnel (Schedule III) ‐ United Nations Volunteers (Schedule IV) ‐ Travel on Official Business (Schedule V) ‐ Mission Costs (Schedule VI) 13,392  National Professionals (Schedule VII) ‐ Subcontracts (Schedule VIII) ‐ Fellowships (Schedule IX) 4,640  Equipment (Schedule X) ‐ Sundry (Schedule XI) 50  Administrative Overhead (Schedule XII) (Note 2) 1,808     19,890  Fund Balance/(Deficit Balance) as at 31 March 2016  195,893  Deduct outstanding commitments known up to 31 December 2016 (Note 3): Experts (Schedule II) ‐ Administrative Support Personnel (Schedule III) ‐ United Nations Volunteers (Schedule IV) ‐ Travel on Official Business (Schedule V) ‐ Mission Costs (Schedule VI) (54) National Professionals (Schedule VII) ‐ Subcontracts (Schedule VIII) ‐ Fellowships (Schedule IX) ‐ Equipment (Schedule X) ‐ Sundry (Schedule XI) ‐ Administrative Overhead (Schedule XII) (5)    (59) Estimated funds available/(required) (Note 4)  195,952  Future Commitments: beyond 31 December 2016 (Note 3): ‐ Estimated funds available/ (required) including future commitments beyond 2016 (Note 4) 195,952    RLA/09/801 SCM/5  Apéndice B al Sumario de Discusiones  — B3 —      Bahamas   Barbados   Cuba   Curacao   Dominican  Republic   Haiti   Jamaica   México   Trinidad  and Tobago  COCESNA   ECCAA   Total  2011‐2013 Contributions  $ 25,000.00  $ 25,000.00  $ 24,909.51  $ 25,000.00  $ 24,985.00  $ 25,000.00  $ 24,980.00  $ 25,000.00  $ 24,980.00  $ 24,985.00  $ 20,000.00    2014‐2015 Contributions  PENDING  PENDIENTE  PENDING  PENDIENTE  $ 24,962.29  $ 25,000.00  $ 24,975.00  $ 24,980.00  $ 25,000.00  $ 25,000.00  $ 24,985.00  $ 24,985.00  $ 30,000.00    2016 Contributions  PENDING  PENDIENTE  PENDING  PENDIENTE  $ 25,000.00  PENDING  PENDIENTE  PENDING  PENDIENTE  $ 24,980.00  PENDING  PENDIENTE  $ 25,000.00  PENDING  PENDIENTE  PENDING  PENDIENTE  PENDING  PENDIENTE    2017 Contributions                $ 25,000.00          Total Contributions  $ 25,000.00  $ 25,000.00  $ 74,871.80  $ 50,000.00  $ 49,960.00  $ 74,960.00  $ 49,980.00  $ 100,000.00 $ 49,965.00  $ 49,970.00  $ 50,000.00  $ 599,706.80     United States contributes to Project RLA/09/801 with in‐kind support. / Estados Unidos contribuye al Proyecto RLA/09/801 con apoyo en especie.        
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