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Whenever referred to in the Regulation: 1) minimum level of water accumulation - means the lowest level of the water table which makes it possible for the damming structure to operate properly; 2) normal water level - means the highest level of the water table under normal conditions of use of the damming structure; 3) maximum water level - means the highest water level of the dammed water taking into account the permanent flood reserve; for damming structures without flood capacity the maximum water level is equal to the normal water level; 4) minimum energy level - means the lowest level of the dammed water table that allows a power plant to operate; 5) Emergency damming level - means the highest admissible short-term level of dammed water above the maximum damming level; 6) Lowest navigable flow - means the minimum water flow determined for a waterway or section of a waterway and necessary to maintain the transit depth required by the class of the waterway in the navigable route; 7) Maximum navigable flow - means the maximum water flow, determined for a waterway or a section of a waterway, at which navigation can be performed; 8) normal navigable level - means the lowest level of the water table backed up by a waterway, providing the transit depth required for the class of waterway under conditions from the lowest navigable flow to the highest navigable flow; 9) Maximum navigable water level - means the level of the water table backed up by the stage under conditions of the highest navigable flow; 10) dead volume of the reservoir - means the volume of the reservoir below the minimum level of water accumulation; 11) Usable reservoir volume - means the reservoir volume to be used for the stated purpose of the reservoir between the minimum damming level and normal damming level; 1) The Minister of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation heads the department of government administration - water management, based on § 1 (2) (2) of the Regulation of the Prime Minister of 13 December 2017 on the detailed scope of activities of the Minister of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation (Journal of Laws, item 2324 and of 2018, item 100). Official Journal - 2 - Item 1725 12) Permanent flood capacity of the reservoir - means the capacity of the reservoir to be used by a flood wave between the normal level of damming and the maximum level of damming; 13) Forced flood capacity of a reservoir - means the capacity of a reservoir between the maximum level of damming and an exceptional level of damming; 14) Normal reservoir use - means the use of a water facility at water levels between the minimum level of impoundment and the normal level of impoundment; 15) Conditions of use during floods - means the use of a water facility at levels above the normal level of damming; 16) Maximum capacity of a water facility - means the total capacity of all the discharge facilities of a water facility at the maximum damming level; 17) guaranteed flow - means the flow of waters below the damming structure being the sum of the inviolable flow and the flow necessary to cover the water needs, in particular the water needs of the establishments with water permits located within the range of influence of a given structure; 18) permitted flow - means the flow of water which does not cause adverse effects of flooding in the areas downstream of the damming structure; 19) Flood flow - means the flow of water below the damming structure, determined according to forecasts and adapted to the capacity of the discharge facilities, which may cause adverse flood effects; 20) catastrophic flow - means the flood flow of waters below the damming structure, which is beyond the control of the discharge facilities and causes damage to property and endangers human life or health; 21) anticipatory flow - means a water flow that does not exceed the permitted flow and which, depending on forecasts and the current storage capacity of the reservoir, allows it to partially empty before the expected flood event; 22) damming height - means the difference between the ordinate of the maximum damming level and the ordinate of the lower water table corresponding to the multi-year average low flow; 23) State of alert for an artificial reservoir - means a state of flood hazard and increased safety for the artificial reservoir's personnel and services responsible for hydrological and meteorological protection of the reservoir, introduced during a flood when inflow to the artificial reservoir exceeds the permitted flow at the normal level of damming; 24) state of alert for an artificial reservoir - means a state of increased readiness for the operation of an artificial reservoir and services conducting hydrological and meteorological protection of this reservoir, introduced in the case of occurrence in the catchment area above the artificial reservoir of such a hydrological and meteorological situation that may necessitate the commencement of its use according to the procedure foreseen for the period of flooding, included in the water management instruction, hereinafter referred to as 'instruction'; 25) Drought in an artificial reservoir - means a situation in which, if water is managed in accordance with the instructions, there is a fear of rapid exhaustion of the usable capacity of this reservoir, preventing the realisation of inviolable flows and covering the water needs of establishments holding water permits. § 2. 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The descriptive part of the manual for damming structures includes: 1) information on the location of the water feature, including its location kilometre on the watercourse and the coordinates; 2) the name of the owner, manager or operator responsible for water management and water facility maintenance; 3) a specification of the functions that the water facility is intended to perform; 4) information on the aquatic facility, in particular: a) the levels of impoundment - minimum impoundment level, minimum energy level, normal impoundment level, maximum impoundment level, exceptional impoundment level, maximum navigable level and normal navigable level and their duration, b) the height of water accumulation, c) flows - mean low multi-year flow, guaranteed flow, inviolable flow, permitted flow, flood flow, disaster flow, advance flow, lowest navigable flow and highest navigable flow, d) the permissible rates of decrease and increase of water levels at the upper and lower stations, e) the maximum capacity of the water facility, f) the risks and conditions of water management that arise when the damming level falls below the minimum level of impoundment; 5) determination of water management under normal conditions of use; 6) defining a course of action during floods; 7) to determine how to proceed during periods of ice phenomena; Official Journal - 4 - Item 1725 8) specifying the procedures to be followed in the event of an accident or cessation of the use of water specified in the water permit; 9) determining how to deal with drought conditions; 10) a list of measuring devices and a description of the measurement and observation network; 11) identification of the main activities related to water management and of the persons responsible for carrying them out; 12) a list of interacting establishments and positions of persons responsible for water management and their contact details; 13) definition of the method of notifying the operational centre for flood protection of the State Water Management Company Wody Polskie of the occurrence on a water device of hazardous phenomena resulting from hydrological and meteorological situation; 14) definition of the method of notification of the operational centre for flood protection of the State Water Management Company Wody Polskie, the commune, district and voivodeship crisis management teams and the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management - National Research Institute of water discharges above the permitted flow; in case there is no commune centre for crisis management, the commune head, mayor or the head of the city will be notified. 2.
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RR2016-Vol-IIIE.pdf RES907-1 RESOLUTION 907 (REV.WRC-15) Use of modern electronic means of communication for administrative correspondence related to advance publication, coordination and notification of satellite networks including that related to Appendices 30, 30A and 30B, earth stations and radio astronomy stations The World Radiocommunication Conference (Geneva, 2015), considering that the use of electronic means of communication for administrative correspondence related to advance publication, coordination and notification of satellite networks, earth stations and radio astronomy stations would facilitate the tasks of the Radiocommunication Bureau and of administrations and has the potential to improve the coordination and notification process by reducing the amount of duplicated correspondence, noting that Decision 5 (Rev. Busan, 2014) of the Plenipotentiary Conference includes, in its Annex 2, paragraph discontinue to the greatest extent possible communications by fax and traditional postal mail between the Union and Member States and replace it with modern electronic communication methods recognizing that administrations could use the time freed by a reduction of administrative correspondence to effect coordination, resolves 1 that modern electronic means of communication shall be used whenever possible in the administrative correspondence between administrations and the Radiocommunication Bureau related to the advance publication, coordination, notification and recording processes, including correspondence related to Appendices 30, 30A and 30B, for satellite networks, earth stations and radio astronomy stations; 2 the advance publication, coordination, notification and recording processes of satellite networks, earth stations and radio astronomy stations, including the provisions contained in Appendices 30, 30A and 30B, modern electronic means shall be used, to the greatest extent possible; 3 that other traditional means of communication shall continue to be used unless the administration informs the Bureau of its willingness to discontinue such use, RES907-2 RES instructs the Radiocommunication Bureau 1 to provide administrations with the necessary technical means to ensure that the modern electronic correspondence between administrations and the Radiocommunication Bureau is secure; 2 to inform administrations of the availability of such means and of the associated schedule of implementation; 3 to automatically acknowledge receipt of all electronic correspondence; 4 to report to the next world radiocommunication conference on the experience gained in the application of this Resolution, with a view to making any necessary consequential amendments to the Radio Regulations, urges administrations to use, to the extent possible, modern electronic means of communication in the administrative correspondence between themselves related to advance publication, coordination and notification of satellite networks, including that related to Appendices 30, 30A and 30B, and to earth stations and radio astronomy stations, recognizing that other means of communication may still be used if necessary (see also resolves 3).
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afaefafe Workshop in SG11 25 January 2006 Ministry of information technologies and communications of the Russian Federation International Telecommunication Union Central Research Telecommunication Institute of the Russian Federation Area responsibility and main item research ofArea responsibility and main item research of Q.8 Q.8 ““Protocol test specifications for NGNProtocol test specifications for NGN”” SG11 ITUSG11 ITU--TT Denis Andreev Dmitry Tarasov Editor of Q.8 WP3/11 Rapporteur of Q.8 WP3/11 TELECOMMUNICATION ADMINISTRATION OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION Workshop in SG11 25 January 2006 Page - 2 Q.8 Q.8 ““Protocol test specifications for NGNProtocol test specifications for NGN”” GoalGoal To develop a complex of methods for testing the NGN technical meTo develop a complex of methods for testing the NGN technical means ans and a creation of model networks for their testing become currenand a creation of model networks for their testing become current t importance issues.importance issues. 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Document 95Document 95--E Draft Question H/11Question H/11 E Draft Question H/11Question H/11 –– Protocol Test Protocol Test Specifications for NGNSpecifications for NGN Area responsibilityArea responsibility Workshop in SG11 25 January 2006 Page - 3 Q.8 Q.8 ““Protocol test specifications for NGNProtocol test specifications for NGN”” TerminologyTerminology Model network — a network which simulates the capabilities similar to those available in present telecommunication networks, has a similar architecture and functionality and uses the same telecommunication technical means* NGN Technical means — the NGN basic equipment which serves as a basis for building New Generation Network solutions, including for application in public telecommunication networks* * Q.tt1 “Methods of testing and model network architecture for NGN technical means testing as applied to public telecommunication networks” Workshop in SG11 25 January 2006 Page - 4 Q.8 Q.8 ““Protocol test specifications for NGNProtocol test specifications for NGN”” QQ..tttt11 NGN technical means testing methods as applied to NGN technologiNGN technical means testing methods as applied to NGN technologies es for Public Switched Telecommunication Networks (PSTN)for Public Switched Telecommunication Networks (PSTN) QQ..tttt22 Model network architecture for NGN technical means testing as Model network architecture for NGN technical means testing as applied to NGN technologies for PSTN networksapplied to NGN technologies for PSTN networks Q.tt3Q.tt3 Integral testing. 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Tests and services' distribution for NGN technical nical means testing in the model and operator networksmeans testing in the model and operator networks QQ..tttt44 Parameters to be monitored in the process of operation when Parameters to be monitored in the process of operation when introducing NGN in PSTNintroducing NGN in PSTN Q.tt5 Q.tt5 Formalized presentation of testing resultsFormalized presentation of testing results QQ..tttt66 Handbook on NGN technical means testing as applied to NGN Handbook on NGN technical means testing as applied to NGN technologies to be introduced on PSTN networkstechnologies to be introduced on PSTN networks Set of proposed Recommendations to create under Q.8Set of proposed Recommendations to create under Q.8 Workshop in SG11 25 January 2006 Page - 5 Q.8 Q.8 ““Protocol test specifications for NGNProtocol test specifications for NGN”” Classification of main functions and services to be checked during testing of NGN technical means used in public telecommunication networks Classification of NGN Technical Means Used in Public Networks Classification of functions to be tested Conformance of the Functionality under Test to NGN Technical Means Used in Public Networks Testing methods Model Networks EUT and NUT Testing Using Model Networks Types of model networks and their applicability for testing Basic architecture of model network Architecture of distributed model network Architecture of regional model network Requirements for EUT and NUT testing by means of model telecommunication networks Model network configuration for the testing of different (basic and additional) service types Model network configuration for EUT testing Model network configuration for NUT testing ContentsContents Q.tt1Q.tt1““METHODS OF TESTING AND MODEL NETWORK ARCHITECTURE FOR NGN TECHNIMETHODS OF TESTING AND MODEL NETWORK ARCHITECTURE FOR NGN TECHNICAL CAL MEANS TESTING AS APPLIED TO PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKSMEANS TESTING AS APPLIED TO PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKS”” Workshop in SG11 25 January 2006 Page - 6 Q.8 Q.8 ““Protocol test specifications for NGNProtocol test specifications for NGN”” Statistics of Q.8 WP3/11 MeetingsStatistics of Q.8 WP3/11 Meetings Date/Place Item Results 1st December 04/Geneva May 05/Geneva September 05/Geneva January 06/Geneva The list of proposed recommendation Q.tt1- Q.tt6 The list was approved Q.tt1-Q.tt2 was combined into one 2nd The 1-st version of Q.tt1 The draft of Q.tt1 was discussed 3rd Definitions to draft Q.tt1 Definitions will be add to Q.tt1 4th The 2-nd version of Q.tt1 In process Workshop in SG11 25 January 2006 Page - 7 Q.8 Q.8 ““Protocol test specifications for NGNProtocol test specifications for NGN”” The main aim of Q.8 WP3/11The main aim of Q.8 WP3/11 Combination and aggregation work of development standards and recommendations devoted to NGN technical means testing Q.8 WP3/11 ETSI 3GPP NGN-GSI Workshop in SG11 25 January 2006 Page - 8 Q.8 Q.8 ““Protocol test specifications for NGNProtocol test specifications for NGN”” Huawei Quidway 3600 MGW Alcatel 7515 GK Huawei Quidway 3600 Huawei Quidway 3600 Huawei Quidway 3600 SI-2000 S-12 ECI XDM-2000 ECI XDM-2000 ECI XDM-2000 ECI XDM-2000 MGW Alcatel 7515 MGC Alcatel 5020 Radionet RN 700 Radionet RN 700 Radionet RN 800 Radionet RN 820 Wi-Fi, WiMAX Wi-Fi Wi-Fi xDSL HE CPE PLC Sumitoma SDH Layer PSTN Layer IP Layer Access Layer NGN Layer Example: Example: TechnoparkTechnopark ZNIIS model network (Fragment)ZNIIS model network (Fragment) Workshop in SG11 25 January 2006 Page - 9 Q.8 Q.8 ““Protocol test specifications for NGNProtocol test specifications for NGN”” Thank you for your attention Dmitry Tarasov Rapporteur of Q.8 WP3/11 Tel: +7-095-368-9311 Fax: +7-095-368-9105 Email: dtarasov@zniis.ru Denis Andreev Editor of Q.8 WP3/11 Tel: +7-495-368-8745 Fax: +7-495-306-3958 Email: andreevd@zniis.ru cc: andreevd@ties.itu.int Area responsibility and main item research ofQ.8 “Protocol test specifications for NGN”SG11 ITU-T Statistics of Q.8 WP3/11 Meetings Thank you for your attention
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Ljubisa Beara DECISION THE DEPUTY REGISTRAR , CONSIDERING the Statute of the Tribunal as adopted by the Security Council under Resolution 827 (1993), and in particular Article 21 thereof; CONSIDERING the Rules of Procedure and Evidence as adopted by the Tribunal on 11 February 1994, as subsequently amended ("Rules"), and in particular Rule 45 thereof; CONSIDERING the Directive on Assignment of Defence Counsel, as adopted by the Tribunal on 28 July 1994, as subsequently amended ("Directive"), and in particular, Articles 8, 10, 11(A) (ii) and 18 thereof; CONSIDERING that on 14 October 2004, Ljubiša Beara ("Accused") applied for Tribunal legal aid on the basis that he did not have sufficient means to remunerate counsel; CONSIDERING that on 28 October 2004, the Accused requested Mr John Ostojic, attorney at law from Chicago, to be assigned as his lead counsel; CONSIDERING that on that date the Registry had not yet assessed the Accused’s ability to remunerate counsel and that in order to ensure that the Accused’s right to counsel was not affected while it did so, the Deputy Registrar assigned Mr Ostojic as counsel to the Accused on 11 November 2004 for a period of 120 days pursuant to Article 11(B) of the Directive; CONSIDERING that the Registry has examined the information provided by the Accused in his declaration of means and has completed an inquiry into the Accused’s means pursuant to Article 10(A) of the Directive; CONSIDERING that the Accused has been given an opportunity to comment on the findings of the Registry’s inquiries into his means; CONSIDERING that pursuant to Article 8(B) of the Directive, the eligibility of an accused for legal aid shall be determined by taking into account "means of all kinds of which he has direct or indirect enjoyment or freely disposes, including but not limited to direct income, bank accounts, real or personal property, pensions, and stocks, bonds, or other assets held, but excluding any family or social benefits to which he may be entitled. In assessing such means, account shall also be taken of the means of the spouse of a suspect or accused, as well as those of persons with whom he habitually resides. Account may also be taken of the apparent lifestyle of a suspect or accused, and of his enjoyment of any property, movable or immovable, and whether or not he derives income from it"; CONSIDERING that the Registry determines the eligibility of an accused for legal aid in accordance with Article 8 of the Directive and the "Registry Policy for Determining the Extent to which a Suspect or an Accused is able to Remunerate Counsel" ("Registry Policy") which is attached as Appendix II to this Decision; NOTING that under the Registry Policy, the Registry first determines an applicant for legal aid’s disposable means and then deducts the estimated living expenses of his family and dependents during the estimated period in which the applicant will require representation before the International Tribunal from his disposable means, the amount remaining being the contribution to be made by the applicant to the costs of his defence; 1 CONSIDERING that the Accused’s principal place of residence is not owned by him and is therefore not included in his disposable means ; 2 CONSIDERING that the Accused’s spouse owns an apartment in which the Accused has no property interest and which is therefore not included in his disposable means; 3 CONSIDERING that the Accused and his spouse receive monthly pensions and that the Accused receives financial assistance from the Government of Serbia and Montenegro (together "Incomes"); 4 CONSIDERING that under the marital property regime of Serbia and Montenegro, the pension of the Accused’s spouse constitutes marital property, owned jointly by the Accused and his spouse, and may thus be considered for the purposes of calculating the Accused’s disposable means; 5 NOTING that according to the Registry Policy, the Registry includes in an applicant’s disposable means the income of the applicant, his spouse and the persons with whom he habitually resides and that such income is calculated on the basis that it will continue to be received from the date on which the Registry files its decision on the extent to which an applicant is able to remunerate counsel until the conclusion of the estimated period in which the applicant will require representation before the International Tribunal; 6 CONSIDERING that the above-mentioned Incomes are included in the Accused’s disposable means on this basis; 7 CONSIDERING that in determining the extent to which an applicant for legal aid is able to remunerate counsel, the Registry applies the formula in Section 11 of the Registry Policy, which reads: DM – ELE = C Where: DM represents an applicant’s disposable means as calculated under Sections 5-8 of the Registry Policy ELE represents the estimated living expenses of an applicant, his spouse, his dependants and the persons with whom he habitually resides as calculated under Section 10 of the Registry Policy C represents the contribution to be made by an applicant to his defence CONSIDERING that by applying the formula DM - ELE = C, the Accused’s contribution is US$ 15,813 and that as such he is partially able to remunerate counsel; 8 NOTING that as of today’s date, the costs of the Accused’s defence before the International Tribunal at the pre-trial stage (excluding the costs of necessary travel and Daily Subsistence Allowances) are estimated at US$ 274,606; NOTING that as of today’s date, it is not possible to accurately estimate the costs of the Accused’s defence before the International Tribunal at the trial stage; DECIDES in light of the foregoing and in accordance with Article 11(A)(ii) of the Directive that the Accused is partially eligible for legal aid and that he shall contribute US$ 15,813 to the costs of his defence before the International Tribunal; DECIDES that with the exception of the Accused’s contribution of US$ 15,813, the expenses referred to in Articles 22, 26 and 27 of the Directive shall be borne by the International Tribunal; DECIDES without prejudice to Article 18 of the Directive and pursuant to Article 11(A)(i) of the Directive to assign Mr John Ostojic as counsel to the Accused permanently, effective as of 10 March 2005; INFORMS the Accused and his counsel that the Accused’s contribution of US$ 15,813 will be deducted from legal aid allotments paid to his defence team on a pro rata basis, with US$ 7,306.50 being deducted at the pre-trial stage and US$ 7,306.50 being deducted at the trial stage. ______________ John Hocking Deputy Registrar Dated this 18th day of April 2005 At The Hague The Netherlands 1.
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• PM2.5 and PM10: annual mean and a 24‐hour mean • SO2: 24‐hour mean and a 10‐minute mean  • NO2: annual mean and a 1‐hour mean • For O3 an 8 hour mean WHO: 24-hour mean <> daily average limit value;only used for PM and SO2 WHO: only used for PM and NO2 10/25/2019 4 STATISTICS A. Better consideration of WHO guidelines in our metadata by adding the following: • PM2.5 as pollutant • 24h-mean limit value of PM2.5, PM10 and SO2 • 8h-mean limit value of O3 • 10 min. mean limit value of SO2 • 1h-mean limit value of NO2 • Annual mean concentrations of PM2.5, PM10 and NO2 B. Related SDG indicators • 3.9.1 – Mortality rate attributed to household and ambient air pollution (tier I) • 11.6.2 – Annual mean levels of fine particulate matter (i.e. PM2.5 and PM10) in cities (population weighted) (tier I): Both SDG indicators are calculated by WHO based on national monitoring data, remote sensing, population estimates, exposure etc..
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The right to freedom of the press means that harassment of journalists is strictly prohibited under article 19 of the Covenant. (...) This also means that the freedom of expression has an individual as well as a social dimension both of which must be guaranteed simultaneously. (...) Freedom of expression under article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights Facilitator’s Guide Chapter 12 Computer slide No. 73 What it means IX News reporting based on interviews, whether edited or not, constitutes one of the most important means whereby the press is able to play its vital role of public watchdog.
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Rooms 2 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Opening -Election of officials -Adoption of the agenda and organization of work -Reports on inter-sessional meetings - General Statements on overall review (Immediately following reporting on inter-sessional events) No Activities Thematic Discussions: - Rural Development Along with cross- cutting issues and means of implementation Regional discussions: - Asia and the Pacific (10:00-11:30) - L American and the Caribbean (11:30 am - 1:00 pm) Thematic Discussions: - Agriculture and Rural Development Along with cross- cutting issues and means of implementation Thematic Discussions: - Drought Along with cross- cutting issues and means of implementation Thematic Discussions: - Land Along with cross- cutting issues and means of implementation . Thematic Discussions: - Drought and Desertification Along with cross- cutting issues and means of implementation Thematic Discussions: - Africa Along with cross- cutting issues and means of implementation Thematic Discussions: Inter-linkages and all cross- cutting issues Conf. (...) Rooms 2 Regional discussions: ECE region (3:00-4:30) Thematic Discussions: Inter-linkages and all cross- cutting issues 3.00 pm - 6:00 pm Thematic Discussions: - Agriculture Along with cross-cutting issues and means of implementation Regional discussions: - Africa (3:00-4:30) - West Asia (4:30 -6:00) Thematic Discussions: - Agriculture and Rural Development Along with cross- cutting issues and means of implementation Dialogue with Major Groups (4:30 -6:00) Thematic Discussions: - Land Along with cross- cutting issues and means of implementation Thematic Discussions: - Desertification Along with cross- cutting issues and means of implementation Thematic Discussions: - Africa Along with cross- cutting issues and means of implementation Thematic Discussions: - Drought and Desertification Along with cross- cutting issues and means of implementation Thematic Discussions: - Africa Along with cross- cutting issues and means of implementation Dialogue with Major Groups and Representatives of Partnership Initiatives (4:30 -6:00) 2 HIGH -LEVEL SEGMENT Monday 12 May 2008 (Parallel Session) Tuesday 13 May 2008 Wednesday 14 May 2008 Thursday 15 May 2008 Friday 16 May 2008 Conference Room 6 Conference Room 6 Conference Room 6 Closed Ministerial meeting/Straight Talk Introductory session Closed Ministerial meeting/Straight Talk with UN System Closed Ministerial meeting/Straight talk Summing Up 8.30 Conf Room 4 Conf Room 2 Conf Room 4 CONFERENCE ROOM 4 CONFERENCE ROOM 4 CONFERENCE ROOM 4 10:00 1:00 SIDS Day 9:00 am- 12:00 pm Review of CSD-13 Water and Sanitation Decisions 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Review of CSD-13 Water and Sanitation Decisions Official Opening (GA Hall) Opening statement: • Opening address by Secretary- General Ban Ki-moon 10:30 The Way Forward Interactive discussions/ Official statements Interactive discussion with UN organizations, Regional Commissions, specialized agencies and Bretton Woods institutions 11:30 Interactive discussions with Major Groups The Way Forward Interactive discussions / Official statements 3:00 Review of CSD-13 Water and Sanitation Decisions The Way Forward Interactive discussions/ Official statements 4:30 6:00 SIDS Day Review of CSD-13 Water and Sanitation Decisions Distribution of the Chairman’s Summary Part I at 4:30 pm 5:30 pm Introduce Chairman’s Summary Part I; Delegates to make factual comments 4:00 pm Two Parallel Roundtables: Roundtable 1 (Conf.
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In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires: "bay" means an indentation of the coast such that its area is not less than that of the semicircle whose diameter is a line drawn across the mouth of the indentation; and for the purposes of this definition the area of an indentation shall be taken to be the area bounded by the low-water mark around the shore of the indentation and the straight line joining the low-water marks of its natural entrance points; and where, because of the presence of islands, an indentation has more than one mouth the length of the diameter of the semi-circle referred to shall be the sum of the lengths of the straight lines drawn across each of the mouths; and in calculating the area of an indentation the area of any islands lying within it shall be treated as part of the area of the indentation; "island" means a naturally formed area of land which is surrounded by and is above water at mean high-water spring tides; "Government" means the Government of Western Samoa; "low-water mark" has the meaning assigned thereto by section 8 of this Act; "low-tide elevation" means a naturally formed area of land which is surrounded by and is above water at mean low-water spring tides but is submerged at mean high-water spring tides; "nautical mile" means the international nautical mile of 6,080 feet; "Western Samoa" means the Independent State of Western Samoa. (...) Bed of territorial sea and internal waters vested in Western Samoa 7. (1) For the purposes of this section, the term "high-water mark" means the line of median high tide between the spring and neap tides. (2) Subject to the grant of any estate or interest therein (whether by or pursuant to the provisions of any enactment or otherwise, and whether made before or after the commencement of this Act), the seabed and subsoil of submarine areas bounded on the landward side by the high-water mark along the coast of Western Samoa including the coast of all islands, and on the seaward side by the outer limits of the territorial sea of Western Samoa shall be deemed to be and always to have been public land vested in Western Samoa. Official charts 8. (1) For the purposes of this Act, the low-water mark in any specified area shall be the line of low water at mean low-water spring tides as depicted on the largest-scale nautical chart of that area produced by any authority and for the time being held and used by the Government. (2) In any proceedings in any Court, a certificate purporting to be signed by the Director of Lands or by a Harbour-master of the Marine Department that any specified nautical chart or any area is the largest scale nautical chart of that area produced by any authority and for the time being held and used by the Government shall be admissible as evidence of the matters stated in the certificate. (3) Every person signing any such certificate shall, in the absence of proof to the contrary, be presumed to be duly authorized to sign it.
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Ships and aircraft within the Customs territory and other means of transport operating between the Customs territory and points abroad, as well as means of transport carrying uncleared goods, shall be subject to inspection by the Customs. (...) The Minister of Finance may dispense specific categories of aircraft from this requirement in accordance with conditions laid down in detail. 4. The operators of means of transport shall be obliged to provide orally and in writing such information concerning the means of transport, the crew, the passengers, the cargo, etc., as may be necessary for carrying out the inspection and to show and open or uncover all means of access to the cargo, hold and store-rooms. 5. Operators of means of transport shall report to the Customs upon arrival in and before departure from the Customs territory.
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Score: 498744.3 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...TIES/PDFFILES/DNK_1972_Act.pdf
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VESELIN SLJIVANCANIN __________________________________________________________ REVISED DECISION OF THE REGISTRY ON THE EXTENT TO WHICH THE ACCUSED IS ABLE TO REMUNERATE COUNSEL ___________________________________________________________ Counsel for the Prosecutor: Jan Wubben Counsel for the defence: Mr Novak Lukic and Mr Momcilo Bulatovic for Veselin Sljivancanin DECISION THE DEPUTY REGISTRAR , CONSIDERING the Statute of the Tribunal as adopted by the Security Council under Resolution 827 (1993), and in particular Article 21 thereof; CONSIDERING the Rules of Procedure and Evidence (hereinafter “Rules”) as adopted by the Tribunal on 11 February 1994, as subsequently amended, and in particular Rules 44 and 45 thereof; CONSIDERING the Directive on Assignment of Defence Counsel (hereinafter “ Directive”), as adopted by the Tribunal on 28 July 1994, as subsequently amended, and in particular, Articles 8, 10, 11(A) (ii) and 18 thereof; CONSIDERING that on 7 July 2003, Veselin Sljivancanin (hereinafter “Accused ”) submitted a declaration of means to the Registry, claiming legal aid on the basis that he did not have sufficient means to remunerate counsel; CONSIDERING that on 23 September 2003, the Accused requested that Mr Novak Lukic, attorney at law from Belgrade, be assigned as his counsel; CONSIDERING that on the same date, Mr Lukic requested that Mr Momcilo Bulatovic, attorney at law from Belgrade, be assigned as co-counsel to the Accused; NOTING the decisions of the Registrar dated 29 September 2003 temporarily assigning Mr Lukic as lead counsel and Mr Bulatovic as co-counsel to the Accused for a period of 60 days pending the determination of the Accused’s financial status, and the decision of the Deputy Registrar dated 8 December 2003 extending these assignments until 31 January 2004; CONSIDERING the information provided by the Accused in his declaration of means and the evidence gathered by the Registry during an inquiry into the Accused’s means pursuant to Article 10(A) of the Directive; CONSIDERING that according to Article 8 (b) of the Directive, the eligibility of an accused for legal aid shall be determined by taking into account “means of all kinds of which he has direct or indirect enjoyment or freely disposes, including but not limited to direct income, bank accounts, real or personal property, pensions, and stocks, bonds, or other assets held, but excluding any family or social benefits to which he may be entitled. In assessing such means, account shall also be taken of the means of the spouse of a suspect or accused, as well as those of persons with whom he habitually resides. […] Account may also be taken of the apparent lifestyle of a suspect or accused, and of his enjoyment of any property, movable or immovable, and whether or not he derives income from it.” (...) Mile Mrksic, Miroslav Radic, Veselin Sljivancanin; CONSIDERING that on 20 April 2004 the Registry filed a request for a fourteen (14) day extension of time within which to file either the Registry Submission as requested by the Chamber or a new decision declaring the Accused fully indigent for the purposes of granting legal aid and that the Trial Chamber duly granted the requested extension of time; CONSIDERING that the Registry has recently re-examined its policy for determining the eligibility of an accused for legal aid and formulated a “Policy for Determining the Extent to which a Suspect or an Accused is able to Remunerate Counsel” (hereinafter “Registry Policy”), appended to this Decision; 1 NOTING that according to the Registry Policy, the Registry deducts from an applicant’s disposable means the estimated living expenses of his family and dependents during the estimated period in which the applicant will require representation before the International Tribunal, the amount remaining being the contribution to be made by the applicant to his defence; 2 CONSIDERING that the Accused has a wife, (hereinafter “Accused’s spouse”), and three children living at home: a nineteen-year-old son and two daughters aged twenty-three and twenty-six (hereinafter “children with whom the Accused habitually resides”); CONSIDERING that the Accused owns an apartment in Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro (hereinafter “principal family home”) 3 ; NOTING that according to the Registry Policy, the Registry includes in an applicant’s disposable means the equity in the principal family home to the extent that the principal family home exceeds the reasonable needs of the applicant, his spouse and the persons with whom he habitually resides; 4 CONSIDERING that the Accused’s principal family home does not exceed the reasonable needs of the Accused, his spouse and the children with whom he habitually resides, and therefore is not included in the Accused’s disposable means; 5 NOTING that according to the Registry Policy, the Registry excludes from an applicant’s disposable means the equity in furnishings in the principal family home unless those furnishings exceed the reasonable needs of the applicant, his spouse and the persons with whom he habitually resides; 6 CONSIDERING that the furnishings in the Accused’s principal family home do not exceed the reasonable needs of the Accused, his spouse and the children with whom he habitually resides and are therefore not included in the Accused’s disposable means; 7 CONSIDERING that the Accused has a half-share of a house and adjacent land in Zabljak, Montenegro (hereinafter “property in Zabljak”) 8 ; CONSIDERING that according to the Registry policy, the Registry includes in an applicant’s disposable means the equity in any real estate other than the principal family home 9 ; CONSIDERING that the Accused’s half share of the property in Zabljak is included in the Accused’s disposable means 10 ; CONSIDERING that the Accused’s twenty-six-year-old daughter owns a 1990 Toyota Corolla, (hereinafter “principal family vehicle”) 11 ; NOTING that according to the Registry Policy, the Registry excludes from an applicant’s disposable means the equity in the principal family vehicle to the extent that the principal family vehicle is reasonably necessary for the applicant, his spouse and the persons with whom he habitually resides; 12 CONSIDERING that the Accused’s principal family vehicle does not exceed the reasonable needs of the Accused, his spouse and the children with whom he habitually resides and is therefore not included in the Accused’s disposable means 13 ; CONSIDERING that the Accused receives a monthly pension 14 ; CONSIDERING that the Accused’s spouse receives a monthly salary 15 ; CONSIDERING that under the marital property regime of Serbia and Montenegro, the salary of the Accused’s spouse constitutes marital property, owned jointly by the Accused and his spouse, and may thus be considered for the purposes of calculating the Accused’s disposable means; 16 NOTING that according to the Registry Policy, the Registry includes in an applicant’s disposable means, income of the applicant, his spouse and the persons with whom he habitually resides and that such income is calculated on the basis that it will continue to be received from the date the Registry files its decision on the extent to which an applicant is able to remunerate counsel until the conclusion of the estimated period in which the applicant will require representation before the International Tribunal; 17 CONSIDERING that the income expected to be received by the Accused and his spouse from 30 January 2004, when the Registry filed its Decision on the extent to which the Accused is able to remunerate counsel until the conclusion of the estimated period in which the applicant will require representation before the International Tribunal is included in the Appellant’s disposable means; 18 CONSIDERING that in determining the extent to which an applicant is able to remunerate counsel, the Registry shall apply the formula in Section 11 of the Registry Policy, which reads: DM – ELE = C Where: DM represents an applicant’s disposable means as calculated under Sections 5-8 of the Registry Policy ELE represents the estimated living expenses of an applicant, his spouse, his dependants and the persons with whom he habitually resides as calculated under Section 10 of the Registry Policy C represents the contribution to be made by an applicant to his defence CONSIDERING that in applying the formula DM – ELE = C, the Accused’s contribution is de minimis and that the Registry retains discretion under Article 8 of the Directive not to require the Accused to contribute such a sum to his defence; 19 AFFIRMS without prejudice to Article 18 of the Directive, the Registry Decision to the extent that it confirms the assignment of Mr Lukic as lead counsel to the Accused and the assignment of Mr Bulatovic as co-counsel, and under the conditions laid down in the decision of his assignment dated 29 September 2003; DECIDES in light of the foregoing and in accordance with article 11(A)(ii ) of the Directive, that the Accused is unable to remunerate counsel. _________ David Tolbert Deputy Registrar Dated this 4th day of May 2004 At The Hague The Netherlands 1 - Policy for Determining the Extent to which a Suspect or an Accused is able to Remunerate Counsel, (Appendix II) Sections 2 - Appendix II 2, 11, 12 3 - Appendix I, paragraph 7 4 - Appendix II, Section 5 (a) 5 - Appendix I, paragraph 9 6 - Appendix II, Section 5 (b) 7 - Appendix I, paragraph 13 8 - Appendix I, paragraph 15 9 - Appendix II, Section 5 (e) 10 - Appendix I, paragraph 16 11 - Appendix I, paragraph 18 12 - Appendix II, Section 5 (c) 13 - Appendix I, paragraph 23 14 - Appendix I, paragraph 25 15 - Appendix I, paragraph 26 16 - Appendix I, paragraph 27. 17 - Appendix II, Section 7 18 - Appendix I, paragraph 32 19 - Appendix I, paragraph 37
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Score: 498414.26 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/mrksic/tdec/en/040504.htm
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