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WHO | Mauritius accedes to the Protocol: Just one Party missing for its entry into force Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Navigation Home Convention Protocol Secretariat Treaty instruments Coordination platform Reporting Media centre Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu News stories Previous years Press releases Media briefings Events Past events Videos Mauritius accedes to the Protocol: Just one Party missing for its entry into force Convention Secretariat 27 June 2018 - With Mauritius’ accession yesterday, 26 June 2018, the Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products is now just one Party away from its entry into force on time to convene the first session of the Meeting of the Parties to the Protocol (MOP1) from 8 to 10 October 2018 in Geneva. (...) In other words, the next Party joining the Protocol will allow history to be written. (...) Related links Protocol home page Ratification MOP1 The Protocol Protocol news Protocol and MOP1 news Togo, a new Party to the Protocol You are here: WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control Quick Links Resources Contacts Employment Sitemap Convention Protocol Secretariat Treaty Instruments Coordination Platform Reporting Media Centre Index Topics © WHO 2022
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Score: 743010.35 - https://www.who.int/fctc/media...-protocol-just-one-missing/en/
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(b) The party instituting the proceedings shall appoint two conciliators to be chosen preferably from the list referred to in article 2 of this Annex, one of whom may be its national, unless the parties otherwise agree. (...) If the appointments are not made within that period, the party instituting the proceedings may, within one week of the expiration of that period, either terminate the proceedings by notification addressed to the other party or request the Secretary-General of the United Nations to make the appointments in accordance with subparagraph (e). (...) Article 8 Termination The conciliation proceedings are terminated when a settlement has been reached, when the parties have accepted or one party has rejected the recommendations of the report by written notification addressed to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, or when a period of three months has expired from the date of transmission of the report to the parties.
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Score: 742967.43 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/c...ements/texts/unclos/annex5.htm
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The Party/the Parties taking the initiative, without the consent of the other Parties, to reveal the existence of the present document, will bear the consequences. 12. (...) NON-RENUNCIATION OF BENEFITS The partial or total lack of exercising any one of the agreements resulting from this contract by one of the Parties does not imply renouncing the benefits of this right or of any other right resulting from the present Agreement in the future. 15. SUCCESSORS The arrangements of the present Agreement will benefit and apply to the heirs, successors and entitled parties of the undersigned. The legal representatives, successors, heirs and entitled parties of the undersigned are jointly held to respect the present Agreement.
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Score: 742901.37 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de..._Shareholders__Agreement_0.pdf
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[ISO 17000] declaration : first-party attestation. [ISO 17000] designating body : means a body appointed by a Party, with responsibility to identify and monitor testing laboratories and/or certification bodies. (...) [WTO] multilateral arrangement : arrangement whereby more than two parties recognize or accept one another's conformity assessment results. (...) [ISO 17000] type approval : see approval. unilateral arrangement : arrangement whereby one party recognizes or accepts the conformity assessment results of another party.
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Score: 742770.56 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/24/T06240000010008MSWE.doc
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Sections on policy of the Compendium developed. One experts’ meeting to finalize the content of the new edition of the Compendium 0 354 500 354 500 (d) Strengthen capacity of Parties to report. (...) (a) Quarterly report on tobacco industry interference published on the web and disseminated to Parties 0 24 000 24 000 b) Provide training in coordination with Observatories to Parties’ designated experts on Article 5.3 (b) Contribute to three-five training sessions on Article 5.3 0 20 800 20 800 (c) Informal expert group to support the work of the Secretariat (c) One meeting of the informal expert group organized to discuss emerging issues related to tobacco industry interference 0 49 000 49 000 (d) Maintaining a list of experts on Article 5.3, who could be deployed to assist Parties, at their request (d) List updated and on-site and remote support provided to Parties, upon request 0 18 800 18 800 4.6 Support to Parties in Implementing Article 4.2 (c) and (d) (a) Provide training to Parties to strengthen Article 4.2 implementation (a) Include a session on gender in regional workshops 0 15 600 15 600 FCTC/COP/7/B/R/2 17 (b) Organize one global expert workshop and develop a toolkit on gender sensitive policies in the implementation of the WHO FCTC (b) One global expert workshop on gender and a toolkit developed 0 99 200 99 200 (c) Organize one global expert workshop and develop a toolkit with the participation of indigenous individuals and communities to promote the implementation of the treaty with culturally appropriate perspectives (c) One global expert workshop on indigenous populations and a toolkit developed 0 99 200 99 200 Subtotal Area of Work 4 0 1 577 050 1 577 050 5. (...) G4 (one post) 308 525 2. G2 (one post) 221 400 Subtotal (two posts) 529 925 Total (8 posts, including costs of two core posts at 20% + one core post at 75%) 3 830 528 Total 9 356 200 7 Indicative costs for core Convention Secretariat staff based on WHO’s latest available standard gross salary costs for 2016–2017; possible changes in 2018–2019 will be reflected once they become available in a revised staff cost breakdown to be communicated to the Parties by note verbale.
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Score: 742695.36 - https://www.who.int/fctc/cop/cop7/FCTC_COP_COMMITTEE_B_2.pdf
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In the case of an extraordinary meeting convened at the written request of a Party pursuant to article 17, paragraph 1, of the Convention or at the written request of the Bureau, it shall be convened not later than 90 days after the date on which the request is supported by at least one third of the Parties. (...) A majority of the Parties designated by the Meeting of the Parties to take part in the body shall constitute a quorum, but in the case of open-ended bodies, one quarter of the Parties shall constitute a quorum. (...) A roll call shall be taken if one is requested by any Party. It shall be taken in the English alphabetical order of the names of the Parties participating in the meeting of the Parties beginning with the Party whose name is drawn by lots by the Chairperson.
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Score: 742492.63 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...06/wat/ece.mp.wat.2006.1.e.pdf
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Should the permanent member not be able to participate, he/she shall be responsible for briefing the alternate member and facilitating his/her participation in a Committee’s session; (b) At their second meeting, the Parties elected four Parties to the Committee for two terms and four Parties for one term. (...) Submission by Parties 5. A submission may be brought before the Committee by: (a) One or more Parties to the Convention that have concerns about another Party’s compliance with its obligations under that instrument. (...) Any progress report from a Party requested by the Meeting of the Parties or by the Implementation Committee should be made available through the Convention website as soon as possible and at the latest within one month of receipt.
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Score: 742419.78 - https://unece.org/DAM/env/eia/...ns_procedures_rules.e_2014.pdf
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Should the permanent member not be able to participate, he/she shall be responsible for briefing the alternate member and facilitating his/her participation in a Committee’s session; (b) At their second meeting, the Parties elected four Parties to the Committee for two terms and four Parties for one term. (...) Submission by Parties 5. A submission may be brought before the Committee by: (a) One or more Parties to the Convention that have concerns about another Party’s compliance with its obligations under that instrument. (...) Any progress report from a Party requested by the Meeting of the Parties or by the Implementation Committee should be made available through the Convention website as soon as possible and at the latest within one month of receipt.
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Score: 742419.78 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...rocedures%20rules.e%202020.pdf
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The Party of origin shall furnish the affected Party, as appropriate through a joint body where one exists, with the environmental impact assessment documentation. (...) Article 12   RIGHT TO VOTE 1. Each Party to this Convention shall have one vote. 2. (...) The latter shall not be a national of one of the parties to the inquiry procedure, nor have his or her usual place of residence in the territory of one of these parties, nor be employed by any of them, nor have dealt with the matter in any other capacity. 3.
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Score: 742289.94 - https://unece.org/environment-...tal-assessment/text-convention
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The Party of origin shall furnish the affected Party, as appropriate through a joint body where one exists, with the environmental impact assessment documentation. (...) Article 12   RIGHT TO VOTE 1. Each Party to this Convention shall have one vote. 2. (...) The latter shall not be a national of one of the parties to the inquiry procedure, nor have his or her usual place of residence in the territory of one of these parties, nor be employed by any of them, nor have dealt with the matter in any other capacity. 3.
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Score: 742289.94 - https://unece.org/es/node/4214
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