About Instrument International Telecommunication Union Constitution And The Amendment Of The Instrument Of The International Telecommunication Union For The Amendment Of The Convention

Original Language Title: Par Instrumentu Starptautiskās telekomunikāciju savienības konstitūcijas grozīšanai un Instrumentu Starptautiskās telekomunikāciju savienības konvencijas grozīšanai

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The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: The Instrument of the International Telecommunication Union to amend the Constitution and instruments of the International Telecommunication Union to amend article 1 of the Convention. 24 November 2006-Instrument for the International Telecommunication Union for the amendment of the Constitution (constitutional amendments) and 24 November 2006, the Instrument of the International Telecommunication Union to amend the Convention (hereinafter referred to as the Convention) by this law is adopted and approved.
2. article. The constitutional amendments and the amendments to the Convention obligations are coordinated by the Ministry of transportation.
3. article. Amendments to the Constitution and the Convention, the amendment shall enter into force the International Telecommunication Union 52 and 55 of the Constitution within the time limit laid down in the article and in order, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall notify the newspaper "journal".
4. article. The law shall enter into force on the day following its promulgation. With the law put the constitutional amendment and the amendment to the Convention in English and their translation into Latvian language.
The Parliament adopted the law in 2010 on September 9.
President Valdis Zatlers in Riga 2010 V. 17 September the instrument AMENDING the CONSTITUTION OF the INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION (Geneva, 1992) as amended by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Kyoto, 1994), by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) and by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Marrakesh, 2002) (Amendments is adopted by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Antalya, 2006)) in the CONSTITUTION OF the INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION [*] (Geneva, 1992) AS the I-Foreword By virtue of and in implementation of the relevant provision of the Constitution of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva , 1992), as amended by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Kyoto, 1994), by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) and by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Marrakesh, 2002), in particular those in the article 55 thereof, the Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunication Union (Antalya, 2006) has adopted the following amendments to the Constitution: CS/art said the 11 CHAPTER I Basic Provision of article 11 General Secretariat add The Secretary-General by 73b shall act as the legal representative of the Union.
SUP * 76 CS/13 CHAPTER II By the radiocommunications Sector a. Article 13 the Radiocommunications Conference and the radiocommunications assemblies mod 90 PP-98 2. World Radiocommunications conferences shall normally be convened every three to four years; However, following the application of the relevant provision of the Convention, such a Conference need not be convened or an additional one may be convened.
MOD 91 PP-98 3. Radiocommunications assemblies shall also be convened normally every three to four years, and may be associated in place and time with world radiocommunications conferences so as to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Radiocommunications Sector. The radiocommunications assemblies shall provide the cessary technical bases for the work of the world Radiocommunications Conference and responds to all requests from the world Radiocommunications Conference. The duties of the assemblies with the specified radiocommunications in the Convention.
CS/With the Provision of CHAPTER 28 V Others Concerning the Functioning of the Union article 28 the finances of the Union 161C PP-98 2 mod) the Secretary-General shall inform the Member States and Sector members of the provisional amount of the contributory unit as determined under the. 16IB above and invite the Member States to notify, from later than four weeks prior to the date set for the opening of the plenipotentiary conference, the class of contributions they have provisionally chosen.
the PP-98 PP 161 mod-02 4) Bearing in mind the draft financial plan as revised, the plenipotentiary conference shall, as soon as possible, the definitive determin the upper limit of the amount of the contributory unit and set the date, which shall be at the latest on the Friday of the final week of the plenipotentiary conference, by which Member States, upon invitation by the Secretary-General , shall announce their definitive choice of class of contributions.
Article 29 languages) fashionable 171 1.1 the official languages of the Union shall be Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish.
Part II-the date of Entry into force of the amendments of the led in the present instrument shall, as a whole and in the form of one single instrument to enter into force on 1 January 2008 between Member States being at that time parties to the Constitution and the Convention of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992), and having deposited before that date their instrument of ratification acceptance or approval of, or accession to, the present amending the instrument.
In WITNESS WHEREOF, the respectiv plenipotentiar to have signed by the original of the present instrument amending the Constitution of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992) as amended by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Kyoto, 1994), by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) and by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Marrakesh, 2002).
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Jean-Baptiste Yao KOUMAN KOUAKO Alexis Felix NANIHI-KOFF, For the Republic of Croatia Drazhn Krf.so ANTONOVIC BREGLEC For Cuba Ramon Linares Torres Carlos Martinez-Crespo of ALBUERN Edgar Oramo For Denmark Hinrik KJAER Kirsten BUCK Lasse Home For the Dominican Republica GROENNING Claudia ACR For the Arab Republic of Egypt Amr is Hashem For the Republic of El Salvador Miguel Angel Vasquez GONZALEZ For the Sun by ALCAIN United Arab Emirates AL Abdulrid of AWADH in ASKER Tariq Aziz BAWAZEER For Ecuador Jose Vivanco Arias
German CELLER For Spain Luis Sanz GADE Blanca Gonzalez GONZALEZ Manuel Zaragoza MIFSUD For the Republic of Estonia of the NIRK For the tone of the United States of America by David a. gross Richard c. BEAIRD'S For the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia For the TESHOM of the mulatto Russian Federation Leonidas d. REIMAN For Finland Olli Mattila For France Gilles chouraqui For the Gabones Republic of ELANGMAN William MOUNGAL Clotair Stanislas LEKHOUY of OKOUM Jacques-Fabien EKHOG the NKWEL EDAN MBENGA Roger Yves to Jean-Jacques GRANDE MASSIMO-on For the LANDJ Republic of the Yankub of the dibba Gambi Yusuph TOUR of Omar NDOW Phoday SISAY Eboot.bin of p. CEESAY the Ebrim BANDEH For Georgia, Mikheil TSIKLAUR of GOTOSHI David For Ghana's For Greece Aggery NT Benjamin Niss BENMAYOR to Vassilis CASSAPOGLO For the Republic of Guatemala Oscar GUZMAN of Ibrahim Chincill of the Habib SOUAR Kendu TALL For the Republic of Guinea, Alpha Oumar SOW of Mamadou Diould of BALD Mohamed Abdoulaye Sylla is URK.EBE For the Republic of Equatorial Guinea For the Melchor EFU MOKUY-the Republic of Honduras Jose Miguel PAZ IZAGUIRR For the Republic of Hungary Ferenc HORVATH Peter may For the Republic of India Ashok Chandra Ashok KUMAR GARG P.K. R.N. JHA For the Republic of Indonesia For the Islamic BAIDIR of Ikhsan Republic of Iran Ahmad POURANGNI For the Republic of Iraq, Mohammed Salman AL-hamadany Weqar Ali ZEIN For Ireland For the Iceland JOHANNSSON Caoimhin SMITH For the State of Israel Moshe GALIL in a Carmll a Basso GLAZER For Italy For Jamaica j. Paul MORGAN For Japan For two Tomoyuk the Hashemit Kingdom of Jordan Ajram JAMAL-DENIAN For the Republic of Kenya is the Felix NDEM Bitang Mugabe John OMO For the State of Kuwait Hameed AL-MASOUD Saleh KHALAF ALQATTAN Hands For the Lao People's Democratic Republic DUBBED Phommathansy For the Republic of Latvia Raimonds Bergmanis For the Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Marwan HAMAD Abdul-be Munh YOUSSEF of Maurice GHAZAL For the Kingdom of Lesotho for the Tselis MOKEL

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For the Confederations of Switzerland Frederic RIEHL For the Republic of Suriname is Marjorie Sheila F.L. PURPERHAR RIESKIN For the Kingdom of Swaziland Thhmbayen a. Martin Dlamini DLAM1N For the Republic of Tanzania Richard e. MARIK, j. ore-MEDEY Goodluck» Elizabeth m. NZAG in August b. KOWER John s. NKOM Joseph s. KILONGOL For the Republic of Chad Haroun m. BADAOUY For PORNSUTE Chirap of the CHITRASWANG of Kraisorn Thailand For the Republic of Togoles of Essodessiw of the Massin PALOUK For Trinidad and Tobago PIKEL Gilliam-Shelley-Ann MAC1NTYR Clarke-Hinds
For Tunisia by Tayfun ACARER Ridh GUELLOUZ For Turkey For Ukraine Petro YATSUK For the Eastern Republic of Uruguay Juan Jose CAMEL-Osvaldo NOVOS the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela For the l. MACCA ADANA For the Socialist Republic of Place Name Quan Duy NGAN HA For the Republic of Yemen Abdullah a. LHAMAM, Omer Ali Mohammad a. AL-KHAW For the Republic of Zambia Peter Tembo For the Republic of Zimbabwe Paul NYON in the instrument AMENDING the CONVENTION OF the INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION (Geneva , 1992) as amended by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Kyoto, 1994), by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) and by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Marrakesh, 2002) (Amendments is adopted by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Antalya, 2006)) CONVENTION OF the INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION (Geneva, 1992) AS the I-Foreword By virtue of and in implementation of the relevant provision of the Convention of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992) , as amended by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Kyoto, 1994), by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) and by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Marrakesh, 2002), in particular those in article 42 thereof, the Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunication Union (Antalya, 2006) has adopted the following amendments to the said Convention: CV/With 2 CHAPTER I Functioning of the Union SECTION 1 article 2 elections and Related matters Elected official MOD 13 1 the Secretary-General , the Deputy Secretary-General and the Director of the Bureaux shall take up their duties on the dates determined by the Plenipotentiary Conference at the time of their election. They shall normally remain in Office until the data determined by the following of the plenipotentiary conference, and they shall be eligible for re-election once only for the same post. Re-election shall mean that it is possible for only a second term, the regardless_of of it is consecutive or not whethers.
Members of the radio regulations Board MOD 20 1 the members of the radio regulations Board shall take up their duties on the dates determined by the Plenipotentiary Conference at the time of their election. They shall remain in Office until the data determined by the following of the plenipotentiary conference, and shall be eligible for re election ¬ once only. Re-election shall mean that it is possible for only a second term, the regardless_of of it is consecutive or not whethers.
 CV/With 4 SECTION 2 article 4 the Council SUP PP-02 58 MOD 60B 9ter) Sector Members may attend, as observer, the Council, its meetingsof committees and its working groups, subject to the conditions established by the Council, including conditions relating to the number of such observer and the procedure for appointing them.
MOD 98-02 7 673 PP-PP) review and approve the biennial budget of the Union, and consider the budget forecast (included in the financial operating report prepared by the Secretary-General under 101 of this Convention From.) for the two-year period following a given budget period, taking account of the decision of the Plenipotentiary Conference in relations Between them. 50 of the Constitution and of the financial limits set by the Plenipotentiary Conference in accordanc with From. 51 of the Constitution; It shall ensur the strictes a possible economy but be mindful of the obligation upon the Union to achieve the satisfactory results as expeditiously as possible. In so doing, the Council shall take into account the allocation to be established by the Plenipotentiary Conference as expressed in the strategic plan for the Union, the views of the Coordination Committee as led in the report by the Secretary-General mentioned in the. 86 of this Convention and the financial operating report mentioned in From. 101 of this Conven tion ¬. The Council shall carry out an annual review of income and expen ditur ¬ with a view to effecting adjustments, where appropriate, in accor dance with ¬ resolution and decision of the Plenipotentiary Conference;
 CV/art. 5 MOD 80 PP-94 14) be responsible for effecting the coordination with all international organizations referred to in articles 49 and 50 of the Constitution and, to this end, on behalf of the conclud Union, provisional agreements with the international organizations referred to in article 50 of the Constitution and in Between. 269b and 269C of this Convention, and with the United Nations in the application of the agreement between the United Nations and the International Telecommunication Union; These provisional agreements shall be submitted to the Plenipotentiary Conference in accordanc with the relevant provision of article 8 of the Constitution;
Section 3 article 5 General Secretariat MOD 96 m) prepare recommendations for the first meeting of the heads of delegation referred to in From. 49 of the General rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union, taking into account the results of any regional consultation;
MOD 100 PP-98 q) after consultation with the Coordination Committee and making all possible economies to prepare and submit to the Council a draft biennial budget covering the expenditure of the Union, taking account of the financial limits laid down by the Plenipotentiary Conference. This draft shall be consis of a consolidated budget, including cost-based and results-based budget information for the Union, prepared in accordanc with the budget guidelines issued by the Secretary-General, and comprising two version. One version shall be for zero growth of the contributory unit, the other for a growth less than or equal to any limit fixed by the Plenipotentiary Conference, after any drawing on the reserve account. The budget resolution, after approval by the Council, shall be sent for information to all Member States;
CV/art. 6 PP 94-105 MOD

2 the Secretary-General or the Deputy Secretary-General may, in an advisory capacity participat in conferences of the Union; the Secretary-General or his representative may participat in an advisory capacity in all other meetings of the Union.
 Section 4 Article 6 Coordination Committee 111 PP-02 4 MOD (A) the report shall be made of the proceedings of the Coordination Committee and shall be made available to the Member States.
Section 5 the radiocommunications Sector article 12 the Radiocommunications Bureau MOD 178 PP-98 b) Exchange with Member States and Sector members data in machine-readabl and other forms, prepare and keep up to date any documents and databases of the Radiocommunications Sector, and with the Secretary arrang-General, as appropriate, for their publications in the languages of the Union, in accordanc with From. 172 of the Constitution;
  CV/With the Telecommunications Standardization Sector 15 SECTION 6 of article 15 Telecommunication Standardization Bureau 203 PP-98 d) FASHION Exchange with Member States and Sector members data in machine-readabl and other forms, prepare and not sharp, keep up to date cessary any documents and databases of the Telecom Sector, Standardization and arrang munication with the Secretary-General, as appropriate, for their publications in the languages of the Union, in accordanc with From. 172 of the Constitution;
SECTION 7 Telecommunication Development Sector article 16 Telecommunications Development Conference (a)) MOD 209 world telecommunication development conferences shall establish the work programme and guidelines for defining telecommunication development questions and allocation and shall provide direction and guidance for the work program of the Telecommunication Development Sector. They shall decide, in the light of the above-mentioned programme of work, on the need to maintain, terminate or establish study groups and allocate it to each of them the questions to be studied;
CV/art. 17 article 17 of the Telecommunication Development Advisory Group MOD 215C 1 the telecommunication development advisory group shall be open to representatives of the administration of Member States and representatives of Sector members and the chairmen and vice-chairmen of study groups and other groups, and will act through the Director.
Article 18 the Telecommunication Development Bureau MOD 220 c) Exchange with member data in a machine-readabl and other forms, prepare and not sharp, keep up to date cessary any documents and databases of the Telecommunication Development Sector, and with the Secretary arrang-General, as appropriate, for their publications in the languages of the Union, in accordanc with From. 172 of the Constitution;
Section 8 Provision Common to the three Sector article 19 Participation of Entities and organizations Other than Administration in the Union ' s activities (MOD) 235 5 Any request from any entity or organization listed in the From. 231 above (other than those referred to in Nos. 269B and 269C of the Paris Convention) to participat in the works of a Sector shall be sent to the Secretary-General and acted upon in accordanc with estab lished procedures by the Council.
CV/art. 21 (MOD) 236 6 Any request from an organization referred to in the Of. the 269D of this Convention 269b to participat in the works of a Sector shall be sent to the Secretary-General, and the organization concerned shall be included in the lists referred to in From. 237 below.
(MOD) 237 PP-98 7 the Secretary-General shall compile and maintain lists of all entities and organizations referred to in the Of. 229 to 231 and From. the 269D of this Convention 269b that authorized it to participat in the works of each Sector and shall, at appropriate intervals, either publish and distribute these lists to all Member States and Sector members concerned and to the Director of the Bureau concerned. That the Director shall advise such entities and organizations of the action taken on their requests, and shall inform the relevant Member States.
MOD 240 PP-98 10 Any Sector Members has the right to such participation by notifying denounc of the Secretary-General. Such participation may also be denounced, where appropriate, by the Member State concerned or, in the case of the Sector Members approved it from pursuan. 234C above, in accordanc with criteria and procedures determined by the Council. Such denunciation shall take effect at the end of six months from the date when notification is received by the Secretary-General.
 Article 21 recommendations from one Conference to Another (MOD) 252 2 Such recommendations shall be sent to the Secretary-General in good time for assembly, coordination and communication, as put down in the. 44 of the General rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union.
 CV/23 CHAPTER II With Specific Provision a. Regarding the Conference and assemblies article 23 PP-02 Admission the Plenipotentiary Conference (MOD) PP 269-94 PP-02 d) observer of the following organizations, agencies and entities, the participat in an advisory capacity: 269-PP-02 MOD e) observer from the Sector members referred to in the Of. 229 and 231 of this Convention.
Article 24 PP-02 Admission to the Radiocommunications Conference (MOD) 278 PP-02 b) observer of organizations and agencies referred to in From. 269 the 269D of this Convention, in an advisory capacity to participat;
279 PP MOD-02 c) observer of other international organizations invited in accordanc with the relevant provision of Chapter 1 of the General rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union, participat in an advisory capacity;
MOD 98 d) 280 PP-observer from Sector members of the Radiocommunicat in the Sector;
CV/art 25 article 25. PP-PP 98-02 Admission to World Telecommunications Standardization Radiocommunications assemblies, assemblies and Telecommunication development conferences ADD 296b b) representatives of Sector members concerned;
MOD 297 PP-02 c) observer, the participat in an advisory capacity, from: ADD a (i)) the 297b organizations and agencies referred to in From. 269 the 269D of this Convention;
SUP-SUP 298B (MOD) 298 298C PP-02) ii any other regional organization or other international organizations dealing with matters of interest to the assembly or Conference.
SUP SUP SUP 298F 298D-CV/With 298.33 CHAPTER IV Other Provision of article 33 MOD 468 PP-98 1 1 Finance) the scale from which each Member State, subject to the provision of the. 468 the below, and Sector Members, subject to the provision of the. 468B below, shall choose its class of contributions, in conformity with the relevant provision of article 28 of the Constitution, shall be as follows: 40 unit class 8 unit class 35 unit class 6 unit class 30 unit class 5 unit class 28 unit class 4 unit class 25 unit class 3 unit class 23 unit class 2 unit class 20 unit class 1 1/2 unit class 18 unit class 1 unit class 15 unit class 1/2 unit class 13 unit class 1/4 unit class 11 unit class 1/8 unit class 10 unit class 1/16 unit class MOD 94 476 PP-PP-PP 98-02 4 1) the organizations referred to in the Of. 269 to 269 of the Paris Convention and other organizations also specified in Chapter II thereof (unless a they have been exempted by the Council, subject to reciprocity) and Sector members referred to in the Of. 230 of this Convention which, in accordanc participat with the provision of this Convention, in a plenipotentiary conference, in a Conference, assembly or meeting of a Sector of the Union, or in a world conference on international telecommunications, shall share in defraying the expense of the conferences, assemblies and meetings in which they participat on the basis of the cost of these conferences and meetings and in accordanc with the Financial Regulations. Vertheles, not Sector Members will not be charged separately for their attendance at a Conference, assembly or meeting of their respectiv Sector, except in the case of the regional Radiocommunications Conference.
CV/art. 33 (MOD) 480 PP-98 5b) When a Sector Members to contribute defraying the expense of the Union under the. 159 of the Constitution, the Sector for which the contribution is made should be identified.
ADD 480B 5ter) Under exceptional circumstanc, the Council may (a) reduction in the authoriz number of contributory units when so requested by a Member which has established Sector that it can no longer maintain its contribution at the class originally chosen.
ANNEX Definition of Certain terms Used in the Convention and by the administrative regulations of the International Telecommunication Union (MOD) PP 94-98 PP-1002 Observer: A person sent by a Member State, organization, agency or entity to attend a Conference, assembly or meeting of the Union or of the Council, without the right to vote and in accordanc with the relevant provision of the basic texts of the Union.
Part II-the date of Entry into force of the amendments of the led in the present instrument shall, as a whole and in the form of one single instrument to enter into force on 1 January 2008 between Member States being at that time parties to the Constitution and the Convention of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992), and having deposited before that date their instrument of ratification acceptance or approval of, or accession to, the present amending the instrument.
In WITNESS WHEREOF, the respectiv plenipotentiar to have signed by the original of the present Convention to be amending the instnimen of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992) as amended by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Kyoto, 1994), by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) and by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Marrakesh, 2002).
Done at Antalya. 24 November 2006 [*] the language used in the basic instruments of the Union (the Constitution and the Convention) is to be considered as gender neutral.
The language used in the basic instruments of the Union (the Constitution and the Convention) is to be considered as gender neutral.

* Note by the General Secretariat: the signatures following the instrument amending the Convention (Geneva, 1992) as amended by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Kyoto. 1994). by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) and by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Marrakesh, 2002) with the same as those shown on pages 8 to 14.
 
 
Tool of the International Telecommunication Union for the amendment of the CONSTITUTION (Geneva, 1992) as amended by authorised representatives Conference (Kyoto, 1994), authorised representatives Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) and authorised representatives Conference (Marrakesh, 2002) (amendments adopted authorised representatives Conference (Antalya, 2006)) ____ ____ ____ ____ International Telecommunication Union Constitution (Geneva, 1992) (I). Preface on the basis of the relevant provisions of the International Telecommunication Union Constitution (Geneva, 1992), in which the authorised representatives, the Conference made the amendment to Kyoto in 1994, in 1998 in Minneapolis and in 2002 in Marrakesh, and these provisions, in particular article 55 of the Constitution already provided through the International Telecommunication Union authorised representatives Conference 2006 in Antalya has adopted the following amendments to that Constitution.
CS/article 11 Chapter I Basic provisions article 11 bis of the General Secretariat the Secretary-General of PAP 73 is the legal representative of the Union.
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CS/article 13 Chapter II radiocommunication sector article 13 Radio Conference and Radio Assembly GR PP-2 98 90 World Radiocommunication Conference is normally held every three or four years ago, however, after the application of the provisions of the Convention may not be necessary for such a Conference, or to carry additional conference.
GR PP-98 91.3. Radio Assembly also usually convened every three or four years, and to improve the efficiency of the sector, radio their location and time may be linked to the world radio communication conference space and time. Radio Assembly provides the necessary technical foundation for world radiocommunication conferences and responding to all requests, expressed to the world radiocommunications conferences. Radio Assembly tasks are specified in the Convention.
CS/article 28 of chapter V Other provisions relating to the functioning of the Union, article 28 of the EU finances the GR PP-98 161.2 C) the Secretary-General shall inform the Member States and sector members about investment unit size determined in accordance with the provisions of the above 16. (B) article, and calls on the Member States not later than four weeks before the opening of the Conference of the representatives of the authorized date to announce its contribution to the iepriekšizvēlēt class.
GR PP-PP 98-02 161.4 E) bearing in mind the revised financial perspective project, authorised representatives of the Conference as soon as possible to determine the maximum contribution in the final unit and date, not later than the Monday of the last week before the trustee meeting – to which the Member States shall, upon the invitation of the Secretary-General, communicate your final choice with respect to contributions to the class.
29. Article 171 1.1 GR) language the official languages of the EU are Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish.
PART II. The date of entry into force of the amendments contained in This instrument as a whole and single instrument shall enter into force on January 1, 2008, between those Member States that this day is the International Telecommunication Union Constitution and Convention (Geneva, 1992), the Member States and which are submitted to it, the deposit of instruments of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession.
_____ _____ _____ in witness whereof, the undersigned Plenipotentiaries have signed this instrument amending the original International Telecommunication Union Constitution (Geneva, 1992), which authorised representatives, the Conference amended in 1994, Kyoto, Minneapolis in 1998 and in 2002 in Marrakesh.
Antalya, 2006 24 November on behalf of Afghanistan, for the for Ajmal AYANAlbānij SATU HASSI of Baryal Republic-Ariana SINOIMER in the Democratic Republic of Algeria, on behalf of the ALLAOUAAmerik States of Sharp words, by David a. gross on behalf of Richard c. BEAIRDAndor-Jaume Salvat on behalf of FONTAngol-FARIAApvienot of the MARQUES DE Virgili Arab Emirates named Tariq AL-AWADH Abdulaziz BAWAZEERArgentīn, Abdulrid of the NETHERLANDS on behalf of the Republic – Sergio Antonio Ermest of CRIST1AN SCARABIN, Juan FERNANDEZ of BEGNIArmēnij Republic Facund name-Albert NALBANDIANAustrālij – on behalf of Colin Lawrence OLIVER Jason Campbell ASHURSTAustrij Government, Christian SINGER Susanna WOLFERAzerbaidžān – on behalf of the Republic of
Ali ABBASOV Ayaz Kingdom of BAYRAMOVBahrein-Bin Khalifa AL-KHALIFABaltkrievij S.M. in the Republic – Ivan RAKBangladeš 's Rout of the Republic of HAIDERBarbados of Rezakul Natalie Guido BURKEBeļģij of the Republic of POUILLONBenin-O ABOUBAKARBosnij, Boubakar. Chab and Herzegovina Zeljko KNEZEVICBotsvān – on behalf of the Republic of LEKAUKA of Mphoeng Cuthbert m. Oabits's TAMASIG's Tshoganets the KEPALETSW tebogo Tau is Aaron t. NYELESIBrazīlij on behalf of the Federal Republic of-Plini de AGUIAR'S Junior Joao Carlos Fagundes-ALBERNAZBrunej Darussalam on behalf of Mohd Hairul Daud ABDUL KARIMBulgārij Republic of the KANTCHEVBurkinafas name Petko Dimitar STANCHEV-Jacques a. LOUARIBurund of the Republic of name-Marie Goreth Kingdom of NIZIGAMAButān, Republic of CHHOEDACentrālāfrik Tenzin-Valeri GOURN-ZACK the IGAD Justin Chad Republic-Haroun M. Republic of BADAOUYČehij-VOPARILČīl in the name of, Zdenek Gonzalo Navarro Henrik CABRERADānij of Kirsten Lasse BAK Home GROENNINGDienvidāfrik KJAER's Republic – Lyndall f. SHOP-the Republic of MAFOLEDominikān-Claudia ACRAEkvador of Jose Vivanco Arias German CELLERIEkvatoriāl in the Republic of Guinea, the EFU MOKUY Melchor Ethiopia Democratic Republic-TESHOMEĒģipt Arab Republic of Mulatto of Amr HASHEMFrancij of the Gilles of CHOURAQUIFilipīn Republic-Ramon p. sales Ronald o. Solis Lorenzo G. FORMOSON, Jorge v. Republic of SARMIENTOGabon-William ELANGMAN-MOUNGAL Clotair Stanislas LEKHOUY of OKOUM Jacques-Fabien EKHOG the NKWEL EDAN MBENGA Roger Yves to Jean-Jacques GRANDE MASSIMO-LANDJIGambij Republic of the Yankub Yusuph dibba TOUR of Omar NDOW Phoday SISAY Eboot.bin of p. CEESAY in the BANDEHGan of the Ebrim Benjamin NTIMGrieķij of Aggery Niss BENMAYOR to Vassilis CASSAPOGLOUGruzij of the TSIKLAUR of the GOTOSHIAGvatemal Republic Mikheil David of Oscar GUZMAN of Ibrahim Chincill of the TALLGvinej of Kendu SOUAR Habib Republic – Alpha Oumar SOW of Mamadou Diould of BALD Mohamed Abdoulaye Sylla on behalf of the Republic of KEBEHonduras-Jose Miguel PAZ IZAGUIRREHorvātij Republic of the oANTONOVICIgaunij Republic of Kr BREGLEC Drazen of the Tone of the Republic of NIRKIndij-PO box Ashok Chandra Ashok KUMAR R.N. GARG JHAIndonēzij Republic of the BAIDIRUSIrāk Republic of Ikhsan – Mohammed Salman AL-HAMADANY Weqar Ali ZEINIrān, on behalf of the Islamic Republic of-Ahmad POURANGNIAItālij of BASSOIzraēl country name Carmelo-Moshe GALIL to LIAT in the name of Caoimhin GLAZERĪrij SMITHĪsland – in the name of the JOHANNSSONJamaik of the MORGANJapān of Paul Tomoyuk in the name of ABEJaunzēland-Ian Hutchings David KERSHAW on behalf of the Republic of Yemen, Abdullah a. LHAMAM, Omer Ali Mohammad a. AL-KHAWIJordānij in the Kingdom of Hašimīt-
AFR-DENIANKaboverd for JAMAL of the Republic of GOMESKambodž the Kingdom of David-LARKamerūn Republic of Narath, Ismail MOUCHIL, Jean Pierre of the BIYI BI ESSAMKanād of Bruce a. Gracie William r. GRAHAMKatar on behalf of the State, Mohammed AL-ANSARIKenij, on behalf of the Republic of the Felix NDEM Bitang Mugabe John OMOKipr Republic of the KOMODROMO of Antonis Georgios ANTONIADESKirgizstān – on behalf of the Republic of the Republic of NURMATOVKolumbij Baiysh-Joaquin CALDERONKomor the Franklin RESTREP Merchant Gabriel island on behalf of the Union, Ahmed ABDALLAH Mohamed Ali, on behalf of the Republic of ABDOUKong-Izangand of MUAND of Ndoy of Nyamb of Mamtob the TRUDON MEMETUDI Manikund of the KYAMAKOSAKong Republic of MUSAT Mutombo, on behalf of the Akoual Republic of AKOUALAKorej-Seong-Downey CA KANGKostarik – on behalf of Pedro Pablo Quiro in Republic of CORTESKotdivuār-Jean-Baptist KOUAKO of Yao KOUMAN NANIHIOKrievij KOFF of Alexis Felix Federation – Leonidas d. REIMANKub of Ramon Linares Torres Carlos Martinez ALBUERN is a CRESPOKuveit country Oramo Edgar name-Hameed AL-MASOUD Saleh ALQATTAN Hands KHALAFĶīn on behalf of the people's Republic of-Yonghong ZHAOLaos people's Democratic Republic-Republic of Phommathansy PALAMILatvij-BERGMANISLesot of the Roman Kingdom, the Tselis of the MANOS of MOKEL Tlal United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland on behalf of Malcolm a. JOHNSON, Jean-Jacques SAHELLietuv of the Republic of the VALDEMARASLihtenštein Principality of Salausk – on behalf of the BUHLERLuksemburg of Which Anne Blau the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya in the Socialist nation of Marwan HAMAD Abdul-be Munh YOUSSEF of Maurice GHAZALMadagaskar of the Republic of AIMEMalaizij of Amarji Marcel the S.K. SINGHMalāvij of the KUNTIY of the LIJEND of Mike in the Berson Fumban SICHING Nellie Republic of NSEULAMaldiv Mohamed AMIR

Ilya AHMEDMal of the Republic – the BUILDINGS of the Adams-Diad KONAT Idriss is the TOUR FATIMATAMalt of the Coulibaly Ivan BUGESAMarok-Hassan on behalf of the Kingdom of LEBBADIMāršal island Republic – David a. GROSSMauritānij, on behalf of the Islamic Republic of-Mohamed Elkory Ould CHEINEMeksik of Reynaldo Gonzalez Bustamante Leonel Lopez, on behalf of the Republic of CELAYAMelnkaln-DEJANMikronēzij Jovanovic on behalf of Federal-Sharon d. JAHNMjanm Union-Tin-Maung Khin HTW Republic of THETMoldov-Pavel BUCEATCHIMonak on behalf of the Principality of Robert FILLONMongolij of the Republic of CHIMEDMozambik Saikhanbileg, Luis Jose REG the Julio de BUQU MIRANDANamībij Republic of the KASSENNepāl of Henri name: Ananda Raj on behalf of the Republic of KHANALNigēr-Sory Boubacar ZALIK's Brah m. BACHIRNigērij on behalf of the Federal Republic of F.Y.N. of DAUDUNikaragv, Esther GOND of Pablo de la ROCANīderland the Kingdom of RULLENSNorvēģij of Wim Yen c. on behalf of the Sultanate of KOCHOmān-Saud Bin s. AL-NABHAN, Mohsin a. AL-HAFEEDHPakistān, on behalf of the Islamic Republic of-Miraj Muhammad YOUNISPanam Republic of GULL-Photo by TAQUISPapu in New Guinea by Antonio of his SLEEP-the Republic of VUIParagvaj-Francisco r. Delgado MARQUEZ Kenji KURAMOCHIPolij – on behalf of the Republic of for the Government of Bogdan ROZYCKIPortugāl, Jose m. da Costa de Souza Barros Cristina M. Silva Maria LOURENC Jose c. Catarino Lacerda Joan s. FERRADOZ will bring the Republic of SANTOSRuand-Albert Butare Abraham MAKUZ Jean-Baptist MUTABAZ Peter FULLATON Shem on behalf of OCHWDKORumānij-Catalina M. on behalf of the Republic of MARINESCUSalvador-Miguel Angel GONZALEZ in Sun Vasquez Samoa ALCAIN independent-Tuaimal, on behalf of the Assam-Fuat PURCELLSanmarīn for the SAM AH Gis the Republic – Michele Giri Frederic VALENTIN in the Democratic Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe – on behalf of Jose m. da Costa de Souza Barros Cristina m. Silva LOURENCOSaūd the Kingdom of Arabia-Mohammed Jamil a. Mullah KHASHOGG, Fareed Y.
Sami AL-BASHEER AL-Habeeb k. SHANKITISenegāl Republic of DASYLV of FALLSerbij of Francois Makhtar Republic-Momcil-SIMIC of Dragan CURCIC Branko BERICSingapūr – on behalf of the Republic of Muhammad Bin Abdul RASHID Geraldine H. L. SZ-WEI Lin s. LIANGSīrij Arab Republic – Nabil KISRAW of Baker BAKER in ISSASlovākij Republic Raouf ALEID Naja of Milan Moy Eva SUMBALOVASlovēnij Republic of the ANDREJSomālij Vizjak Democratic Republic-Ahmed Mohamed ADOUSomij of the MATTILASpānij of the Olli Luis Sanz GADE Blanca Gonzalez GONZALEZ Manuel Zaragoza, on behalf of the Republic of MIFSUDSudān, Republic of SAEEDSurinam Babiker Mohamed, Marjorie Sheila RIESKIN F.L. PURPERHAR the Kingdom of Swaziland-Thembayen a. Dlamini Marten Dlamini, on behalf of the Swiss Confederation – Frederic RIEHL on behalf of the Republic of Tanzania – Richard e. MARIK, j. ore-MEDEY Goodluck» Elizabeth m. NZAG in August b. KOWER John s. NKOM Joseph s. KILONGOL, on behalf of the Thai-PORNSUTE Chirap of CHITRASWANG of Kraisorn Togo Republic-Essodessiw of the Massin PALOUK, PIKEL in Trinidad and Tobago, on behalf of the Gilliam MacIntyre Shelley-Ann Clarke-Hinds on behalf of Tunisia, on behalf of the Ridh GUELLOUZ Turkey – Republic of Tayfun ACARERUgand-Ham-KATAHOIR of the MULUIR Abel Mukas Patrick Godfrey KIBUUK OTUNN MASAMB of Fred Simon BUGAB Patrick MWESIGW David a. TURAH of Ukraine Petro YATSUKUngārij of the Republic Ferenc HORVATH Peter can name the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, Juan Jose Osvaldo NOVOAUzbekistān Republic of the CAMEL of the Cheap IZBOSAROVVatikān for city name, Sandro PIERVENANZ of name of the Federal Republic of Germany – Wilhelm ESCHWE1LER Republic of Venezuela – l. MACCA ADANA on behalf of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam Duy Quan NGAN HA in the Republic of Zambia, Peter Tembo Zimbabwe Republic-Paul NYONIZviedrij of Marianne TRESCHOW Anders FREDERICH INSTRUMENT the International Telecommunication Union to amend the Convention (Geneva , 1992) as amended by authorised representatives Conference (Kyoto, 1994), authorised representatives Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) and authorised representatives Conference (Marrakesh, 2002) (amendments adopted authorised representatives Conference (Antalya, 2006)) _____ _____ _____ the International Telecommunication Union Convention (Geneva, 1992) (I). Preface on the basis of the relevant provisions of the International Telecommunication Union Convention (Geneva, 1992), in which the authorised representatives, the Conference made the amendment to Kyoto in 1994, in 1998 in Minneapolis and in 2002 in Marrakesh, and these provisions, particularly article 42 of the Convention, in implementing, the International Telecommunication Union authorised representatives Conference 2006 in Antalya has adopted the following amendments to that Convention.
CV/article 2 Chapter I functioning of the Union section 1 article 2 elections and related questions elected officials GR 13.1. the Secretary-General, Deputy Secretary-General and Director of the Office shall at his exercise of functions, the date of which is determined by the authorised representatives of the Conference during the election. Usually they remain in Office until the date that is determined by the next Conference of authorised representatives, and they are in the same position for re-election only once. Repeated re-election is possible only once regardless of whether this second term of duty or not sequential.
 
 
Radio case Board members 20.1 GR radio case Board members shall at the date of the exercise of functions in their election time determined by the authorised representatives of the Conference. They shall remain in Office until the date fixed in the next Conference, authorised representatives and they may be re-elected only once. Repeated re-election is possible only once regardless of whether this second term of duty or not sequential.
CV/article 4 section 2 the Council article 4 OFF 58.
 
GR PP-02 9.60B met) sector members may attend as observers in the Council, its committees and working groups meetings, subject to the conditions laid down by the Council in connection with the following number of monitors and the appointment procedures.
GR PP-98 PP-02 73.7) shall consider and approve the budget of the Union two years ago and the appearance of the draft budget (including the Secretary-General prepared financial statements of use in accordance with this Convention No. 101) for the next two-year period, taking into account the decision of the Conference of representatives authorized for the Constitution no. 50 and authorised representatives of the Conference of the financial limits laid down in accordance with the Constitution, no. 51; It ensures maximum efficiency, but without forgetting about the obligation of the Union to achieve satisfactory results, as soon as possible. In discharging this task, the Council takes note of the strategic plan of the Union authorised representatives included in the priorities of the Conference, the Convention No. 86 in that the Secretary-general report contains opinions and of the Steering Committee of this Convention, no 101 of the report included the use of views. The Council shall each year conduct verification of income and expenditure to the respective case, make adjustments in accordance with the authorised representatives Conference resolutions and decisions.
CV/article 5 GR PP-94 80.14) is responsible for the coordination of activities with all 49 and 50 of the Constitution referred to international organizations on behalf of the Union, and to this end conclude contracts with the interim Constitution and article 50 of the Convention. (B) and (C) 269 269 referred to international organizations, as well as with the United Nations, through the application of the agreement concluded between the United Nations and the International Telecommunication Union; These temporary contract shall be submitted to the authorised representatives to the Conference in accordance with the relevant provisions of article 8 of the Constitution.
section 3 of article 5, the General Secretariat shall prepare the 96 m) GR recommendations relating to the Conference, the Assembly and the meetings of the General rules, No 49 said the first meeting of Heads of delegations, taking into account the results of the regional consultations;
GR PP-98 100. q), after consultation with the Steering Committee and taken all possible means of economy measures, draw up and submit a draft budget to the Council two years covering the expenditure of the Union, taking into account the authorised representatives of the Conference of the financial limits laid down. This project contains the consolidated budget, including budget information that is based on cost and results, and which the Secretary-General prepared in accordance with the budgetary guidelines laid down in two versions. One version of the contribution unit for zero growth, and the other an increase equal to authorised representatives of the Conference of the limit after all deductions reserve account or less than that. The budget resolution after approval by the Council for information circulated to all Member States.
CV/article 6 GR 105.2. the Secretary-General and the Deputy Secretary-General of consultants can participate in Union status conferences. The Secretary-General or his representative may participate in consultants for all the other meetings of the Union.
section 4 Article 6 Coordination Committee GR PP-02 111.

4. the Coordination Committee shall draw up a report, which should be accessible to the Member States.
section 5 of the Radiocommunication Sector article 12 radio Office GR PP-98 178. b) exchanging data with the Member States and sector members and other machine-readable forms, prepares and updates all of the radio sector documents and databases and with the Secretary-General in organizing the publication of the working languages of the Union under the Constitution no. 172.
CV/article 15 section 6 telecommunications standardization sector article 15 telecommunications standardisation Bureau GR PP-98 203. d) exchanging data with the Member States and sector members and other machine-readable forms, prepares and updates all of the radio sector documents and databases and with the Secretary-General in organizing the publication of the working languages of the Union under the Constitution no. 172. section 7 of the telecommunication development sector article 16 Telecommunications Development Conference (a)) 209 world GR telecommunications development conference draw up a work programme and guidelines to specific telecommunication development issues and priorities and ensure the development of the telecommunications sector in the direction and management. In the light of the above programme of work, decide whether to retain or to create a study group or to cease their activities, each of which defines the pētāmo issues;
CV/17. Article 17 article Telecommunication Development Advisory Group GR 1 C. 215. Telecommunication Development Advisory Group is available to the representatives of the Member States ' administrations, sector representatives and members of the research group and other group leaders and their deputies who will act through the Director.
Article 18 of the Telecommunications Development Bureau 220 c) GR data exchange with participants and other machine-readable forms, prepares and updates all of the telecommunications development sector documents and databases and with the Secretary-General in organizing the publication of the working languages of the Union under the Constitution no. 172. section 8 of the three sectors of common provisions article 19 The structure and organization of the participation in the work of the Union, which is not the national administrations (GR) 235 5. All requests to participate in the work of the sector from above no. 231 bodies or organisations listed (not mentioned in the Convention No. 269. (B) and (C)), send the 269 Secretary-General and executed in accordance with the procedures established by the Council.
(GR) 236.6. All requests to participate in the work of the sector received from the organizations referred to in this Convention, no. 269. (B) – (D) sent 269 Secretary-General and relevant organizations included in the lists referred to in the No. 237. (GR) PP-98 237 7. the Secretary-General shall establish and maintain the structure and organization of all the lists referred to in this Convention, no. 229-231 and 269.269. D and B – which may participate in the work of each sector, and with the appropriate interval issue and disseminate these lists to all Member States and relevant actors and the Director of the Office. The Director advises the bodies and organizations of the measures taken, at their request, and shall inform the Member States concerned. 
GR PP-98 240.10. all parties shall have the right to withdraw your participation by sending a notification to this effect to the Secretary General. Such participation can also be denounced by the Member State concerned or, where parties have been approved according to the No. 234. (C) rules in accordance with the Council's established criteria and procedures. Denunciation shall take effect six months after the date on which the notice is received by the Secretary-General.
21. Article recommendations Starpkonferenč (GR) 251.2. These recommendations shall be transmitted to the Secretary-General, the time to gather, consolidate and communicate to the appropriate Union Conference, and meetings of the General Assembly rules no. 44. Resume/article 23 Chapter II Specific provisions relating to conferences and assemblies article 23 PP-02 participation in the authorised representatives of the conferences GR PP-PP 94-02 269. d) observers from the following organizations, agencies and bodies invited to participate as observers: GR PP-02 269. E e) observers from the Convention No. 229 and no. 231 this sector.
Article 24 PP-02 participation radio conferences GR PP-02 278. b) observers from Convention No. 269. A-269. (D) the following organizations and agencies participating in the advisory capacity;
GR PP-02 279 c) observers from other international organizations that are invited to take part in consultative status in accordance with the rules of the Conference, the Assembly and the meetings of the General provisions chapter I;
GR PP-98 280. d) observers, representing members of the radio sector.
CV/article 25 article 25 PP-PP 98-02 Radiocommunication Assembly membership, the global telecommunications standards and telecommunications development Assembly conferences complemented by 296 bis (b)) the sector participants, GR PP-02 297 c) Advisory status of observer: 297 bis i) this PAP Convention No. 269. A-No. 269. (D) the following organizations and agencies;
MUTE 298 mute 298B (GR) 298C PP-02) ii any other regional organization or other international organisation that is associated with the Assembly or Conference questions under consideration.
OFF D OFF 298.298.298. F E OFF the CV/article 33 of CHAPTER IV other provisions article 33 finances GR PP-98 468.1.1) scale, from which each Member State shall, in accordance with no. 468. (A) in the terms or parties under no. 468. (B) the rules for the choice of the investment class according to article 28 of the Constitution, the relevant provisions are as follows: 40 unit class 8 unit class 35 class of units 6 units class 30 class of units 5 units class 28 class of units 4 units class 25 class of units 3 units class 23 class of units 2 units class 20 unit class 1 ½ unit class 18 class of units 1 unit class 15 class of units 1/2 unit class 13 class of units units unit ¼ class 11 class 1/8 unit class 10 unit class 1/16 unit class GR PP-PP-98 PP 94-02 476.4.1) of the Convention No. 269. A-269. E of organisations and other organisations also referred to in chapter II (where the Council estimates on the basis of reciprocity is not applied the exemption), and sector members who, in accordance with the provisions of this Convention, no 230 participating authorised representatives at the Conference, the Union sector Conference, Assembly or meeting, or a World Conference on international telecommunications, on the basis of this Conference, and meetings of the Assembly and subject to the financial rules shall be borne by the relevant part of these measures. However, members of the sector not served individual invoices for their participation in your sector Conference, Assembly or meeting, except membership of the regional radiocommunication conferences.
CV/article 33 (GR) 480 PP-98 5. bis) if the parties to the paid money to cover the expenses of the Union under the Constitution no. 159, indicate the sector, for which the contribution is made.
PAPA 480B 5. ter) in exceptional cases, the Council may permit a reduction in the number of units of the investment, if requested by the parties, which has established that it could not continue to invest initially in the selected class.
Some of this ANNEX of the Convention and the International Telecommunication Union administrative rules for definitions of terms used in GR PP-PP 94-98 1002. The observer shall: a Person who, in accordance with the basic act of the Union of the provisions concerned, the Member State has sent the agency or body to attend the Conference or Council of the Union, the Assembly or a meeting, but has no voting rights.
PART II. Date of entry into force of the amendments contained in This instrument as a whole and the single document shall enter into force on January 1, 2008, between those Member States that this day is the International Telecommunication Union Constitution and Convention (Geneva, 1992), the Member States and which are submitted to it, the deposit of instruments of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession.
_____ _____ _____ _____ in witness whereof, the undersigned Plenipotentiaries have signed this instrument of the originals, with the International Telecommunication Union Convention (Geneva, 1992) as amended by authorised representatives Conference (Kyoto, 1994), authorised representatives Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) and authorised representatives Conference (Marrakech, 2002).
Antalya, 2006 24 November * believes that the Union's basic documents (Constitution and the Convention) the language used is dzimumneitrāl.
Considers that the Union's basic documents (Constitution and the Convention) the language used is dzimumneitrāl.
The Secretariat's note. Signature by the amendment of the Convention of the Instrument (Geneva, 1992) as amended by authorised representatives Conference (Kyoto, 1994), authorised representatives Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) and authorised representatives Conference (Marrakesh, 2002), are the same as those seen in the 4-12.