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. 2002. October 18, signed in Marrakesh Instrument the International Telecommunication Union for the amendment of the Constitution (constitutional amendments) and the 2002 signed in Marrakesh on October 18, 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 Constitution in article 52 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 law adopted in 2005 the Saeima on 29 September. State v. President Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga in Riga 2005 October 20 instrument AMENDING the CONSTITUTION OF the INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION (Geneva, 1992) as amended by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Kyoto, 1994) and by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) (Amendments adopted by the Plenipotentiary of the Conference (Marrakesh, 2002)) part 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) and by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Minneapolis, 1998), in particular those in the article 55 thereof, the Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunication Union (Marrakesh, 2002) has adopted the following amendments to the said Constitution: CHAPTER I BASIC PROVISION in article 8 c) Plenipotentiary Conference MOD1 51 in the light of its decision is taken on the reports referred to in the Of. 50 above, establish the strategic plans for the Union and the basis for the budget of the Union, and the related financial limit, determin until the next plenipotentiary conference, after considering all relevant aspects of the work of the Union in that period;

MOD-adop 58 jb) and amend the General rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union;

Article 9 Principles Concerning elections and Related matters (MOD) 2 61 a) the Member States of the Council are elected with due regard to the need for equitable distribution of the seats on the Council among all regions of the world;

MOD 62 b) the Secretary-General, the Deputy Secretary-General, the Director of the Bureaux shall be elected among the candidate proposed by the Member States as their national and shall all be national of different Member States, and at their election due considerations should be given to equitable distribution amongs the location region of the world; due considerations should also be given to the principles embodied in the No. 154 of this Constitution;

MOD 63 c) the members of the radio regulations Board shall be elected in their individual capacity from among the candidate proposed by the Member States as their national. Each Member State may proposes only one candidate. The members of the radio regulations Board shall be nationals of the same Member State as the Director of the Radiocommunications Bureau; at their election, due considerations should be given to equitable distribution amongs the location region of the world and to the principles embodied in the No. 93 of this Constitution.

Provision relating to the 64 2 MOD taking up duties, vacancy and re-eligibility with the led in the Convention.

Article 10 the Council (MOD) 66 2) Each Member of the Council shall be a person their appoin serve on the Council who may be assisted by one or more adviser.

SUP 67 70 2 3 MOD) the Council shall consider the broad telecommunication policy issues in accordanc with the guidelines given by the Plenipotentiary Conference to ensur that the Union ' s policies and strategy fully responds to changes in the telecommunications environment.

ADD4 70 2b) the Council shall prepare a report on the policy and strategic planning recommended for the Union, together with their financial implications, using the specific data prepared by the Secretary-General under Of. 74 the below.

Article 11 General Secretariat MOD 74 b) prepare, with the assistance of the Coordination Committee, and provide it to the Member States and Sector members, such specific information as my be required for the preparation of a report on the policies and strategic plans for the Union, and line the implementation of the plan; This report shall be communicated to the Member States and Sector members for review during the last two sessions of the regularly scheduled Council before a plenipotentiary conference;

CHAPTER II the RADIOCOMMUNICATIONS SECTOR article 14 radio regulations Board MOD 95 (a)) the approval of the rules of procedure, which include the technical criteria, in accordanc with the radio regulations and with any decision which may be taken by the competent Radiocommunications Conference. These rules of procedure shall be used by the Director and the Bureau in the application of the radio regulations to register frequency assignments made by Member States. These rules shall be developed in a transparent manner and shall be open to comment by administration and, in the case of the continuing disagreemen, the matter shall be submitted to the next world Radiocommunications Conference;

  ADD ADD CHAPTER IV (A) WORKING METHODS OF the SECTOR will ADD 145 the radiocommunications assembly, the world telecommunication standardization assembly and the world telecommunication development Conference may establish and adop working methods and procedures for the management of the activities of their respectiv Sector. These working methods and procedures must be compatible with this Constitution, the Convention and the administrative regulations, and in particular From. 246D the 246H of the Convention.

CHAPTER V OTHER PROVISION CONCERNING the FUNCTIONING of the UNION article 28 OF the finances of the Union 159D 2tera Expense incurred by the MOD of the regional conferences referred to in From. 43 of this Constitution shall be borne: ADD 159 a) by all the Member States of the region concerned, in accordanc with their class of contributions;

ADD (b) by any Member State 159F) of others in the region which have participated in such conferences, in accordanc with their class of contributions;

ADD 159G (c)) by the authorized Sector members and others authorized organizations which have participated in such conferences, in accordanc with the provision of the Convention.

MOD 161 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 a date within the week penultimat of the plenipotentiary conference, by which Member States, upon invitation by the Secretary-General, shall announce their definitive choice of class of contributions.

Article 32 MOD General rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union MOD 177 1 General rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union adopted by the Plenipotentiary Conference shall apply to the preparation of conferences and assemblies and to the organization of the work and conduct of the discussions of the Conference, assemblies and meetings of the Union, as well as to the election of Members States of the Council , of the Secretary-General, of the Secretary-General, Deputy of the Director of the Bureaux of the Sector and of the members of the radio regulations Board.

MOD 178 2 conferences, assemblies and the Council may make such rules adop as they consider to be the essentials in addition to those in Chapter II of the General rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union. Addi tional such rules must, however, be compatible with this Constitution, the Convention and the aforesaid Chapter II; those adopted by confer enc or assemblies shall be published as documents of the Conference or be concerned bly ASSA.

CHAPTER VII SPECIAL PROVISION FOR radio article 44 use of the Radio-Frequency spectrum and the Geostationary-satellite of the satellite orbits and others (MOD) 195 1 Member States shall endeavour to limit the number of frequenc and the spectrum used to the minimum essentials to provide in a satisfactory manner the cessary services. To that end, they shall endeavour to apply the latest technical advance of the axis soon as possible.

CHAPTER VIII relations WITH the UNITED Nations, OTHER INTERNATIONAL organizations AND NON-MEMBER States article 50 relations With Other International organizations In 206 furtheranc of FASHION complete international coordination on matters, the Union telecommunication regimes should cooperate with international organizations having related interests and activities.

CHAPTER IX FINAL PROVISION article 55 Provision for Amending this Constitution MOD 224

1 Any Member State may proposes any amendment to this Constitution. Any such proposal shall, in order to be timely transmission to ensur it, and consider a tion by, all the Member States, reach the Secretary-General not later than eight weeks prior to the opening date fixed for the plenipotentiary conference. The Secretary-General shall, as soon as possible, but not later than six months prior to the latter date, publish any such proposal for the information of all the Member States.

Unless specified otherwise in the MOD 228 5 in the preceding paragraphs of this article, which shall prevails, the General rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union shall apply.

Article 58 Entry into force and Related matters the MOD 238 1 this Constitution and the Convention, adopted by the Additional Plenipotentiary Conference (Geneva, 1992) shall enter into force on 1 July 1994 between Member States having deposited before that date their instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession.

1 Modification of an existing provision 2 Editorial modification of an existing provision Provision moved to another place a 3 in the Final Acta 4 An existing provision moved from another place in the Final acts to the place indicated on the II-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 2004 between Member States being at that time parties to the Constitution and the Convention of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992), and having you deposited before the date of ratification instrument, their 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) and by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Minneapolis, 1998). Done at Marrakesh, 18 October 2002, the instrument AMENDING the CONVENTION OF the INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION (Geneva, 1992) as amended by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Kyoto, 1994) and by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) (Amendments adopted by the Plenipotentiary of the Conference (Marrakesh, 2002)) on 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) and by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Minneapolis, 1998), in particular those in article 42 thereof, the Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunication Union (Marrakesh, 2002) has adopted the following amendments to the said Convention: CHAPTER I FUNCTIONING OF the UNION SECTION 1 article 2 elections and Related matters the Council (MOD) 1 11 a) when a Member State of the Council does not have a representative in attendance at two consecutive ordinary a sessions of the Council;


Members of the radio regulations Board (MOD) 21 2 If, in the interval between two plenipotentiary conferences, a member of the Board resign or is no longer in a position to perform his duties, the Secretary-General, in consultation with the Director of the Radiocommunications Bureau, shall invite the Member States of the region concerned it proposes the candidate for the election of a replacement at the next session of the Council. However, if the vacancy will occure more than 90 days before a session of the Council or after the session of the Council preceding the next plenipotentiary conference, the Member State concerned shall, as soon as possible designat and within 90 days, another national as a replacement who will remain in Office until the new members elected by the Council takes office or until the new members of the Board elected by the next plenipotentiary conference take office , as appropriate. The replacement shall be eligible for election by the Council or by the Plenipotentiary Conference, as appropriate.

MOD2 22 3 A member of the radio regulations Board is considered no longer in a position to perform his duties after three consecutive absence from the Board of the meeting. The Secretary-General shall, after consultation with the Board's Chairman as well as the members of the Board and the Member State concerned, declare a vacancy in the existenc of Board and shall proceed as stipulated in From. 21 above.

Article 3 Other conferences and assemblies of the MOD 47 7 In the consultation referred to in From. 42, 46, 118, 123 and 138 of this Convention and in Between. 26, 28, 29, 31 and 36 of the General rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union, the Member States which have not replied within the time-limit specified by the Council shall be regarded as not participating in the consultation, and shall not be taken in the consequences into account in computing the majority. If the number of replies does not exceeds 100 one-half of the Member States consulted, a further consultation shall take place, the results of which shall be the decisiv regardless_of of the number of votes cast.

Section 2 article 4 the Council MOD 57 6 Only the travelling, subsistenc and insurance expense incurred by the representative of the of each Member State of the Council, belonging to the category of developing countries, the list of which is established by the United Nations development programme, in that capacity at Council sessions, shall be borne by the Union.

MOD 60 's by A Member State which 9b is not a Member State of the Council may, with prior notice to the Secretary-General, send one observer at its own expense the meetings of the Council, its committees and its working groups. An observer shall not have the right to vote.

ADD3 9ter 60B Sector may be represented as observer members at meetings of the Council, its 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.

ADD the 10b States while 61 at all times respecting the financial limit as adopted by the Plenipotentiary Conference, the Council may, as not, review and update cessary the strategic plans which will form the basis of the òàæó operational plans and inform the Member States and Sector members accordingly.

Add 4 the Council shall adop 10ter 61B to its own rules of procedure.

ADD 62 1) receive and review the specific data for strategic planning that is provided by the Secretary-General as noted in the. 74 of the Constitution and, in the last but not ordinary session of the Council before the next plenipotentiary conference, initiat the preparation of a draft new strategic plans for the Union, drawing upon input from Member States, Sector members and the Sector advisory groups, and produce a coordinated draft new strategic plans at least four hours before that plenipotentiary conference;

ADD 62B) establish a 1b calendar for the development of strategic and financial plans for the Union, and of operational plans for each Sector and for the General Secretariat, so as to allow for the development of appropriate linkag is among the plans;

73 7) review and approve the MOD 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 Convention;

MOD take any cessary 79 13) not step, with the agreement of a majority of the Member States, it provisionally resolve questions not covered by the Convention of the Constit tion, and the administrative regulations and which cannot be the next competent awai Conference for settlement;

MOD 81 15) send to Member States, within 30 days after each of its sessions, summary records on the activities of the Council and other documents deemed useful;

Section 3 article 5 General Secretariat MOD 87 db) prepare annually a four-year rolling operational plan of activities to be undertaken by the staff of the General Secretariat consistent with the strategic plan, covering the subsequent year and the following three-year period, including financial implications, taking due account of the financial plan as approved by the plenipotentiary conference; This four-year operational plan shall be reviewed by the advisory group of the all three Sector, and shall be reviewed and approved annually by the Council;

Section 4 Article 6 Coordination Committee (MOD) 111 4 shall be made (A) report of the proceedings of the Coordination Committee and will be made available on request to the Member States of the Council.

Section 5 the radiocommunications Sector article 8 Radiocommunications Assembly ADD 129 1b by the radiocommunications assembly is authorized to adop the working methods and procedures for the management of the Sector's activities in accordanc with From. 145 of the Constitution.

ADD 136A

7) decide on the need to maintain, terminate or establish other groups and to their appoin-chairmen and vice chairmen;

ADD 136B 8) establish the terms of reference for the groups referred to in the Of. 136 the above; such groups shall not adop questions or recommendations.

FASHION 4 A radiocommunications 137 assembly may assign specific matters within its competence, except to those relating to the procedure of the led in the radio regulations, the advisory group, indicating the action the radiocommunications required on those matters.

Article 10 the radio regulations Board MOD 140 2 In addition to the duties specified in article 14 of the Constitution, the Board shall: 1) consider reports from the Director of the Radiocommunications Bureau on investigation of harmful interference carried out at the request of one or more of the administration, and interested in formulat recommendations with respect to theret;


2) also, independently of the Radiocommunications Bureau, at the request of one or more of the interested administration, consider an appeal against the decision made by the Radiocommunications Bureau regarding frequency assignments.

MOD 141 3 the members of the Board shall, in an advisory capacity participat in the Radiocommunications Conference. In this case, they shall not participat in these conferences as members of their national delegation.

ADD the two 3b 141 members of the Board, designated by the Board, shall, in an advisory capacity participat, a plenipotentiary conference and the radiocommunications assemblies. In these cases, the two members designated by the Board shall not participat in these conferences or assemblies as members of their national delegation.

ADD 142 4b by the members of the Board shall, while in the exercise of their duties for the Union, as specified in the Constitution and the Convention, or while on mission for the Union, enjoy functional privileges and equivalent to the immunit those granted to the elected officials of the Union by each Member State, subject to the relevant provision of the national legislation or other applicable legislation in each Member State. Such functional privilege and granted it to the immunit members of the Board for the purpose of the Union and not for their personal advantage. The Union may and shall withdraw the immunity granted to a member of the Board whenever it consider that such immunity is contrary to the orderly administration of Justice, and it is not attention to question 2(a) to the interests of the Union.

MOD the Board shall normally 145 2) hold up to four meetings a year, of up to five days ' duration, generally at the seat of the Union, at which at least two-thirds of its members shall be present, and may carry out its duties using modern means of communication. However, if the Board does not, depending the cessary deemas upon the matters to be considered, it may increase the number of its meetings. Exceptionally, the meetings may be of up to two weeks ' duration.

Article 11 the Advisory Group of the radiocommunications MOD 160 1 the advisory group shall be open to the radiocommunications representatives of administration of Member States and representatives of Sector members and the chairmen of the study groups and other groups, and will act through the Director.

MOD 1), 160 review allocation program, operation, financial matters and strategies related to the radiocommunications assemblies, study groups and other groups and the prep of the Radiocommunications Conference substantive, and any specific matters as directed by a Conference of the Union, a radiocommunications assembly or the Council;

ADD 160-1b) review the implementation of the operational plan of the preceding period, in order to identify areas in which the Bureau has not achieved or was not able to achieve the objective of a let down in that plan, and advise the Director on the measure; the cessary correctiv

ADD 160 7) prepare a report for the Assembly on the Radiocommunications matters assigned to it in accordanc with From. 137 of this Convention and transmit it to the Director for submission to the assembly.

Article 12 the Radiocommunications Bureau 164 a) FASHION line features the work of the study groups and other groups and the Bureau, communicate to the Member States and Sector members the results of this work, collect their features comments and submit a consolidated report to the Conference which may include proposals of a regulatory nature;

MOD 165 b) participat as of right, but in an advisory capacity, in the deliberation of the radiocommunications conferences, of the assembly and of the radiocommunications radiocommunications study group and other groups. The Director shall make all preparation for radiocommunications cessary not conferences and meetings of the Radiocommunications Sector in consultation with the General Secretariat in accordanc with From. 94 of this Convention and, as appropriate, with the other Sector of the Union, and with due regard for the directives of the Council in carrying out these preparation;

MOD b) distribute to all 169 Member States of the rules of Procedure of the Board, collect comments thereon received from the administration and submit them to the Board;

MOD 170 c) process information received from the administration in the application of the relevant provision of the radio regulations and regional agreements and their associated rules of procedure and prepare it, as appropriate, in a form suitabl for publications;

MOD 175 3) line the work of the study groups and others the radiocommunications group and be responsible for the organization of the works;

MOD 175B 3ter) take a practical measure to facilitat the participation of developing countries in the radiocommunications study groups and others groups.

MOD 180 d) submit it to the world Radiocommunications Conference a report on the activities of the Radiocommunications Sector since the last Conference; If a world Radiocommunications Conference is not planned, a report on the activities of the Sector, covering the period since the last shall be submitted to confer enc of the Council and, for information, the Member States and Sector members;

181 f) MOD prepare annually a rolling four-year operational plan that covers the subsequent year and the following three-year period, including the financial implications of the activities to be undertaken by the Office in support of the Sector as a whole; This four-year operational plan shall be reviewed by the advisory group, the radiocommunications in accordanc with article 11 of this Convention, and shall be reviewed and approved annually by the Council;

SECTION 6 Telecommunications Standardization Sector of the World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly article 13 1b of the ADD 184 world telecommunication standardization assembly is authorized to adop the working methods and procedures for the management of the Sector's activities in accordanc with From. 145 of the Constitution.

(A) consider the MOD) 187 reports of study groups prepared in accordanc with From. 194 of this Convention and to approve, modify or rejec draft recommendations led in those reports, and consider the reports of the advisory group on standardization in telecommun set accordanc with From. 197H and 197 of this Convention;

ADD a f 191b) decide on the need to maintain, terminate or establish other groups and to their appoin-chairmen and vice chairmen;

ADD 191ter g) establish the terms of reference for the groups referred to in the Of. the above; 191b such groups shall not adop questions or recommendations.

FASHION world telecommunication standardization assembly 191B 5 A shall be presided over by a chairman designated by the Government of the country in which the meet ing is held or, in the case of a meeting held at the seat of the Union by a chairman elected by the assembly itself. The chairman shall be assisted by the Vice-chairmen elected by the assembly.

Article 14 of the Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group MOD 197 1 the telecommunications standardization advisory group shall be open to representatives of the administration of Member States and representatives of Sector members and the chairmen of the study groups and other groups.

ADD 197C 1b) review the implementation of the operational plan of the preceding period, in order to identify areas in which the Bureau has not achieved or was not able to achieve the objective of a let down in that plan, and advise the Director on the measure; the cessary correctiv

Article 15 Telecommunication Standardization Bureau MOD 200 a) update annually the work programme approved by the world telecom standardization assembly, munication in consultation with the chairmen of the telecommunication standardization study group and other groups.

MOD 201 b), axis of participat right, but in an advisory capacity, in the deliberation of the world telecommunication standardization assemblies and of the telecommunication standardization study group and other groups. The Director shall make all cessary preparation not for assemblies and meetings of the consultation of the Sector in Telecommun set Standardization with the General Secretariat in accordanc with From. 94 of this Convention and, as appropriate, with the other Sector of the Union, and with due regard for the directives of the Council concerning these preparation;

205 g MOD) annually prepare a rolling four-year operational plan that covers the subsequent year and the following three-year period, including the financial implications of the activities to be undertaken by the Office in support of the Sector as a whole; This four-year operational plan shall be reviewed by the telecommunication standardization advisory group in accordanc with article 14 of the Convention, and shall have be reviewed and approved annually by the Council;

SECTION 7 Telecommunication Development Sector article 16 Telecommunication development conferences ADD 207 a

1 the world telecommunication development conference is authorized to adop the working methods and procedures for the management of the Sector's activities in accordanc with From. 145 of the Constitution.

ADD 209 (a) bis) decide on the need to maintain, terminate or establish other groups and to their appoin-chairmen and vice chairmen;

ADD a 209B) met the establish terms of reference for the groups referred to in the Of. 209 the above; such groups shall not adop questions or recommendations.

MOD 210 b) regional telecommunication development conferences shall consider questions relating to the allocation and telecommunications development, taking into account the needs and characteristics of the region concerned, and may also submit recommendations to the world telecommunication development Conference;

MOD 3 213 (A) telecommunications development Conference may assign specific matters within its competence to the telecommunication development advisory group, indicating the recommended action on those matters.

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.

ADD 215E 1 bis) review the implementation of the operational plan of the preceding period, in order to identify areas in which the Bureau has not achieved or was not able to achieve the objective of a let down in that plan, and advise the Director on the measure of the cessary correctiv.

ADD 215J 6 bis) prepare a report for the Telecommunications Development Conference on the matters assigned to it in accordanc with From. 213 of this Convention and transmit it to the Director for submission to the Conference.

Article 18 the Telecommunication Development Bureau 218 a) participat as MOD of the right, but in an advisory capacity, in the deliberation of the Telecommunications Development Conference and of the telecommunications development study groups and other groups. The Director shall make all cessary preparation not for Conference and meeting of the Telecommunication Development Sector in consultation with the General Secretariat in accordanc with From. 94 of this Convention and, as appropriate, with the other Sector of the Union, and with due regard for the directives of the Council in carrying out these preparation;

223 g) FASHION prepare annually a rolling four-year operational plan that covers the subsequent year and the following three-year period, including the financial implications of the activities to be undertaken by the Office in support of the Sector as a whole; This four-year operational plan shall be reviewed by the telecommunication development advisory group in accordanc with article 17 of this Convention, and shall be reviewed and approved annually by the Council;

CHAPTER II SPECIFIC PROVISION REGARDING the FASHION conferences AND assemblies article 23 the Plenipotentiary Conference of the MOD Admissions SUP * 5 to 266 255 (MOD) 267 1 the following shall be admitted to plenipotentiary conferences: ADD 268 b) the elected official, in an advisory capacity;

ADD 268B (c)) the radio regulations Board, in accordanc with From. 141 of this Convention, in an advisory capacity;

MOD 269 d) observer of the following organizations, agencies and entities to: ADD 269) i of the United Nations;

Add 269B ii) regional telecommunication organizations mentioned in article 43 of the Constitution;

Add 269C III) intergovernmental organizations operating satellite systems;

Add 269D iv) the specialized agencies of the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency and the;

Add a v 269) Sector members referred to in the Of. 229 and 231 of this Convention and the organization of an international character representing them.

Add 269F 2 the General Secretariat and the three Bureaux of the Union shall be represented at the Conference in an advisory capacity.

Article 24 MOD of the Radiocommunications Conference Admissions SUP * 270 to 275 (MOD) 276 1 the following shall be admitted to the Radiocommunications Conference: (MOD) 278 b) observer of organizations and agencies referred to in From. 269 the 269D of this Convention;

279 c) FASHION observer of other international organizations invited by the Government and admitted by the Conference in accordanc with the relevant provision of Chapter I of the General rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union;

SUP * (MOD) 281 282 e) observer of Member States participating in a non-voting capacity in a regional Radiocommunications Conference of a region other than that to which the said Member States belong;

Add 282 f) in an advisory capacity, the elected officials, when the Conference is discussing matters coming within their competence, and the members of the radio regulations Board.

Article 25 Admissions to the radiocommunications assemblies, the FASHION World Telecommunication Standardization assemblies and Telecommunication development conferences SUP * 283 295 1 the 294 (MOD) the following shall be admitted to the assembly or Conference: MOD 297 b) observer of the following organizations and agencies: SUP 298 298 * ADD i) regional telecommunication organizations mentioned in article 43 of the Constitution;

Add 298B ii) intergovernmental organizations operating satellite systems;

Add 298C III) any other regional organization or other international organizations dealing with matters of interest to the assembly or Conference;

Add 298D iv) the United Nations;

Add 298 v) the specialized agencies of the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency and the;

Add 298F c) representatives of Sector members concerned.

ADD 298G 2 the elected official, the General Secretariat and the Bureaux of the Union, as appropriate, shall be represented at the assembly or Conference in an advisory capacity. Two members of the radio regulations Board, designed by the Board, shall participat in radiocommunications in an advisory capacity assemblies.

SUP * article 26 article 27 article 28 article 29 Article 30 SUP SUP SUP SUP * in * the * article 31 credentials for conferences shall be deposited 334 5 FASHION credentials with the Secretariat of the Conference as early as possible; to that end, Member States should send their credentials, prior to the opening date of the Conference, to the Secretary-General who shall transmit them to the Secretariat of the Conference as soon as the latter has been established. The Committee referred to in the Of. 68 of the General rules of conferences, assemblies and other meetings of the Union shall be entrusted with the verification thereof and shall report on its conclusions to the Plenary Meeting within the time specified by the latter. Pending the decision of the Plenary Meeting, any delegation shall be entitled thereon to participat in the Conference and to exercise the right to vote of the Member State concerned.

CHAPTER III rules OF procedure article 32 MOD General rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union 1 339 the FASHION General rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union with the adopted by the Plenipotentiary Conference. The provision of the procedure for each amending those rules and the entry into force of amendments with the led in the rules themselves.

MOD 340 2 the General rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union shall apply without prejudice to the provision of the amendment led in article 55 of the Constitution and in article 42 of the Convention.

CHAPTER IV OTHER PROVISION of article 33 finance FASHION) the organizations 476 4 1 referred to in From. 269 to 269 of the Paris Convention and others organizations of an international character (unless a they have been exempted by the Council, subject to reciprocity) and Sector members 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.

CHAPTER VI ARBITRATION AND amendment article 42 Provision for Amending this Convention Unless specified otherwise in the MOD 523 5 in the preceding paragraphs of this article, which shall prevails, the General rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union shall apply.


1 Editorial modification of an existing provision 2 Modification of an existing provision 3 Additions of new provision 4 An existing provision moved from another place in the Final acts to the place indicated 5 Provision to another place moved in the Final acts of the II-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 2004 between Member States being at that time parties to the Constitution and the Convention of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992), and having you deposited before the date of ratification instrument, their 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 Convention of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992) as amended by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Kyoto, 1994) and by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Minneapolis, 1998). Done at Marrakesh, 18 October 2002 TRANSLATION tool for International Telecommunication Union Constitution (Geneva, 1992) with authorised representatives for the amendment of the 1994 Kyoto Conference and authorised representatives of the Minneapolis 1998 Conference made amendments (amendments adopted as authorised representatives of the Marrakech Conference) Foreword part I on the basis of the relevant International Telecommunication Union Constitution (Geneva, 1992), which includes authorised representatives Conference (Kyoto, 1994) and authorised representatives Conference (Minneapolis , 1998) the amendments and their implementation, in particular its article 55, the International Telecommunication Union authorised representatives Conference (Marrakesh, 2002) has adopted the following amendments to that Constitution: article I section 8 of the authorised representatives Conference 51 c) Gr1 with Union after this period, all work-related aspects of the consultation on the basis of the decisions taken on the basis of reports mentioned no 50, form the Union's strategic plan and the budget of the Union and determines the appropriate financial limits until the authorised representatives to the Conference;

GR-jb) 58 adopt and amend the Union's Conference, and meetings of the General Assembly;

Article 9 of the electoral and related issues principles (a)) 61 Red2 Council is elected, adhering to the fair distribution of the space Council between all regions of the world;

GR 62 b) Secretary-General, Deputy Secretary-General and Director of the Office shall be elected from candidates nominated by Member States, who are the nationals of the Member States, they must all be nationals of different Member States, and to be elected, should take into account equitable geographical distribution among the different regions of the world; Similarly, attention should also be no 154 of the Constitution the principles;

GR 63 c) radio case Board members be elected individually by the Member States to put candidates who are nationals of those Member States. Each Member State may nominate only one candidate. Radio case Board members must be nationals of the same Member State of which a citizen is the Director of the radio; electing them, attention should be paid to equitable geographical distribution among the world's regions and 93 of the Constitution the principles;

GR 64 2. Rules on the procedure, the position vacancies and re-election contained in the Convention.

Article 10 Council Red 66 2) each Council Member State means the job the person to whom the Council may be assisted by one or more advisers.

Switch * 3 67 70 2) the Council shall examine the Gr wide telecommunications policy issues in accordance with the authorised representatives of the Conference of the nospraustaj guidelines, to ensure that the Union's policies and strategies for full compliance with the telecommunications environment changes.

70 2b Pap4) Council is preparing a report for the Union suggested policy and strategic planning at the financial guidelines, prepared by the Secretary-General in using specific data in accordance with the No 74.

11. Article 74 of the General Secretariat of the Gr b) with the assistance of the Steering Committee prepared and supply the Member States and sector members with such specific information that might be required, the preparation of reports on the Union's policies and strategic plans, and coordinate the implementation of the plan; This message is delivered in the Member States and sector members of the Council to review the last two regular, scheduled session before the Conference authorised representatives.

Title II radiocommunication sector article 14 radio case Board 95 (a)) procedure to Gr approval, which includes technical criteria, in accordance with the radio regulations and with any decision of the competent radio communications Conference. These rules of procedure used in the Director and the Office in applying the rules to register the radio frequency allocation by Member States. These rules should be transparent and open for commenting of the Administration; in the case of a prolonged case submitted for consideration of the next World Radiocommunication Conference.

PAP Pap chapter IV A SECTOR of the working methods of the Radio Assembly of 145 Papa, the World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly and the World Telecommunication Development Conference, determine and adopt the working methods and procedures in the management of the relevant activities. These methods shall be in accordance with this Constitution, Convention and administrative rules, especially-with Convention No 246D to no 246H.

Chapter v the rest of the Union's action in the rules article 28 of the EU finances the Gr 159D 2tera. This Constitution no 43 of those regional conferences shall be borne by: Pa 159 a) all Member States of the region concerned according to their contribution to the class;

(B) any other PAP 159F) regions of Member States which have participated in the following conferences of its contribution class;

PAP 159G c) authorized sector members and other authorized organizations that have participated in the following conferences in accordance with the provisions of the Convention.

GR 161 4) in the light of the revised financial perspective project, authorised representatives of the Conference as soon as possible, the contributions unit size the final upper limit and set a date, which must be Authorized by the Conference last week, to which the Secretary-General's call on the Member States called your chosen investment class.

Article 32 Gr Union Conference, and meetings of the General Assembly rules Gr 177 1. Authorised representative Conference Union conferences, adopted by the Assembly and the meetings of the General rules apply to the Conference and the preparation of the Assembly and the organisation of work and the Assembly of the Union of conferences, meetings and discussions, as well as in the conduct of Member States, the Secretary-General of the Council, Deputy Secretary-General of the Office of the Director of the Sector and the radio thing election of Board members.

The GR 178 2. Conference, the Assembly and the Council, in addition to the Union Conference, the Assembly and the meetings of the General rules, section II may adopt such regulations as it considers essential. Such additional rules must be consistent with the Constitution, the Convention and the above-mentioned title II; Conference or Assembly rules must be published in the Conference or Assembly documents.

Section VII special provisions article 44 radio frequency spectrum and the geostationary satellite orbit satellites and others use Red 195 1. Member States should strive to limit the number of frequencies to be used and the spectrum up to the minimum required for a satisfactory way that provides the necessary services. To this end they shall as soon as possible, to use the latest technological advances.

Section VIII relations with the United Nations, other international organisations and non-member countries article 50 relationship with other international organizations in order to improve international 206 Gr coordination in matters relating to telecommunications, the Union will cooperate with international organizations, which are cognate interests and activities.

Title IX final provisions article 55 the provisions on amendment of this Constitution Gr 224 1. Any member may propose any amendment to this Constitution. To ensure that any such suggestion was timely transfer to the Member States, the Secretary-General must be received no later than eight months before the opening of the Conference of the representatives of the notified date. The Secretary-General shall, as soon as possible, but not later than six months before that date shall publish any such proposal information to all Member States.

GR 228 5. If this article, which is the dominant character, the preceding paragraphs do not apply, unless otherwise specified, Conference of the Union, the Assembly and the meetings of the General rules.

Article 58 entry into force and its related issues Gr 238

1. this additional authorised representative Conference (Geneva, 1992) adopted the Constitution and the Convention shall enter into force by 1 June 1994, the Member States which have deposited their instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession before that date.

1 here and hereinafter referred to as the abbreviation ' Gr ' means amendment essentially 2 here and hereinafter referred to as the abbreviation for "Red" means the editorial amendment 3 here and hereafter abbreviated "Off" means off, in another place in the final legislation 4 here and below is the abbreviation for "Pap" means-with the new rules, PART II, of the date of entry into force of the amendments contained in This instrument fully and one type of instrument to enter into force on January 1, 2004 in the Member States at the moment, which is the International Telecommunication Union Constitution and Convention (Geneva, 1992) and before that date have deposited their instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession to this amendment instrument. Stating the above, duly authorized representatives have signed this, authorised representatives Conference (Kyoto, 1994) and authorised representatives Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) amended by the International Telecommunications Union's constitutional amendment the original instrument. Signed in Marrakesh on 18 October 2002, TRANSLATION tool at the International Telecommunication Union Convention (Geneva, 1992) with authorised representatives for the amendment of the 1994 Kyoto Conference and authorised representatives of the Minneapolis 1998 Conference made amendments (amendments adopted as authorised representatives of the Marrakech Conference) Foreword part I on the basis of the relevant International Telecommunication Union Convention (Geneva, 1992), which includes authorised representatives Conference (Kyoto, 1994) and authorised representatives Conference (Minneapolis , 1998) the amendments and their implementation, in particular its article 42, the International Telecommunication Union authorised representatives Conference (Marrakesh, 2002) has adopted the following amendments to that Convention: the action of the Union title I Chapter 1, article 2 of the elections and related matters the Council 11 a) if Council Red1 representative of the Member State has not participated in the two sessions of the Board;


                                                                                              Radio case Board members Rev. 21 2. If the time between two authorised representatives of the Conference Board member resigns or is unable to continue to perform his duties, the Secretary-General, in consultation with the Director of the radio, calls on the Member States of the region concerned to nominate candidates for election to the post of the next Council session. But if a vacancy is free for more than 90 days prior to the sessions of the Council or of the Council before the next session of the Conference of the authorised representative, the Member State concerned means his place as quickly as possible, and within 90 days, your citizen until such time as the Council — — newly elected member takes over his functions or as authorised representatives in the Conference are elected new members of the Executive Board. Replacement persons have the right to participate in elections to the Council or authorised representatives of the Conference.

Gr2 22 3. Considered that radio thing Board member cannot fulfill his duties, if he has not participated in three consecutive meetings of the Board. The Secretary-General, after consultation with the Chairman of the Board, as well as with the Member and the Member State concerned shall notify the Board of vacancy and act in accordance with the above No 21.

Article 3 other conferences and assemblies. This Convention 47 7 Gr No 42, No 46, no. 118, no. 123. and no 138. and the Union Conference, the Assembly and the meetings of the General Regulation No 26, 28, 29, 31. and No 36 in the case of those consultations, when Member States have not replied within the time limit specified in the Council, it is believed that they have not participated in the consultations, and they are not taken into account in determining the majority. If the number of responses does not exceed one half of the Member States, which was held to make further consultations, advice, and the result will be crucial, despite the number of votes received.

Chapter 2 article 4 Council Gr 57 6. the Union shall only pay the travel, subsistence and insurance costs for each Member State of the Council of representative, if a Member State to a session of the Council within a time of developing countries within the framework of the United Nations development program crafted list.

GR 60-9b. A Member State which is not a member of the Council, the Secretary-General and the previously announced by covering the expenses, you can send one observer to the Council, Committee and working group meetings. The observer does not have voting rights.

Pap3 9ter 60B. Sector members may be represented as observers in the Council, Committee and working group meetings in accordance with the conditions laid down by the Council, including conditions relating to the following number of monitors and the appointment procedure.

PA 61-10b. Permanent respect for the decisions taken by the Conference of the representatives of the authorized financial limit, the Council may, if necessary, revise and refine the strategic plan, which is the basis of the work plan and to inform Member States and sector members.

Papa 4 61B 10ter. The Council shall adopt its own rules of procedure.

PA 62 1) receive and review the specific data in the strategic plan, which, according to the Constitution no 74 provides the Secretary-General and current, but not the last session of the Council at least four months before the next Conference of the authorised representatives of the Union launched a new strategic plan for the preparation of the draft, by the Member States, sector members and sector Advisory Group on investment, and create a coordinated strategic plan project;

62B) 1b developed PAP calendar plan of strategic Union and the establishment of the financial perspective, as well as work plans for each sector and the General Secretariat to develop appropriate linkages between plans;

GR 73 7) review and approve the two-year budget of the Union and the budget forecast for the appearance (including the Financial Secretary General operational report under this Convention No. 101) for the next two-year period following the budget year, 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 must provide a stronger economy as possible, but not forgetting the responsibility of the Union to achieve as soon as possible, a satisfactory results. In discharging this task, the Council must take account of the Union's strategic plan authorised representatives included in the priorities of the Conference, no 86 of the Convention mentioned in the report of the Secretary-General of the Coordination Committee and the Convention No. 101 of the report contained in operational terms;

The majority of the Member States with 79 13 GR) consent shall take any measures necessary to decide on the Constitution, the Convention and administrative rules do not include questions which cannot wait until the next competent solutions Conference;

GR 81 15) within 30 days after each session, send the Member States a summary of the activities of the Council and other useful documents.

Chapter 3 article 5 General Secretariat General 87 db) Gr Secretariat staff shall prepare every year a four-year rolling work plan, which according to the strategic plan, which covers the following year and for the next three-year period, including financial issues, paying due attention to the authorised representatives of the Conference approved a financial plan; This four-year work plan on the review of the three sector advisory group and review annually and approved by the Council;

Chapter 4 Article 6 Coordination Committee Red 111 4. Steering Committee for the Protocol are summarized in the report, which is available at the request of the Member States of the Council.

section 5 radiocommunication sector 8. Article 129 of the Radio Assembly Pap 1b. Radiocommunication Assembly has the power to take control of the activities of the sector the working methods and procedures in accordance with the Constitution, no. 145.

PA 136-7) shall decide on the need to maintain, eliminate, or create other groups and mean the Chairman and Vice-Chairman;

Papa 136B 8) No 136 of competence in those groups; such groups do not make decisions or recommendations.

Papa 137 4. Radio Assembly within their competence can give specific tasks to radio Advisory Group, indicating the action to be taken such cases, except in matters relating to the rules of procedures of the radio.

Article 10 use of the radio board Gr 140 2. Article 14 of the Constitution, in addition to the duties listed in the Board: 1) examine radio reports of the Director of the Office, the investigation due to adverse effects, and it is performed by one or more interested at the request of the Administration, and formulates recommendations associated with it;



2) as well, regardless of the radio Office, by one or more interested at the request of the Administration hears appeals against radio Office decisions on frequency allocation.

GR 141 3. Members of the Board of consultants participating in the radio status conferences. In this case, they do not participate in conferences as members of their national delegations.

PA 141 of 3b. Two Board members of the Executive Board appointed a consultant status authorised representatives take part in conferences and Radio Assembly. In this case, the two Board members appointed by not participating in these conferences or assemblies as their members of national delegations.

Papa 142 4b. Performance of the obligations of the Union, as specified by the Constitution and the Convention, or specific tasks of the Union, members of the Board enjoys the privileges and immunities of officials, which is equivalent to the Union of the privileges and immunities of officials, elected from each of the Member States in accordance with each Member State according to national laws and regulations or other applicable laws. The following officers of the privileges and immunities are granted to the members of the Executive Board of the Union other than their personal convenience. The Union may cancel and it must abolish the Board granted immunity at any time when it considers that such immunity is contrary to decent work, and on behalf of the right cancellation does not harm the interests of the Union.

GR 145 2) Board usually holds four-to five-day long meetings a year, mainly by the Union's headquarters, in which at least two-thirds of the members, and can perform their duties through modern communication tools. However, if the Management Board it seems necessary, depending on the range of the issues to be dealt with, it can increase the number of meetings. Exceptional meetings can take up to two weeks.

11. Article Radiocommunication Advisory Group Gr 160 1 Radiocommunication Advisory Group is open to representatives of the Member States ' administrations, Sector representatives and members of the research and other groups, and works through the Director.

Gr 1) review the 160 priorities, programs, operations, financial affairs and strategy for radio assemblies, research groups and other groups and Radio Conference preparation, as well as for specific things the Union Conference, Assembly or Council of radiocommunications;

PA-1b) review the 160 previous period work plan to identify areas in which the Office is not reached or was not able to achieve the objectives included in the plan, and provides advice to the Director on the necessary remedial measures;

PA 160 7) draw up a report on the Radio Assembly of the tasks given to it under the Convention No 137, and pass it to the Director for submission to the Assembly.

12. Article 164 (a) of the Radiocommunication Bureau Gr) coordinates the Office, study groups and other preparatory work for the group, the other Member States and sector members on the results of the preparatory work, collecting comments and transmit them to the Conference of the koppārskat, which may include the nature of the regulatory proposals;

GR b) participating with 165 full rights, but the consultant status conferences, Radio Radio Radio Assembly and study group and other group discussions. The Director shall take all necessary preparatory measures radio conferences and radio sector meetings, in consultation with the General Secretariat in accordance with this Convention, no 94 and with other sectors of the Union pursuant to Council directive in respect of such preparations;

GR b) distributes all 169 Member States the rules of procedure of the Board, be collected from the administration of comments about them and transmit them to the Management Board;

170 c) processes from the Gro. administrations gathered information about the radio regulations relevant provisions and regional agreements and related rules of procedure, and properly prepare it for publication in an appropriate manner;

GR 175 3) coordinated by radio research group and other group work and is responsible for the organisation of this work;

GR 175B 3ter) take practical measures to facilitate the participation of developing countries in the study group on radio and other work of the group.

180 d) submit radio GR Conference a report on the radio sector's activities since the previous Conference; If the World Radiocommunication Conference is scheduled, a report on the activities of the sector in the period after the last Conference, submit to the Council and, for information, the Member States and sector members;

GR 181 f) annually prepare a rolling four-year work plan covering the next year and the following three year period, including for the activities of the Office to the entire sector, financial issues; This four-year work plan on the review of radio consultative group in accordance with article 11 of this Convention. and by the Council every year, it reviewed and approved;

Chapter 6 telecommunications standardization sector article 13 Global Telecommunications Standardization Assembly Pap 184 1b. World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly is empowered to adopt working methods and procedures in the Sector of activities according to the Constitution no. 145.

Gr. 187) (a) be dealt with in accordance with this Convention, no 194 study group reports and approve, modify or reject the recommendations they contain projects and dealt with in accordance with this Convention, no 197H and no 197 in the telecommunications standardisation Advisory Group reports;

PA has f) decide on 191b need to maintain, eliminate, or create other teams and means Chairman and Vice-Chairman;

Papa g no 191ter) is defined by the above group 191b competence; such groups do not accept questions or recommendations.

GR 5. World 191B Telecommunications Standardization Assembly chaired by the President, which means the Government of the country where the meeting takes place, and if the meeting takes place at the seat of the Union, chaired by the elected President of the Assembly. The President is assisted by the Assembly elected Vice-Chairman.

14. Article Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group Gr 1 197. Telecommunications Advisory Group is open to representatives of the Member States ' administrations, Sector representatives and members of the research and other groups.

PAP 197C 1b) prior period reviewed the work plan to identify areas in which the Office is not reached or was not able to achieve the objectives included in the plan, and provides advice to the Director on the necessary remedial measures;

Article 15 the Office of telecommunications standardisation Gr 200 a) adjusted annually the World Telecommunications Standardization Assembly approve the work programme, in consultation with the Telecommunication Standardization study group and other groups;

GR 201 b) participate with full rights, but the consultant status in the deliberations of the World Assembly of telecommunications standardization and Telecommunication Standardization study group and other groups. The Director shall take all necessary preparatory measures for the telecommunications standardization sector of the assemblies and meetings, in consultation with the General Secretariat in accordance with this Convention and the relevant no 94-with other sectors of the Union pursuant to Council directive in respect of such preparations;

GR 205 g) annually prepare a rolling four-year work plan, which includes the next year and the following three year period, including the expected, the whole sector in the activities of the Office of financial affairs; This four-year work plan for the review of the Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group in accordance with article 14 of this Convention. and shall be reviewed annually and approved by the Council;

Chapter 7 of the telecommunication development sector article 16 telecommunications development conference world 1 Pap 207 Telecommunications Development Conference is empowered to adopt working methods and procedures in the Sector of activities according to the Constitution no. 145.

PA 209) both decide on the need to maintain, eliminate, or create other teams and means Chairman and Vice-Chairman;

Papa 209B ater) no 209 of competence in those groups; such groups do not accept questions or recommendations.

The GR 210 b) regional telecommunication development conference telecommunication development examines the issues and priorities, taking into account the needs of the region concerned and the specific properties and can also submit recommendations to the world telecommunications development Conference.

GR 213 3. Telecommunications Development Conference in matters within their competence, may give the telecommunication development advisory task group, stating the cases recommended steps.

17. (A) the Telecommunications Development Advisory Group Gr 215C 1. Telecommunication Development Advisory Group is open to representatives of the Member States ' administrations, representatives of members and the sector studies and other groups.

PA-1b 215E) prior period reviewed the work plan to identify areas in which the Office is not reached or was not able to achieve the objectives included in the plan, and provides advice to the Director on the necessary proofing measures.

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6B) shall draw up a report to the Conference on telecommunications development of the tasks given to it in accordance with this Convention, no 213, and handed to the Director for submission to the Conference.

Article 18 the Telecommunications Development Office 218 a) participate with the Gr full rights, but the consultant status deliberations in telecommunications development conferences and telecommunications research group and other groups. The Director shall take all necessary preparatory measures for the development of the telecommunications sector conferences and meetings, in consultation with the General Secretariat in accordance with this Convention and the relevant no 94-with other sectors of the Union pursuant to Council directive in respect of such preparations;

GR 223 g) annually prepare a rolling four-year work plan covering the next year and the following three year period, including the expected, the whole sector in the activities of the Office of financial affairs; This four-year plan for the development of telecommunications, the report of the consultative group in accordance with article 17 of this Convention. ", and it should be reviewed annually and approved by the Council;

                                                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                        Title II Gr special provisions relating to conferences and assemblies article 23 Gr authorised representatives membership conferences Off 5 to 266 255 Red 267 1. Authorised representatives will take part in the Conference: Pa 268 b) elected Executive Consultant;

Papa 268B c) radio case management board in accordance with this Convention No 141 consultant status;

GR of such organizations) 269 d, observers of the agencies and institutions: Papa * 269) i of the United Nations;

Papa ii) of the Constitution the 269B referred to in article 43 of the regional telecommunications organizations;

PA * 269C III) satellite system operational intergovernmental organisations;

PA * 269D iv) United Nations specialized agencies and the International Atomic Energy Agency;

Papa * v) this Convention 269 no. 229.231 referred to sector members and their representative in the international organizations.

2. the Union of the PAP 269F General Secretariat and three offices represented at the Conference by consultants.

Article 24 Gr Off participation in conferences on radio 270 to 275 Gr * 276 1. Radio conferences: participate in Gr 278 b) no 269 of this Convention to no 269D bodies and agencies referred to observers;

279 c) Government invited the GR and conferences included in other international organizations as observers in accordance with the Union's Conference, the Assembly and the meetings of the General provisions of title I of the rules;

Off * 281 282 e) Red observers participating in the Regional Radiocommunication Conference outside that Member State, without the right to vote;

Papa * 282 f) elected Executive consultant status, if they are discussed by the Conference of issues, competence and the radio case Board members.

Article 25 Gr membership assemblies, World Radio telecommunication standardisation assemblies and telecommunication development conferences Turned to 294 283 295 1 * Red. the Assembly or conferences: participate in Gr b 297) of such organization and agency observers: Off * 298 * 298 i) Pa Constitution referred to in article 43 of the regional telecommunications organizations;

Papa * 298B) ii satellite system running intergovernmental organisations;

Papa 298C III) of any other regional organization or other international organization that is associated with an Assembly or Conference questions under consideration;

PAP 298D iv) of the United Nations;

Papa * 298 v) United Nations specialized agencies and the International Atomic Energy Agency;

* 298F c) the PA sector composed of representatives of the members.

PAP 298G 2. Union elected officials, the Secretariat and the General Assembly or Conference offices represent the consultant status. Radio Assembly consultant status in two Board appointed radio case Board members.

Off * article 26 article 27 article 28 article 29 Article 30 * Off * Off * Off Off * article 31 the mandate of the conferences Gr 334 5. Mandate are passed to the Conference secretariat as soon as possible; to this end, the Member States shall communicate to the Secretary-General their mandates before the opening date of the Conference, and he puts the Conference secretariat as soon as it is created. Conference of the Union, the Assembly and the meetings of the General rules, no 68 of that Committee is entrusted with the authority to review and their findings to the plenary its notification in due time. In accordance with the decision of the Plenary any delegation may participate in the Conference, and to use the voting rights of the Member State.

Title III procedure article 32 Gr Union Conference, the Assembly and the meetings of the General provisions 1. Union 339 Gr conferences, assemblies and meetings of the General rules adopted Conference notified representatives. This amendment and its entry into force are contained in the same regulations.

GR 340 2. Union Conference, the Assembly and the meetings of the General provisions shall apply in relation to article 55 of the Constitution and article 42 of the Convention, the amendment.

Section IV miscellaneous provisions article 33 finances Gr 1) 476 4. no 269 of this Convention to that no 269 bodies and other international organisations (unless exempted on the basis of the Exchange Council decision) and sector members who take part, in accordance with the provisions of the Convention by the Conference of the authorised representatives of the Union sector Conference, Assembly or meeting or a World Conference on international telecommunications, on the basis of this Conference , Assembly and meeting expenses, and in accordance with these financial regulations shall bear the costs of these measures. However, the sector members Bill not separate invoices for their participation in your sector Conference, Assembly or meeting, except for participation in regional radiocommunication conferences.

SECTION VI arbitration and amendment of article 42 of the Convention, the amendment rules Gr 523 5. If one of this article, which is the dominant force in the previous paragraphs, unless otherwise specified, Conference of the Union are respected, and meetings of the General Assembly.

1 here and hereinafter referred to as the abbreviation for "Red" means the editorial amendment 2 here and hereinafter referred to as the abbreviation ' Gr ' means amendment essentially 3 here and below is the abbreviation for "Pap" means — complete with 4 new rules here and below is the abbreviation for "Pap" means: a rule moved to this location from the final act of 5 here and hereafter abbreviated "Off" means off, in another place in the final legislation, (II) the date of entry into force of the amendments contained in This instrument fully and one type of instrument shall enter into force with January 1, 2004, in the Member States, which at the moment is the International Telecommunication Union Constitution and Convention (Geneva, 1992) and before that date have deposited their instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession to this amendment instrument. Stating the above, duly authorized representatives have signed this, authorised representatives Conference (Kyoto, 1994) and authorised representatives Conference (Minneapolis, 1998) amended by the International Telecommunication Union Convention the original instruments. Signed in Marrakesh, 2002 October 18.


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