Law No. 43 Of 27 May 1996

Original Language Title:  LEGE nr. 43 din 27 mai 1996

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LAW No. 43 of 27 May 1996 ratification Instrument amending the Constitution of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992) and of the instrument of amendment of the Convention of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992), signed in Kyoto on October 14, 1994, the PARLIAMENT published in ISSUING the OFFICIAL GAZETTE NR. 113 of 3 June 1996 the Parliament of Romania adopts this law.


The sole article Shall ratify the instrument amending the Constitution of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992), and the instrument of amendment of the Convention of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992), signed in Kyoto on October 14, 1994.
This law was adopted by the Senate at its meeting on 21 February 1996, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (2) of the Constitution of Romania.
SENATE PRESIDENT CARLOS p. VALADON this law was adopted by the Chamber of deputies at its meeting on 6 May 1996, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (2) of the Constitution of Romania.
PRESIDENT of the CHAMBER of DEPUTIES ADRIAN NASTASE INSTRUMENT amending the Constitution of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992)) (Amendments adopted by the Conference of plenipotentiarilor, Kyoto, 1994), part I, by virtue of the Preamble and the relevant provisions for the Constitution of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992), and in particular the provisions of article 3. 55, plenipotentiarilor Conference of the International Telecommunications Union (Kyoto, 1994) adopted the following amendments to the Constitution mentioned above: Article 8 (CS) plenipotentiarilor 50-WAY Conference b) examines the reports drawn up by the Council on the activity of the Union since the last Conference of the plenipotentiarilor, as well as on general policy and strategic planning.
  

57 i MOD) examine and adopt, where appropriate, submit proposals for amendments to this Constitution and to the Convention formulated by the members of the Union, in accordance with the provisions of article 3. 55 of this Constitution and the provisions of the relevant Convention.
  

ADD 59A 3. Exceptionally, in the interval between two ordinary Conference of plenipotentiarilor, can be called an extraordinary Conference of the plenipotentiarilor, having an agenda limited in capacity, for the treatment of some specific topics: ADD 59B) ordinary Conference of the previous judgment plenipotentiarilor;
  

ADD 59C b) at the request of formulated individually by two-thirds of the members of the Union and addressed to the Secretary general;
  

ADD 59D c) on a proposal from the Council, with the consent of at least two-thirds of the members of the Union.
  


Article 9 (CS) Principles on elections and related matters the MOD 62 b) Secretary general, Deputy Secretary general, directors of bureaux and the members of the Committee elected radiocomunicatiilor, Regulation of the candidates proposed by the members, as citizens of their own either all nationals of some Member countries and that, at their choice, to take duly into account the equitable geographical distributions between the regions of the world; in terms on elected officials, to take into account also the principles listed at no. 154 of this Constitution.
  

MOD 63 c) Committee members to be elected radiocomunicatiilor Regulation individually, each Member neputind proposes only one candidate.
  


Article 28 (CS) 163 WAY Union Finances (4) class contribution of each Member, in accordance with the number 161 or 162 number above is applicable for the first budget biennium, counting from the expiry of the period of 6 months, endorsed the number 161 or 162 above.
  


Part II-the date of entry into force of the amendments contained in this instrument, in their entirety and in the form of a single instrument, will enter into force on 1 January 1996 the members that are parties to the Constitution and Convention of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992) and that prior to that date have deposited their instrument of ratification, acceptance or approval of, or accession to this instrument.
On the basis of agreed, the undersigned have signed the present original Plenipotentiary instrument amending the Constitution of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992).
Done at Kyoto on 14 October 1994.


INSTRUMENT amending the Convention of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992)) (Amendments adopted by the Conference of plenipotentiarilor, Kyoto, 1994), part I, by virtue of the Preamble and the relevant provisions for the implementation of the Convention of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992), and in particular the provisions of article 3. 42, plenipotentiarilor Conference of the International Telecommunications Union (Kyoto, 1994) adopted the following amendments to the Convention mentioned above: Article 4 (CV) 50 1 MOD Council. The number of Council members is fixed by the plenipotentiarilor Conference which are held every 4 years.
ADD 50A 2. This number should not exceed 25% of the total number of members of the Union.
MODE 80 (14) is tasked to ensure coordination between all international organizations referred to in article 1. 49 and 50 of the Constitution. To this end, concluded on behalf of the Union's provisional agreements with the international organisations referred to in article 1. 50 of the Constitution and the numbers 260 and 261 of the Convention and with the United Nations in the implementation of the agreement between the United Nations and the International Telecommunications Union; These provisional agreements must be submitted to the next Conference of the plenipotentiarilor, in accordance with the relevant provisions of article 23. 8 of the Constitution.
  


Article 7 (VC) worldwide Conferences radiocomunicatiilor 118 MOD (2) the general framework of the agendas should be fixed with four years before, and the definitive agenda shall be fixed by the Council, preferably 2 years prior to the Conference, with the consent of the majority of the members of the Union, subject to the provisions of this Convention the number 47. These two versions of the agenda are based on the recommendations of the World Conference of radiocomunicatiilor in application of the provisions of this Convention number 126.
  


Article 19 (CV) participation of entities and organisations, other than the activities of the administrations, the Union WAY 239 9. An entity or organization chart at number 229 or 230 above may act in the name of the Member who approved it, if it shall notify the Director of Bureau concerned that he has authorized for this purpose.


Article 23 (CV) Inviting and admission to conferences when there is a plenipotentiarilor Government invite MOD 258 3. The Secretary-General will invite as observers: 262A of the entities and organizations concerned) at number 229, of the Convention and international organizations having a character representing these entities and organizations;
  

(MOD) 269 b) observers invited organizations and institutions according to numbers 259 and 262A.
  


Article 24 (CV) Inviting and admission to conferences when there is a radiocomunicatiilor Government invite 271 2 MODE. (1) the provisions of numbers 256-265 of this Convention, with the exception of the number are applicable to conferences 262A, radiocomunicatiilor.


Article 32 (CV) Regulation of conferences and other meetings MOD 379 (2) the text of any substantive proposals must be subject to a vote must be distributed in the working languages of the Conference, with enough time in advance, to allow or study in advance of the talks.
  


Article 33 (CV) Finances NOC 475 4. The following provisions shall apply to contributions of the organizations concerned at the numbers of the 259-262 and entities admitted to participate in the work of the Union, in accordance with article 4. 19 of this Convention.
(MOD) 476 (1) Organizations targeted at 259-262 of this Convention and other international organizations attending a Conference of plenipotentiarilor, to a sector of the Union or at a World Conference of the international telecommunications contribute to the costs of this Conference or that sector, according to the numbers 479-481 below, as appropriate, except where they have been released from reciprocity.
  

(MOD) 477 (2) any entity or organization listed in the lists referred to in number 237 of the Convention contributes to the costs of this sector, in accordance with the numbers 479 and 480 below.
  

(MOD) 478 (3) any entity or organization listed in the lists referred to in number 237, of the Convention, attending a Conference of radiocomunicatiilor, at a World Conference of the international telecommunications or a conference or meeting of a sector to which she is not a member, contribute to the costs of this Conference or of that Assembly in accordance with the numbers 479-481 below.
  

(MOD) 479 (4) Contributions referred to numbers 477, 476 and 478 are based on the free choice of a contribution from the scale number 468 above, with the exception of classes 1/4, 1/8 and 1/16 from one unit, reserved to the members of the Union (this exception does not apply to telecommunications development Sector); elect class shall be communicated to the Secretary-General; the entity or organization may at any time to choose a higher contribution class extensive before.
  

(MOD) 480


(5) the amount of the contribution unit costs for each sector concerned is fixed at 1/5 of the members of the Union Unity contributiva. These contributions are treated as income of the Union. They produce interest, in accordance with the provisions of the above number 474.
  

(MOD) 481 (6) the amount of the contribution unit costs of a conference or a meeting is fixed by dividing the total amount of the budget of the Conference or of the Assembly in question from the total number of contributory units paid members as their contribution to the Union's expenditure. Contributions are considered as an income. They produce interest beginning on the day of dispatch of saizecea invoices, in fixed percentages above number 474.
  

(MOD) 482 (7) reducing the number of contributory units is not possible in accordance with the principles set out in the relevant provisions of article 23. 28 of the Constitution.
  

(MOD) 483 (8) in the event of termination of participation in the work of a sector, or whether to terminate such participation (see number 240, of the Convention), the contribution must be paid until the last day of the month in which the termination takes effect or the month in which you terminate participation.
  

(MOD) 484 5. The price of the sale of publications is determined by the Secretary-General, in a concern to cover, as a general rule, the costs of reproduction and distribution.
(MOD) 485 6. The Union maintains a reserve fund, which set up a revolving equity that allows to make essential expenses and face to maintain sufficient cash reserves to avoid, to the extent possible, to resort to loans. The Council shall fix the annual amount of the Reserve Fund according to requirements. At the end of each financial biennium, all budgetary appropriations which have not been consumed are entered into the reserve fund. Other details relating to this Fund of reserve are described in the financial regulation.
(MOD) 486 7. (1) in accordance with the Coordination Committee, the Secretary-General may accept voluntary contributions in cash or in kind, subject to compliance with the conditions applicable to these contributions, as appropriate, with the subject matter and with the Union, as well as with the financial regulation which will have to contain special provisions relating to the acceptance and use of such voluntary contributions.
487 (2) NOC Secretary general accountability to the Council about these voluntary contributions financial report and a document which indicate briefly the origin and use of each of these contributions and the sequel to which it was given.
  


Annex (CV) mode observer: 1,002 Person sent by:-the United Nations, a specialized institution of the United Nations, the International Atomic Energy Agency, a regional telecommunications organization or an intergovernmental organization which operates satellite systems, in order to participate in an advisory capacity at the plenipotentiarilor Conference, a conference or a meeting of a sector;
an international organization, to participate in an advisory capacity at a conference or a meeting of a sector;
-the Government of a member of the Union, to participate without the right to vote at a regional Conference;
an entity or organization chart at number 229 of the Convention or an international organization representing such entity or organization in accordance with the relevant provisions of this Convention.


Part II-the date of entry into force entry into force the amendments contained in this instrument, in their entirety and in the form of a single instrument, will enter into force on 1 January 1996 the members that are parties to the Constitution and Convention of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992) and that prior to that date have deposited their instrument of ratification, acceptance or approval of, or accession to this instrument.
On the basis of agreed, the undersigned have signed the present original Plenipotentiary instrument of amendment of the Convention of the International Telecommunication Union (Geneva, 1992).
Done at Kyoto on 14 October 1994.
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