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Review of ITU structure

(Ref. PP-02 Res. 106 and Council Res. 1208)

Terms of Reference

At its 2003 session, the ITU Council resolved to create a group to review the structure of ITU with the following terms of reference:

Consistent with Resolution 106 (Marrakesh, 2002) and on the basis of the annex to that resolution and contributions by Member States and Sector Members:

a)    review the functions of the three ITU Sectors in the light of the changes that have occurred in the operation and regulation of the telecommunication sector at the national level, and define the respective roles of the ITU constituents;

b)    consider the obligations of Sector Members that are not authorized operating agencies and recommend appropriate measures;

c)    study the current structure, working methods and procedures of the ITU Sectors and make recommendations as appropriate;

d)    submit a report to the Council containing in particular draft texts of the related modifications to the Constitution and the Convention that may be used by Member States in preparing their proposals to the next plenipotentiary conference.

Participation

The group is open to all Member States and Sector Members. 

Chairmanship

The Group is chaired by Mr. M. El Kadiri (Morocco)

Documentation (available in English only)

Report by the Chairman to Council-05 and comments received from ITU Member States and Sector Members

Message sent on behalf of the Chairman regarding call for contributions (07 February 2005)

Message from Mr. El KADIRI 

Call for Contributions (Letter DM-1112 - 12.02.04) 

Call for Participation  (Letter DM-1096 - 29.11.03)   

Contributions received

Information on Meetings

First Meeting - 8 June 2004

 

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