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Council Working Group - Defraying expenses of ITU: Contribution of Sector Members
 
photo: world bank notes At its 2003 session, the ITU Council resolved to create a group to review the Contribution by Sector Members and Associates towards defraying the expenses of the ITU.
  Key Resolutions
  • Resolution 1208 (Council 2003):  Organization of Council working groups
     
  • Resolution 110 (PP-02): Review of the contribution of Sector Members towards defraying the expenses of the International
    Telecommunication Union
     


  Background information
Proposals made to PP-02 concerning contributions of Sector Members and Associates

Report of the Group of Experts to prepare for PP-02 on ITU Reform:

 

  • Terms of Reference
    Consistent with Resolution 110 (Marrakesh, 2002), study the system whereby Sector Members and Associates contribute towards defraying the expenses of the Union on the basis of the proposals made at the Plenipotentiary Conference and any contributions submitted by Member States and Sector Members with a view, in particular, to examining:
  1. the method by which the amount of the contributory unit and of the financial contributions of Sector Members and Associates should be determined;
  2. the appropriate proportion between the financial contributions of Sector Members and Associates and those of Member States;
  3. the financial consequences of denunciation and make a final report to Council by its 2005 session at the latest.
  • Composition & participation
    This group is open to all Member States and Sector Members of ITU. The Working methods of the Group are in English only.
     
  • Chairmanship
    The Group is chaired by Ms. M.O. Beau (France).

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