2.1 Member States should begin their proposals with a short summary of their views on each
item. This should be followed by detailed proposals, with each proposal being followed by a brief
statement of the reason for the proposed change.
2.2 Symbols to be used
ADD Proposal to add new text
Note: where new text is to be added within an existing paragraph or
sub-paragraph, the symbol MOD should be used.
ADD* Proposal to add existing text from elsewhere in the Collection of basic
texts of the ITU
Note: it is necessary to reproduce the texts carrying the symbol (ADD).
MOD Proposal to amend a text by addition, deletion or replacement of words or
Note: new words added should be underlined (underlined); words to be deleted
should be crossed out (
(MOD) Proposal to amend a text, from an editorial point of view
SUP Proposal to delete text
Note 1: it is not necessary to reproduce texts carrying the symbol SUP.
Note 2: where text is to be deleted from within a paragraph or sub-paragraph,
the symbol MOD should be used.
SUP* Proposal to transfer text elsewhere in the Constitution/Convention
Note: it is not necessary to reproduce texts carrying the symbol SUP*.
NOC Text for which no change is proposed
Note: this symbol may be used to clarify that no proposals are made with respect
to texts carrying this symbol. It is not necessary to reproduce texts carrying
NOC Proposal for a text to be maintained without change
Note: this symbol may be used when Member States wish to emphasize that a
particular provision or provisions of an article should remain unchanged, e.g.
Article XX may be shown as NOC but provisions AA and BB of Article XX may be
shown as NOC. The reasons as to why these provisions need to be maintained
without change should be given.
2.3 The following standards of presentation should be adhered to as far as
2.3.1 Texts should be clearly typed in single spacing.
2.3.2 Proposals should be submitted to:
International Telecommunication Union
PP10 Secretariat/Office T.1304
1211 GENEVA 20
Fax: +41 22 730 58 81
Email : email@example.com
Where possible, proposals should also be submitted in electronic form by e-mail
to the ITU PP10 Secretariat at the above address. The ITU standard format is MS
Word for Windows.