(Recast and adopted by the 2012 Doha Congress)
The undersigned plenipotentiaries of the Governments of member countries of the Union, having regard to article 22.2 of the Constitution of the Universal Postal Union, concluded at Vienna on 10 July 1964, have, by common consent, and subject to article 25.4 of the Constitution, drawn up in these General Regulations the following provisions securing the application of the Constitution and the functioning of the Union.
2.
Principles
2.1 For logistical reasons, the Postal Operations Council may limit the number of attendees per observer and ad hoc observer participating. It may also limit their right to speak during the debates.
2.2 Observers and ad hoc observers may, at their request, be allowed to cooperate in the studies undertaken, subject to such conditions as the Council may establish to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of its work. They may also be invited to chair Working Parties and Project Teams when their experience or expertise justifies it. The participation of observers and ad hoc observers shall be carried out without additional expense for the Union.
2.3 In exceptional circumstances, members of the Consultative Committee and ad hoc observers may be excluded from a meeting or a portion of a meeting or may have their right to receive documents restricted if the confidentiality of the subject of the meeting or document so requires. This restriction may be decided on a case-by-case basis by any body concerned or its Chair. The case-by-case situations shall be reported to the Council of Administration and to the Postal Operations Council when matters of interest to the Postal Operations Council are concerned. If it considers this necessary, the Council of Administration may subsequently review restrictions, in consultation with the Postal Operations Council where appropriate.
Inhoudsopgave
General Regulations of the Universal Postal Union
- CHAPTER I. ORGANIZATION, FUNCTIONS AND OPERATION OF CONGRESSES, THE COUNCIL OF ADMINISTRATION, THE POSTAL OPERATIONS COUNCIL AND THE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE
+ CHAPTER II. INTERNATIONAL BUREAU
+ CHAPTER III. SUBMISSION, CONSIDERATION OF PROPOSALS, NOTIFICATION OF DECISIONS ADOPTED AND ENTRY INTO FORCE OF THE REGULATIONS AND OTHER DECISIONS ADOPTED
+ CHAPTER IV. FINANCE
+ CHAPTER V. ARBITRATION
+ CHAPTER VI. USE OF LANGUAGES WITHIN THE UNION
+ CHAPTER VII. FINAL PROVISIONS
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