(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.
Const. 29; Gen. Regs 139, 140, 142) [Wordt voorlopig toegepast per 01-01-2014] van Algemeen Reglement van de Wereldpostunie, Doha, 11-10-2012">
Article 143. Notification of decisions adopted between Congresses ( Const. 29; Gen. Regs 139, 140, 142) [Wordt voorlopig toegepast per 01-01-2014]
1.
Amendments made to the Convention, the Agreements and the Final Protocols to those Acts shall be sanctioned by notification thereof to the Governments of member countries by the Director General of the International Bureau.
2.
Amendments made to the Regulations and their Final Protocols by the Postal Operations Council shall be communicated to member countries and their designated operators by the International Bureau. The same shall apply to the interpretations referred to in article 38.3.2 of the Convention and in the corresponding provisions of the Agreements.
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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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