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Mechanisms for Adjusting Part XI and the Implementation Agreement

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During the course of the Secretary-General?s consultations, held between 1990 and 1994, the basic issue was the fate of Part XI. This chapter reviews the advantages and disadvantages of the various mechanisms. It shows how the proposed Agreement relating to the Implementation of Part XI combines several of the above ideas, but corresponds to no single one of them. The chapter assesses the legal effects of the particular mechanisms which have been included in the Agreement. The question of mechanisms for adjusting Part XI has been addressed at several stages during the course of the consultations. In August 1993, there appeared for the first time a Draft Agreement on the Implementation of Part XI, the so-called ?Boat Paper.? The Draft Resolution would be adopted by the General Assembly. The Resolution would adopt the Agreement relating to the Implementation of Part XI.

Keywords: Draft Agreement; Draft Resolution; General Assembly; Part XI



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