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The Rome Diplomatic Conference

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The author discusses on the Rome Diplomatic Conference budget, which included his insistence on the installation of voting machines in the plenary hall of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) building, as it was clear to him that voting was almost certainly going to be necessary. The FAO building made a disheartening first impression on these new arrivals, which was confirmed throughout the Conference. The Drafting Committee started with the text forwarded by the Preparatory Committee. The French delegation was tripartite throughout the Preparatory Committee and the Rome Diplomatic Conference, with members of the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Justice, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which headed the delegation and was responsible for good coordination with the Justice and Defense Ministries.

Keywords:drafting committee; Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO); French delegation; Rome Diplomatic Conference



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