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CHAPTER 8: Section 7 CHANGES

Security Council appoints Chairs and Vice-Chairs of its subsidiary bodies for 2019

6 January 2019

In a Note by the President dated 2 January 2019 (S/2019/2), the Security Council announced the bureaux of its subsidiary bodies for the year 2019 . . .

Security Council appoints Chairs and Vice-Chairs of its subsidiary bodies for 2018

7 January 2018

In a Note by the President dated 2 January 2018 (S/2018/2), the Council announced the bureaux of its subsidiary bodies for the year 2018 . . .

Security Council appoints Chairs and Vice-Chairs of its subsidiary bodies for 2017

9 January 2017

In a Note by the President dated 3 January 2017 (S/2017/2), the Council announced the bureaux of its subsidiary bodies for the year . . . 

New parameters for appointing Chairs of the Council’s subsidiary bodies

Updated on 15 September 2016

Two weeks after the completion of the election in June 2016 of five non-permanent members to join the Security Council on 1 January 2017, the Council adopted a Note by the President which contains provisions relating to the appointment of Chairs of the Council’s subsidiary bodies . . .

Acting chairmanship arrangements for the Council's subsidiary bodies

9 May 2015

During consultations of the whole in July 2009 the United Kingdom proposed, and the Security Council accepted, that thereafter the chargé d’affaires of a Chair’s delegation would be authorized to chair the subsidiary organ in the Chair’s absence . . .

27 August 2014

On 5 June 2014, the Security Council issued a Note by the President (S/2014/393) intended to improve the effectiveness of the Council’s work and to ensure continuity in the work of its subsidiary bodies.

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