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Source: Division for Palestinian Rights (DPR)
Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People (CEIRPP)
31 January 1993



January 1993

Volume XVI, Bulletin No. 1


Contents
Page
I.
    RE-ELECTION FOR 1993 OF OFFICERS OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE EXERCISE OF THE INALIENABLE RIGHTS OF THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE: STATEMENT BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
1
II.
    ACTION TAKEN BY THE COMMITTEE ON THE EXERCISE OF THE
    INALIENABLE RIGHTS OF THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE
3
III.
    SECRETARY-GENERAL REPORTS TO THE SECURITY COUNCIL UNDER RESOLUTION 799 (1992)
5
IV.
    EXCERPT FROM FINAL DECLARATION OF THE MEETING OF THE BUREAU OF THE SIXTH ISLAMIC SUMMIT ENLARGED TO THE CHAIRMEN OF THE STANDING COMMITTEES HELD IN DAKAR, SENEGAL, ON 11 JANUARY 1993
6
V.
    NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS: ACTIVITIES AND INFORMATION
9


I. RE-ELECTION FOR 1993 OF OFFICERS OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE EXERCISE
OF THE INALIENABLE RIGHTS OF THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE:
STATEMENT BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL


On 27 January 1993, the Committee unanimously re-elected H.E. Mr. Kéba Birane Cissé (Senegal) as Chairman, H.E. Mr. Alcibiades Hidalgo Basulto (Cuba) as a Vice-Chairman and H.E. Mr. Victor Camilleri (Malta) as Rapporteur. The election of a second Vice-Chairman was postponed.

At the same meeting, the Committee decided to re-establish its Working Group under the chairmanship of Mr. Camilleri and a representative of India as Vice-Chairman.

After congratulating the Chairman and other members of the Bureau on their re-election, the Secretary-General made the following statement (see SG/SM/4916/Rev.2; GA/PAL/599/Rev.2):
II. ACTION TAKEN BY THE COMMITTEE ON THE EXERCISE OF THE
INALIENABLE RIGHTS OF THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE


At its meeting held on 21 January 1993, the Committee adopted the following statement concerning the deportation of Palestinian civilians from the occupied Palestinian Territory by the Israeli authorities (see A/47/874-S/25136):
III. SECRETARY-GENERAL REPORTS TO SECURITY COUNCIL
UNDER RESOLUTION 799 (1992)


On 25 January 1993, the Secretary-General submitted a report to the Security Council in response to the request made by the Council in resolution 799 (1992). After detailing his efforts and those of his representatives, James Jonah and Chinmaya Gharekhan, to resolve the matter of the Palestinian deportees in accordance with that resolution, the Secretary-General made the following observations:
IV. EXCERPT FROM FINAL DECLARATION OF THE MEETING OF THE BUREAU
OF THE SIXTH ISLAMIC SUMMIT ENLARGED TO THE CHAIRMEN OF THE
STANDING COMMITTEES HELD IN DAKAR, SENEGAL, ON 11 JANUARY 1993


V. NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS: ACTIVITIES AND INFORMATION


In the course of January, the following information was received by the Division for Palestinian Rights:

1. Amnesty International Newsletter, available from: 1 Easton Street, London WCIX, 8 DJ, United Kingdom.

2. The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, January 1993. Available from: P.O. Box 53062, Washington, D.C. 20009.

3. The Other Front, weekly bulletin on developments in Israeli society, available from: P.O. Box 19543, Jerusalem.

4. Middle East International, bi-weekly publication, available from: P.O. Box 53365, Temple Heights Station, Washington, D.C., 20009, United States of America.

5. Newsletter of the Middle East Justice Network, available from: P.O. Box 558, Cambridge, MA 02238, United States of America.

6. Israel and Palestine Political Report, available from: Magelan, Boite Postale 130, 75463 Paris CEDEX 10, France.

7. Palestine Solidarité, bi-weekly bulletin of l'Association Médicale Franco-Palestinienne, available from: 14 rue de Nanteuil, 75015 Paris, France.

8. Women for Women Political Prisoners, available from: P.O. Box 8537, Jerusalem 91083.

9. Another Viewpoint, commentary available from: AVP, 604 Barbera Place, Davis, California 95616, United States of America.

10. Une Terre, Deux Peuples, publication of the Association pour l'Union entre les peuples juif et palestinien, available from: C.P. 43, 1247 Anières, Geneva, Switzerland.

11. P.R.C.S. Newsletter, newsletter of the Palestine Red Crescent Society, available from: Information Department, P.O. Box 5386, Nicosia, Cyprus.

12. ADC Times news and opinions of the American-Arab Anti-discrimination Committee, available from: 4201 Connecticut Avenue N.W., Suite 500, Washington, D.C. 20008.

13. A.A.I. Issues, journal of the Arab-American Institute. Available from: 918 16th Street, N.W., Suite 601, Washington, D.C. 2006.



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