RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE COMMISSION AT ITS SIXTIETH MEETING, 2 APRIL 1948
HAVING received a mandate from the General Assembly to carry out the recommendations contained in the Resolution on the Future Government of Palestine approved on 29 November 1947;
HAVING received no guidance or instructions from the Security Council concerning the implementation of the General Assembly's resolution; and
HAVING, on the other hand, noted the Security Council's decisions of 1 April calling for steps to be taken to arrange for a truce in Palestine, and requesting the Secretary-General to convoke a Special Session of the General Assembly to consider further the question of the future government of Palestine
1. To continue its work, bearing in mind the resolutions adopted by the Security Council, in the understanding that all of its decisions will be subject to such final action on the future government of Palestine as may be taken by the Special Session of the General Assembly convening on 16 April;
2. To undertake the preparation of a report to be presented to the Special Session of the General Assembly which will include an exposition of the reasons which have prevented the Commission from discharging all of the responsibilities assigned to it by the Resolution of 29 November 1947.
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