Thèmes - Cooperation and coordination

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A/60/591 8.The Advisory Committee was informed that regularly scheduled videoconferences, as well as telephone and e-mail contacts, take place to ensure open lines of communication and encourages the exchange of lessons-learned experiences in all aspects of the Tribunals’ operations. The Rwanda Tribunal informed the Committee that it was drafting a manual of good practices which would be available for other United Nations judicial entities. Furthermore, the Committee was informed that two colloquiums are being organized in a cooperation project to develop a common code of best practices. The Committee was also informed that the Deputy Registrar of the Rwanda Tribunal was visiting the Special Court for Sierra Leone to help manage its jurisdiction and share the Rwanda Tribunal’s lessons learned. The Committee commends both Tribunals for cooperating on a number of matters, including judicial and administrative matters, and encourages their outreach efforts to other United Nations system judicial entities. The Committee requests that the measures implemented be included in the documentation of the Tribunals on best practices and lessons learned and encourages the Tribunals to share their progressive approach with regard to the use of information technology. 2005
A/61/802 15. The Committee also points out that a number of special circumstances should have been taken into account in planning for the staffing of UNMIT. For example, given the strong presence of United Nations agencies, funds and programmes in Timor-Lester, care should be taken to avoid duplicating functions and structures that already exist within the country team. The Committee recommends that the proposed budget for 2007/08 make clear the arrangements for coordination and cooperation between the United Nations country team and the mission. Furthermore, the possibility that both presidential and parliamentary elections may be concluded by the end of the financial period should be taken into account in planning for future staffing and structures. 2007
A/61/802 15. The Committee also points out that a number of special circumstances should have been taken into account in planning for the staffing of UNMIT. For example, given the strong presence of United Nations agencies, funds and programmes in Timor-Leste, care should be taken to avoid duplicating functions and structures that already exist within the country team. The Committee recommends that the proposed budget for 2007/08 make clear the arrangements for coordination and cooperation between the United Nations country team and the Mission. Furthermore, the possibility that both presidential and parliamentary elections may be concluded by the end of the financial period should be taken into account in planning for future staffing and structures. 2007