United Nations Committee for Programme and Coordination (CPC)
Comité du programme et de la coordination
Comité del Programa y de la Coordinación
Established under resolution 920 (XXXIV) of E-XE3377 - ECOSOC of the A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN). Resolution 2008 (LX) (1976) defines terms of reference. Reports to UN General Assembly and to ECOSOC.
Examine the totality of the Secretary-General's work programme giving particular attention to programme changes arising out of decisions adopted by intergovernmental organs and conferences or suggested by the Secretary-General.
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Committee meets every year, once for 4 weeks every budget year and twice (4 weeks and 2 weeks) in plan years. Members (34) are elected for 3-year terms by UN General Assembly based on ECOSOC's recommendations, on the basis of: 9 from Africa; 7 from Asia; 7 from Latin America and the Caribbean; 7 from West Europe and other states; 4 from Eastern Europe.
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