Judicial Tribunal of the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC Judicial Tribunal)
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9 May 1978, by signing of a special protocol, which entered into force 20 Apr 1980, when established as one of 4 main organs of D-XD0064 - Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC). Comes under Articles 8 and 21 of OAPEC constitution, 9 Jan 1968. Commenced activities 6 May 1981, on election of 9 part-time judges by OAPEC Council of Ministers.
Serve as a specialized Arab tribunal for reconciling disputes which arise among members of OAPEC, or between OAPEC and its affiliates, or between any member and an oil company operating in the territory of the member.
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Panel of 7 judges from Arab countries (meets 5-6 times a year), including President and Vice-President. Registrar. Research Department, including: Technical Bureau; Administration and Personnel Department.
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