Conclusions of the Committee of Independent Experts of the European Social Charter - Conclusions XIII-1 (1990-91) (1998)
The Committee of Independent Experts, first of the four bodies responsible for supervising the implementation of the European Social Charter, examines the national reports of the Contracting Parties and adopts on this basis conclusions in which it indicates if it considers that during the period of report, each of the Contracting Parties has conformed to provisions included in the report.
The first part of Conclusions is divided into three chapters : the first referring to national reports on the application of Articles 1 to 6 of the Charter submitted by Denmark, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom in respect of period 1990/1991 and by Austria, Cyprus, France, Italy and Spain in respect of the year 1991
the second dealing in respect of Danemark, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and United Kingdom with the provisions of Articles 7 to 19 in respect of which the conclusion for cycle XII-1 (Ireland: Addendum to Conclusions XI-2) was negative or deferred
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