Experts From Islamic States Discuss Proposed Structural, Administrative and Financial Reforms to the OIC System

OIC Press Release

12 February 2000

Experts From Islamic States Discuss Proposed Structural, Administrative and Financial Reforms to the OIC System

The Second Meeting of the Inter-governmental Group of Experts from the Islamic States On Considering Administrative and Structural Reforms to the Organization of the Islamic Conference took place on Saturday 6 Zul Qadah 1420H (12/2/2000).

In implementation of the recommendations of the 25th and 26th Sessions of the Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, the Group considered proposed reforms to the OIC administrative, financial and structural reforms; the possibility of amending the OIC Staff Regulations and the Framework Statute of Subsidiary Organs; reconsidering shares of mandatory contributions of Member States; and the creation of an OIC Administrative Tribunals as in the case of other international organizations.

The Meeting was chaired by the Kingdom of Morocco and the Vice-Chairmanship of Palestine, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Cameroon. Malaysia is the Rapporteur of the meeting.

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