Repertoire of the practice of the security council: Supplement 2004-2007

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The Repertoire of the Practice of the Security Council, a two volume set, provides UN Member States, UN entities, researchers and the general public a comprehensive, reliable, objective and readily accessible source of information regarding the evolving practice of the Security Council on constitutional, procedural and substantive matters since inception in 1946. The Repertoire covers in particular the Council’s interpretation and application of the UN Charter and its own Provisional Rules of Procedure and features case studies as well as summaries of its official documents.



Relations with other United Nations organs

This chapter, as in previous volumes, deals with relations of the Security Council with the other principal organs of the United Nations: the General Assembly (part I); the Economic and Social Council (part II); the International Court of Justice (part IV); and the Secretariat (part V). During the period under review, no material relating to the Trusteeship Council (part III) required treatment. This chapter does not contain any material relating to the Military Staff Committee, which had been included in previous supplements. The functions of the Military Staff Committee in relation to the Security Council, to the extent that they are governed by Articles 45, 46 and 47 of the Charter, are covered in chapter XI, part V, of the present Supplement.


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