[CCWG-ACCT] Regarding mission statement and human rights

Kavouss Arasteh kavouss.arasteh at gmail.com
Wed Jan 27 22:08:15 UTC 2016

Dear Bruce.

Tks for the board kind consideration of the suggestion

This practice has been used by many entities when they cannot decide on the
details of an issue due to its complexity, delicacy and time constrains
while the substance of the matter is recognized by that entity..

The legislator includes the objectives of the matter /issue as a firm
commitment / action in a Resolution which has the same value / power/
weight as the legal document but is not an integral part of the doc but
referenced in the legal document This  course of action provides assurance
to both parties that ,one the one hand the importance of the matter if
fully recognized by all and, on the other does not engaged the parties in
an issue the details of which yet to be carefully studied, examined and
approved . However, the  language / text of the Resolution , also  fully
recognize the fundamental importance of the matter ensures that that
objectives of the case will be fully observed and respected  as a firm
commitment but  in the meantime until the details of the case  suitable for
inclusion in the legal text  are approval.

Whenever I propose a solution it stems from my long legal experience
dealing with similar subjects.

As you know the jurisprudent is a legal term and precedence of treatment is
a legal practice.

What we should do at CCWG is to take all aspects of the matter into
account, including any intended or unintended consequences as well as any
difficulties that may be faced in its implementation and provide a
satisfactory solution for the matter .

A Wise legislator is the one who does not ties up its own hand nor the
hands of its successor and the one who implement the issue



2016-01-27 22:06 GMT+01:00 Bruce Tonkin <Bruce.Tonkin at melbourneit.com.au>:

> Hello Kavouss,
> >>  For the Human Rights issue, one suggestion was to follow the Board's
> request ( Not to include any thing about HR in the transitional/
> intermediate Bylaws but receiving the Board's  FIRM Commitment IN A BOARD'S
> could endorse that and annex it to the Bylaws to cool down those who are
> worried about the HR.
> Thanks for this suggestion.   It is under active consideration by the
> Board.
> One possible option is that we pass a resolution in support of human
> rights principles in our meeting in Singapore next week.
> I will provide an update next week.
> Regards,
> Bruce Tonkin
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