Intergovernmental Bureau for Informatics. Liquidation Commitee
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Bureau intergouvernemental pour l'Informatique. Comité de liquidation
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Dates of existence
The Liquidation Committee was created by Resolution R.E/02 of the 5th Extraordinary Session of the General Assembly, held in Rome, 27-29 April 1988. The Resolution called for a stop to all IBI activities starting from 29 April 1988 and for the eventual dissolution of the Organization. The Liquidation Committee was composed of representatives of five member states of the IBI (Italy, Bolivia, Côte d’Ivoire, Madagascar and Tunisia). The Committee met for the first time during the 5th Extraordinary Session. It carried out its work until November 1988 when, according to its mandate, it convoked the 6th Extraordinary Session of the General Assembly of IBI from 28-29 November 1988 to confirm the complete liquidation of the Organization.
Functions, occupations and activities
Among the Liquidation Committee’s main aims were the settlement of staff claims and the recuperation of arrears in the payments of state members. The Committee was charged with concluding all necessary agreements for the cessation of the Organization’s activities.
Mandates/sources of authority
According to Resolution R.5E/02 of the 5th Extraordinary Session of the General Assembly of IBI, the Liquidation Committee was to be organized as a secretariat composed of a professional liquidator and necessary administrative personnel (chosen from among existing IBI staff) up to a maxium of 6 people. The personnel was to include an accountant, a jurist, a human resources specialist and two secretaries.