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Rapport préliminaire et recommandations de la deuxième équipe de révision de la responsabilité et la transparence (ATRT2) Annonce de correction

Le 7 novembre 2013, la deuxième équipe de révision de la responsabilité et la transparence (ATRT2) a introduit une correction [PDF, 234 KB] à son rapport du 15 octobre 2013 [PDF, 772 KB].

Un article a été ajouté à son résumé exécutif, recommandation 6 (page 3). Ces recommandations sont incluses dans le corps du rapport publié pour commentaires publics le 21 octobre 2013 et elles ont été exclues involontairement du résumé exécutif. Pour plus de clarté et pour avoir la certitude que le public a eu l'occasion de voir toutes les recommandations de l'ATRT2, elles sont publiées dans le cadre du résumé exécutif dans cette errata.

La correction et le corps principal du rapport préliminaire de l'ATRT2 (sans les annexes) sont maintenant disponibles en français, espagnol, russe, portugais, chinois et arabe.

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