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问责制和透明度审核小组二 (ATRT 2) 报告与建议草案:更正公告

问责制和透明度审核小组二 (ATRT2) 于 2013 年 11 月 7 日发布了对其 2013 年 10 月 15 日 [PDF, 779 KB] 报告的更正 [PDF, 185 KB]。

向执行摘要添加了一个部分,即建议 6(第 3 页)。这些建议包含在于 2013 年 10 月 21 日发布以征询公众意见的报告正文中,但无意中被排除在了执行摘要之外。为清楚起见并确保公众有机会审核 ATRT2 的所有建议,在本次勘误工作中将其作为执行摘要的一部分予以发布。

更正内容和 ATRT2 报告草案正文(无附录)现提供法语、西班牙语、俄语、葡萄牙语、中文和阿拉伯语版本。

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