91/2014 Z. z.
Zbierka zákonov Slovenskej republiky
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Zbierka zákonov 2014
2. The Committee shall hold closed meetings when
examining communications received under the
a declaration or communications from a State party
that has not made such a declaration.
3. The Committee shall make available its good
offices to the States parties concerned with a view to
a friendly solution of the matter on the basis of the
respect for the obligations set forth in the Convention
and the Optional Protocols thereto.
3. Where the Committee has requested interim
measures, it shall expedite the consideration of the
4. When examining communications alleging
violations of economic, social or cultural rights, the
Committee shall consider the reasonableness of the
steps taken by the State party in accordance with
article 4 of the Convention. In doing so, the Committee
shall bear in mind that the State party may adopt
4. A declaration under paragraph 1 of the present
article shall be deposited by the States parties with the
Secretary-General of the United Nations, who shall
transmit copies thereof to the other States parties. A
declaration may be withdrawn at any time by
range of possible policy measures for the
a withdrawal shall not prejudice the consideration of
any matter that is the subject of a communication
already transmitted under the present article; no
further communications by any State party shall be
received under the present article after the notification
of withdrawal of the declaration has been received by
the Secretary-General, unless the State party
concerned has made a new declaration.
implementation of the economic, social and cultural
rights in the Convention.
5. After examining a communication, the Committee
shall, without delay, transmit its views on the
communication, together with its recommendations, if
any, to the parties concerned.
1. The State party shall give due consideration to the
views of the Committee, together with its
recommendations, if any, and shall submit to the
Committee a written response, including information
on any action taken and envisaged in the light of the
views and recommendations of the Committee. The
State party shall submit its response as soon as
possible and within six months.
Inquiry procedure for grave
or systematic violations
1. If the Committee receives reliable information
indicating grave or systematic violations by a State
party of rights set forth in the Convention or in the
Optional Protocols thereto on the sale of children, child
prostitution and child pornography or on the
involvement of children in armed conflict, the
Committee shall invite the State party to cooperate
in the examination of the information and, to this end,
to submit observations without delay with regard to the
2. The Committee may invite the State party to
submit further information about any measures the
State party has taken in response to its views or
recommendations or implementation of
settlement agreement, if any, including as deemed
appropriate by the Committee, in the State partys
subsequent reports under article 44 of the Convention,
article 12 of the Optional Protocol on the sale of
children, child prostitution and child pornography or
article 8 of the Optional Protocol on the involvement of
children in armed conflict, where applicable.
2. Taking into account any observations that may
have been submitted by the State party concerned, as
well as any other reliable information available to it,
the Committee may designate one or more of its
members to conduct an inquiry and to report urgently
to the Committee. Where warranted and with the
consent of the State party, the inquiry may include
a visit to its territory.
1. A State party to the present Protocol may, at any
time, declare that it recognizes the competence of the
Committee to receive and consider communications in
which a State party claims that another State party is
not fulfilling its obligations under any of the following
instruments to which the State is a party:
(a) The Convention;
confidentially, and the cooperation of the State party
shall be sought at all stages of the proceedings.
4. After examining the findings of such an inquiry,
the Committee shall transmit without delay these
findings to the State party concerned, together with
any comments and recommendations.
(b) The Optional Protocol to the Convention on the sale
of children, child prostitution
5. The State party concerned shall, as soon as
possible and within six months of receiving the
and child pornography;
(c) The Optional Protocol to the Convention on the
involvement of children in armed conflict.
transmitted by the Committee, submit its observations
to the Committee.
2. The Committee shall not receive communications
concerning a State party that has not made such
6. After such proceedings have been completed with