1 Translated by Kosheri, Rashed & Riad from the Arabic Official Text under the auspices of the Association for Arab and African Arbitrators having its headquarters in Cairo.
'Published in the OfficialGazette No. 16, bis., on 21 April 1994.
1 The Laws and Resolutions are translated by Sabah A]-Mukhtar.
beginning 1 January 1991 the non-permanent members of the Security Council were: Austria, Belgium, Cuba, Ecuador, Ivory Coast, India, Romania, Yemen, Zaire and Zimbabwe.
I The Laws and Resolutions are translated by Sabah Al-Mukhtar.
1 This Decree was published in Al-Quds of May 24, 1994. Al-Quds is a daily newspaper published in Jerusalem. The Decree is now published in the Palestine OfficialGazette No. 1 as Decree No. 1 of 1994. The Israeli Government's reaction to the publication of this Decree was very critical in that it violated Article VII of the Cairo Agreement signed on 4 May 1994. For the text of the Agreement, see supra, pp. 456 etseq.
1 Dr. Hanan Ashrawi, the spokesperson for the Palestinian Delegation to the Madrid Peace Conference, was charged with the authority to launch the Commission. The Board of Commissioners comprises: As'ad Abdul-Rahman, Ibrahim Abu-Lughod, Mamdouh Al-Aker, Lamis Alalami, Naseer Aruri, Hanan Ashrawi, Fatteh Azzam, Hanan Rayan Bakri, Mahmoud Darwish, Muhammad Hallaj, Anis F. Kassim, Eugene Cotran, Edward Said and Iyad Sarraj. Dr. Ashrawi was elected as the first Commissioner General. The Commission approved in its second meeting held in June 1994 its bye-laws. The Decree is now published in the Palestine OfficialGazette No. 2 as Decree No. 59 of 1994.
I Passages in brackets by General Editors. Translation by the General Editors.
1 These Laws were translated (unofficially) by Trowers & Hamlins.