N0652037

Counter-Terrorism Law and Practice: An International Handbook

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United Nations S /2006/737 Security Council Distr.: General 15 September 2006 Original: English 06-52037 (E) 190906 *0652037* Letter dated 14 September 2006 from the Chairman of the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1373 (2001) concerning counter-terrorism addressed to the President of the Security Council On behalf of the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1373 (2001) concerning counter-terrorism and in accordance with paragraph 6 (c) of resolution 1624 (2005), I have the honour to submit the report of the Counter-Terrorism Committee on the implementation of resolution 1624 (2005) to the Security Council for its examination. The Committee would appreciate it if the present letter, together with the report and its annex, could be brought to the attention of the members of the Security Council and issued as a document of the Council. ( Signed ) Ellen Margrethe Løj Chairman Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1373 (2001) concerning counter-terrorism
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S/2006/737 06-52037 2 Report of the Counter-Terrorism Committee to the Security Council on the implementation of resolution 1624 (2005) I. Introduction 1. The Security Council, by its resolution 1624 (2005) of 14 September 2005, called upon all States to take a number of steps in connection with the imperative to combat terrorism, including steps aimed at prohibiting by law and preventing incitement to commit a terrorist act or acts. It called upon all States to report to the Counter-Terrorism Committee, as part of their ongoing dialogue, on the steps they have taken to implement the resolution, and directed the Committee to report back to the Council in twelve months on such implementation. The present report has been prepared by the Counter-Terrorism Committee in accordance with the Council’s directive. 2. Also by resolution 1624 (2005), the Council directed the Counter-Terrorism Committee to include in its dialogue with Member States their efforts to implement the resolution. On 20 October 2005, the Committee agreed on a series of questions which would be put to States in connection with their implementation of the resolution. Letters containing those questions were sent to all States in the ensuing months. As at 7 September 2006, 69 States had reported to the Committee on their implementation of resolution 1624 (2005) (see annex). That total included States from all regional groups. However, many States had yet to report, which limited the scope of the Committee’s report on implementation of the resolution. 3. The Council further directed the Committee to work with Member States to help build capacity, including through spreading best legal practice and promoting exchange of information in that regard. The Committee has begun this work, including in the course of its visits to Member States. II.
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