[AFRI-Discuss] Re: Proposed Draft AfRALO Decertification Rules - Avant-projet de rÃ¨gles de d Ã©certification de lâAFRALO
alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca
Tue Sep 4 01:10:34 UTC 2018
The document says:
An ALS can be decertified if its legal entity
status changed in its country of registration to one of the following :
ALS is dissolved
ALS is de-registered or longer legally exist
There is an unstated implication that to be
certified, an ALS must have a specific legal
status and that it must be "registered".
There is no such current requirement for an ALS.
Specifically "legal status" had not been required
required in the past because in some
countries/jurisdictions that is a difficult and
potentially time-cosuming and expensive endeavour.
Are you now proposing that this will be required for AFRALO?
At 02/09/2018 06:44 AM, Mohamed El Bashir wrote:
>French text below - Texte franÃ§ais ci-dessous
>Dear Friends & Colleagues,
>On the July AfRALO monthly conference call,
>there was a task for me to present an update on
>the status of AfRALO rules of procedures.
>Please find attached a proposed draft text for
>AfRALO Decertification rules which will be
>discussed in our next week conference call.
>Chers amis et collÃ¨gues,
>Lors de la confÃ©rence tÃ©lÃ©phonique mensuelle
>de l'AfRALO en juillet, j'ai eu la tÃ¢che de
>prÃ©senter une mise Ã jour sur le statut des
>rÃ¨gles de procÃ©dure de l'AfRALO.
>Veuillez trouver ci-joint un avant-projet de
>texte pour les rÃ¨gles de dÃ©certification de
>l'AfRALO qui sera discutÃ© lors de notre
>confÃ©rence tÃ©lÃ©phonique de la semaine prochaine.
>Je vous remercie
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