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326 | PRACTITIONERS

326 | PRACTITIONERS GUIDE No. 63. European Committee on Social RightsPreparatory phase: The complaint must be addressed to the ExecutiveSecretary acting on behalf of the Council of Europe Secretary Generalwho will acknowledge receipt, notify it to the State Party concerned andtransmit it to the European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR). 1441 Thecomplaints must be submitted in one of the Committee’s working language,English or French.Admissibility phase: For each case, the President of the Committeewill appoint one of its members as Rapporteur. The Rapporteur will preparea draft decision on admissibility, followed by, where appropriate, adraft decision on the merits. 1442 The Committee may request additionalinformation from the parties on the admissibility of the complaint. If itfinds it admissible, the Committee notifies the Contracting Parties tothe Charter through the Secretary General. 1443 The Committee may declarethe complaint admissible or inadmissible without having invitedthe government concerned to submit observations when it considersthat the admissibility conditions are either manifestly fulfilled or manifestlyunfulfilled. 1444Examination of the merits: The Committee may request additionalinformation from the parties and may organise a hearing, at therequest of one of the parties or at the Committee’s initiative. 1445 TheCommittee will draft a report containing its conclusions on the State’sviolation of the Charter, if it existed, and will transmit it confidentiallyto the Committee of Ministers and the parties, under prohibition ofpublication. 1446 Thereafter, the members of the Committee of Ministerswhich are States Parties to the Charter adopt the report with a resolutionby a majority vote. If the ESCR found a violation of the Charter,the Committee, in the same composition, can adopt a recommendationto the State concerned with a two-thirds majority vote. 1447 The ESCRreport will be published immediately after the Committee of Minister’sadoption of a resolution, or, in any case, not later than four months afterits transmission to the Committee. 14481441 Article 5, AP-ESC. See, Rule 23, ECSR Rules of Procedure.1442 Rule 27, ECSR Rules of Procedure.1443 Articles 6 and 7.1, AP-ESC. See also, Rules 29 and 30, ECSR Rules of Procedure.1444 Rule 29.4, ECSR Rules of Procedure.1445 Article 7, AP-ESC. See also, Rules 31 and 33, ECSR Rules of Procedure.1446 Article 8, ibid.1447 Article 9, ibid.1448 Article 8.2, ibid.

MIGRATION AND INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW | 3274. Inter-American Commission on Human RightsThe exact nature of the procedure for consideration of the petition/communicationdepends on whether the petition/communication is basedupon an alleged violation of the American Convention on Human Rightsor the American Declaration on the Rights and Duties of Man.a) Petitions referring to the American Convention on HumanRightsPreparatory Stage: The Executive Secretariat of the Commission undertakesan initial processing of petitions lodged before the Commission.If a petition or communication does not meet the requirements set outin Article 28 Rules of Procedure (formal requirements of the application),the Executive Secretariat may request that the petitioner or his or herrepresentative satisfy those requirements that have not been fulfilled.In particular cases, the Commission has also the power to expedite theexamination of the petition or communication. 1449Admissibility Procedure: The Executive Secretariat of the Commissionforwards the relevant parts of the petition to the State in question witha request for information within three months. Prior to deciding uponthe admissibility of the petition, the Commission may invite the partiesto submit additional observations, either in writing or in a hearing. Oncethe observations have been received or the period set has elapsed withno observations received, the Commission verifies whether the groundsfor the petition exist or subsist. 1450 The Commission establishes a workinggroup of three or more of its members to study, between sessions,the admissibility of the complaint and make recommendations to theplenary. 1451 Once the Commission has considered the positions of theparties, it makes a decision as to admissibility. The Commission’s reportson admissibility are public and are included in its Annual Reportto the General Assembly of the OAS. When an admissibility report isadopted, the petition is registered as a case and proceedings on themerits are initiated. 1452Procedure on the merits: Upon opening the case, the Commissionsets a period of four months for the petitioner(s) to submit additionalobservations on the merits. The pertinent parts of those observationsare transmitted to the State in question so that it may submitits observations within a further four months. 1453 The Commission1449 See, Articles 26, 27, 29, IACHR Rules of Procedure.1450 See, Article 30, IACHR Rules of Procedure.1451 See, Article 35, ibid.1452 See, Article 36, ibid.1453 See, Article 37, ibid. Procedure for the hearings is in Articles 61–69, ibid.

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