Ipco Case Study

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CONSTITUTION OF THE IPCO-INTERPOL The IPCO-INTERPOL is an international organization aiming at international police cooperation. It was established in 1923 in France. As per article 1 of the organization, which was modified at the 53rd session at Luxemburg in 1984, the organization which was originally called the INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL POLICE COMMISSION was now titled as THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL POLICE ORGANIZATION-INTERPOL, seated in France. According to article 2 of the organization, which was modified at the 33rd session at Caracas in 1964, provided for the aims of IPCO-INTERPOL, which were, firstly, ensuring and promoting the as widely as possible the mutual assistance between all criminal police authorities within the limits of the laws…show more content…
Such a period shall come to an end as to whenever the provisions of articles 15 and 16 are applicable. According to article 18, the president has the following duties: (a) Preside at the meetings and direct the discussions. (b) Ensure that the activities of the organization are in conformity with the decisions made. (c) Maintain direct and constant contact with the secretary general. As per article 19, modified at the 33rd session at Caracas in 1964, provided that the delegates of the committee shall be appointed by the assembly for not more than three years and cannot be immediately re-elected. Article 20 talks about the meetings of the executive committee which shall take place at least once every year after being convened by the president. Article 21 provides for the conduct of the members of the executive committee. It says that they shall conduct themselves in such a way as if they are representatives of the organization and not of their respective countries. Article 22 enumerates the duties of the executive committee, which are as follows: (a) Supervision of the execution of the decisions of the general

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