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F.

MEASURES TO BE TAKEN
DURING APRIL 2004
During the month of April, the parties shall agree on and take the following
measures, in close cooperation with the Secretary-General or his
representative, and shall accept any indispensable suggestions of the
Secretary-General or his representative where foreseen in this list.

• Refurbish and prepare the buildings agreed/suggested by the


Secretary-General on 31 March 2004 no later than two days prior to
the referenda, with work overseen by the federal buildings committee
established by the leaders and chaired by the United Nations.

• Finalize by 8 April 2004 a list of initial federal property, and otherwise


accept any indispensable suggestions of the Secretary-General or his
representative.

• Inform the Secretary-General by 8 April 2004 of the proposed Members


of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank, and otherwise accept any
indispensable suggestions of the Secretary-General or his
representative.

• Hand over by 10 April 2004 to the Secretary-General the list numbering


no more than 45,000 persons as specified in the proposed Federal Law
on Citizenship of the United Cyprus Republic (failing which the
Citizenship Board shall, after entry into force of the Foundation
Agreement, prepare the list in accordance with that law).

• Finalize by 16 April 2004 the structure and staffing of the federal


government upon entry into force of the Foundation Agreement, and
otherwise accept any indispensable suggestions of the Secretary-
General or his representative.

• Identify and allocate by 18 April 2004 the buildings in which the federal
public service shall be located upon entry into force of the Foundation
Agreement, on the basis of the suitability and accessibility of the
premises and bearing in mind the objective of having around one-third
of federal public servants who work in Nicosia located in the Turkish
Cypriot State, and refurbish and prepare such buildings on their side,
with work overseen by the federal buildings committee established by
the leaders and chaired by the United Nations, and otherwise accept
any indispensable suggestions of the Secretary-General or his
representative

• Provide for a mechanism to be in place that allows for the constituent


state institutions, namely the legislature, the executive and the

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judiciary, to be in place upon entry into force of the Foundation
Agreement. They shall do so through lists to be submitted at the
separate simultaneous referenda or to the Secretary-General, and
through election and appointment of office holders no later than two
days after successful referenda by the designated constituent state
assembly members.

• Provide to the Secretary-General no later than two days after


successful referenda the names of the transitional Co-Presidents, the
transitional Council of Ministers, and the Cypriot members of the
Supreme Court, and otherwise accept any indispensable suggestions
of the Secretary-General or his representative.

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