discission


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discission

(dɪsˈsɪʒən)
n
(Medicine) med surgical incision, esp of a cataract
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Various postal issues such as regulatory, administrative, financial, legal, economic and commercial issues are on the agenda for discission. In addition, to ensure that the UPU is able to react quickly to changes in the postal sector, the CA has the power to approve proposals by the Postal Operations Council for the adoption of regulations or new procedures until the next Universal Postal Congress, which convenes every four years.
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(106.) For further discission on contextual interpretation of Security Council Resolutions, see Ben Saul, 'The Legality of the Use of Force Against Iraq in 2003; Did the Coalition Defend or Defy the United Nations' (2003) 8 UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs 267.