At its 56th meeting, on 10 March 1988, having regard to the invitation of the Government of Cuba, The Commission on Human Rights decided, without a vote, (a) to accept the invitation that the Chairman and five members of the Commission, appointed following regional consultations, should visit Cuba in order to observe the human rights situation; (b) that the Chairman of the Commission, together with the five other members of the mission, should prepare a report to be submitted for consideration by the Commission, which would decide on the manner in which the report was to be examined.

[See chap. XII.]

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