Dating site in azerbaijan 2016
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As already confirmed by Melbourne organisers, the season-opening Australian GP will be brought forward by a fortnight to March 20 having previously been pencilled in for April 3.
Although next season's calendar remains at a record 21 races, the dates of eight events have been changed from the original draft list published in July, in the wake of a World Motor Sport Council meeting on Wednesday.Validation is the EITI's quality assurance mechanism and measures the progress countries have made in meeting the requirements of the EITI Standard.For more information about the country, visit the country page on However, with Friday practice in Melbourne now scheduled for March 18, the second test will certainly be rearranged with a February start for pre-season now all-but certain.In October 2016 Azerbaijan was validated against the 2016 Standard.The Board was encouraged to hear reports of recent developments and looked forward to evaluate these in the near future.
The Board’s determination of Azerbaijan’s progress with the EITI’s requirements is outlined in the assessment card, below, together with corrective actions with respect to requirements 1.3, 1.4, 2.6, 6.2, 7.1 and 7.4.
The major areas of concern relate to civil society participation (#1.3), the independence of civil society members of the multi-stakeholder group (#1.4), reporting on state participation (#2.6) including quasi-fiscal expenditures (#6.2), public debate (#7.1) and documentation of impact (#7.4).
The EITI Board disagreed with the validator on the following requirements: work plan (#1.5), license registers (#2.3) and comprehensiveness (#4.1)*.
Azerbaijan’s Multi-Stakeholder Working Group were invited to comment throughout the process. ------ * As per the VC minutes of 24 October 2016, available from https://eiti.org/node/8107 The MSG is encouraged to consider the other recommendations in the Validator's Report and the International Secretariat’s initial assessment, and to document the MSG's responses to these recommendations in the next annual progress report.
The EITI Board did not task the International Secretariat with conducting an impact analysis as part of Azerbaijan’s 2016 Validation.
On 26 October 2016, the EITI Board came to the following decision on Azerbaijan's status: The Board agrees that Azerbaijan has made meaningful progress in implementing the 2016 EITI Standard, and with considerable improvements across several individual requirements compared to the first Validation in 2015.