At its 69th meeting, on 11 March 1994, the Commission, reaffirming its resolution 1993/98 of 12 March entitled "Rationalization of the work of the Commission", decided to convene an informal, open-ended working group, open to all participants, under the chairmanship of the Chairman of its fiftieth session for a maximum period of 10 working days to discuss:
(a) The reclustering of the Commission's agenda, with a view to proposing a provisional agenda for the fifty-first session;
(b) Organizational matters related to the above, including the organization of work and documentation;
(c) A preliminary inventory of other reforms.
The Commission decided that the work of the working group would be conducted on the basis of consensus, and also decided to request the secretariat to prepare an analysis of the organization of the past three sessions of the Commission, including its fiftieth session, to be used for reference purposes at the meeting of the open-ended working group and to request the Chairman of the working group to report to the Commission at its fifty-first session.
[See chap. III.]