As shown in the preceding chapters, most of the special procedures for the protection of human rights come to an end once the body concerned has made its findings and formulated its recommendations as appropriate. At the universal level, no formalized enforcement procedures are generally provided for. This applies to the relevant resolutions of the General Assembly and the HRC as well as to the concluding observations of the various expert bodies after the examination of a state report or to the views adopted on an individual complaint. Although the expert bodies...
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