UNAMI Mandate

 UNAMI mandate

Through its resolution 2367 (2017), adopted on 14 July 2017, the Security Council extended the mandate of UNAMI until 31 July 2018. The resolution i.a. reaffirms the independence, sovereignty, unity and territorial integrity of Iraq and stresses inclusive political dialogue and national reconciliation according to the Constitution. The Mission is mandated “as circumstances permit” and “at the request of the Government of Iraq” to:

1.Advise support and assist the Government of Iraq in:
a. advancing their inclusive, political dialogue and national reconciliation;
b. development of processes for holding elections and referenda;
c. constitutional review and the implementation of constitutional provisions, as well as on the development of processes acceptable to the Government of Iraq to resolve disputed internal boundaries;
d. on facilitating regional dialogue, including on issues of border security, energy, and refugees;
e. planning, funding and implementing reintegration programmes for former members of illegal armed groups; and
f. initial planning for the conduct of a comprehensive census;

2.Promote, support, and facilitate, in coordination with the Government of Iraq:
a. The coordination and delivery of humanitarian assistance and the safe, orderly, and voluntary return, as appropriate of refugees and displaced persons;
b. The implementation of the International Compact with Iraq, including coordination with donors and international financial institutions;
c. The coordination and implementation of programmes to improve Iraq’s capacity to provide essential services for its people and continue active donor coordination of critical reconstruction and assistance programmes through the International Reconstruction Fund Facility for Iraq (IRFFI);
d. Economic reform, capacity-building and the conditions for sustainable development, including through coordination with national and regional organizations and, as appropriate, civil society, donors, and international financial institutions;
e. The development of effective civil, social and essential services, including through training and conferences in Iraq when possible; and
f. The contributions of United Nations agencies, funds, and programmes to the objectives outlined in this resolution under a unified leadership of the Secretary-General through his Special Representative for Iraq;

3. And promote the protection of human rights and judicial and legal reform in order to strengthen the rule of law in Iraq.


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