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    6.8 Partial withdrawal of a Minute after Cabinet has met

    When part of a Minute is to be withdrawn after it has been endorsed by Cabinet, the sponsoring Minister or Chief Executive must advise the Clerk of the Executive Council in writing stating the reason(s) for the withdrawal. A copy of the original Minute cover should be included with the part to be withdrawn scored through, together with a copy of any enclosed schedule and the Explanatory Memorandum covering the part to be withdrawn. If the withdrawal letter is signed by the Chief Executive, it should include confirmation that the withdrawal is being effected with the knowledge of the Minister.

    The Executive Council Secretariat will return the withdrawn Explanatory Memorandum and relevant papers to the sponsoring agency concerned after the Executive Council meeting for which the Minute was submitted.

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    Last updated:
    18 May, 2016
    Last reviewed:
    17 July, 2009