ROLE OF THE UNITED NATIONS DURING THE INTERIM
1. The Special Representative of the Secretary-General
will be responsible for all aspects of the United Nations' work
2. The Special Representative shall monitor
and assist in the implementation of all aspects of this agreement.
3. The United Nations shall advise the Interim
Authority in establishing a politically neutral environment conducive
to the holding of the Emergency Loya Jirga in free and fair conditions.
The United Nations shall pay special attention to the conduct
of those bodies and administrative departments which could directly
influence the convening and outcome of the Emergency Loya Jirga.
4. The Special Representative of the Secretary-General
or his/her delegate may be invited to attend the meetings of the
Interim Administration and the Special Independent Commission
on the Convening of the Emergency Loya Jirga.
5. If for whatever reason the Interim Administration
or the Special Independent Commission were actively prevented
from meeting or unable to reach a decision on a matter related
to the convening of the Emergency Loya Jirga, the Special Representative
of the Secretary-General shall, taking into account the views
expressed in the Interim Administration or in the Special Independent
Commission, use his/her good offices with a view to facilitating
a resolution to the impasse or a decision.
6. The United Nations shall have the right
to investigate human rights violations and, where necessary, recommend
corrective action. It will also be responsible for the development
and implementation of a programme of human rights education to
promote respect for and understanding of human rights.