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3 May 2010

Author:
John Ruggie, Special Representative of the Secretary-General on human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprises

[DOC] [Response by John Ruggie]

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Thank you for your letter dated 23 April 2010...I appreciate being informed about the case, which in substance is relevant to my work as Special Representative. Nevertheless, my current mandate is not a complaints receiving mechanism and does not provide for me to intervene in a more direct manner. Please do keep me informed about any further developments in the case.

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