Algeria's candidate, Laarbi Djacta, was elected Friday in New York as President of the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) for a four-year term beginning on January 1, 2019.
million. Djacta was elected by a vote of 97 to 93 for the Moroccan candidate following a vote at the Fifth UN Commission on Administrative and Budgetary Questions.
Former Minister Counselor at the Permanent Missions of Algeria in Geneva and New York, Laarbi Djacta is also distinguished by his evidence as an official in the United Nations system, both at the level of the sieges and in the field .
He also has a proven mastery of the mysteries of the United Nations system before it will effectively boost the action of the ICSC.
The ICSC is a body of independent experts mandated by the UN General Assembly to regulate the conditions of service of personnel in the United Nations common system and to promote high standards in the international civil service.