Rapporteur

In international and European legal and political contexts, a rapporteur (derived from French) is a person appointed by a deliberative body to investigate an issue or a situation. For example, Dick Marty was appointed rapporteur by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe to investigate extraordinary rendition by the CIA. Authors of rep
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rapporteur

noun a recorder appointed by a committee to prepare reports of the meetings
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rapporteur

in French civil law, a judge who furnishes a written report on the case at hand to other judges of the court, in which he sets forth the arguments of ...
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Rapporteur

Rapporteurs are the MEPs who write and present committee reports at one of the European Parliament
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