10. The Chairperson said that, as regards the reviews of national implementing legislation that had been initiated at the Council's meetings since April 2001, there were six reviews that still remained on the Council's agenda. These reviews concerned Cuba, Fiji, Grenada, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Suriname.
11. Furthermore, a number of questions had been raised with regard to the implementing legislation of certain other Members whose reviews had already been deleted from the Council's agenda on the understanding that any delegation should feel free to revert to any matter stemming from the reviews at any time. These Members were Dominica, Gabon, Ghana and Guyana.
12. She recalled that the Chair had informed the Council at its last meeting that Saint Vincent and the Grenadines had, just prior to the meeting, provided responses to all of the questions posed to it in its review. These responses had been circulated in document IP/Q/VCT/1. In order to provide Members more time to study them, the Council had agreed to revert to this review at the present meeting. Since there were no further questions, she suggested that the review be deleted from the agenda, it being understood that any delegation should feel free to revert to any matter stemming from it at any time.