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Committee. If it wishes to be removed from the list, an individual or entity must petition the government of residence or citizenship to request a review of the case. If the government to which the petition is submitted endorses the petition, it must try to reach an agreement for the de-listing with the original designating government. In the absence of an agreement, the petitioned government may refer the case to the Committee (and, later, to the Security Council). Updated lists, including lists of names removed from the list, are sent to UN members without delay. The

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pronounced in recent PRSPs, although this is often still not mainstreamed . Unions were seldom involved initially but after petitioning governments, sometimes with International Labor Organization (ILO) or other support, most countries have brought labor groups into the PRSP dialogue. Discussion with organized labor have been difficult on some issues: for example, in both Cambodia and Sri Lanka, proposals to increase labor market flexibility proved contentious, and in Sri Lanka, resulted in unions threatening to boycott further discussions. 23. Many governments have