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Date: June 1, 2001


Subject:  Re-affirmation ballot for ISO 10586 - Georgian alphabet coded character set for bibliographic information interchange


Reference documents:  L2/01-238, ISO 10586

Project:  SC2 TAG

Ballot Period:   June 1 - June 11, 2001





L2 recommends to re-affirm ISO 10586 for another 5 years

(and archive as a stabilized standard)

Also see Re-affirmation questions




Do you agree with above statement ?


YES  ___

NO  ___



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Organization Represented:   _____________________


Principal   ___

Alternate   ___


Signature:   ___________________


Date:   _________________



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