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TELECOl\fMUNICATION CONVENTIOX. DECEMBER 9, 1932. § 2. When the study of a question has been entrusted to a centraliz- ing administration, it shall devolve upon this administration to take the necessary steps toward undertaking the study of the question. The collaborating administrations and radio operating companies must send their report on this question directly to the centralizing administration, 6 months before the date of the C.C.I.R. meeting, in order that the said administration may consider same in its general report and in its proposals. § 3. However, the administrations and radio operating companies shall be free to send another copy of their report to the Bureau of the Union, if they wish these reports to be communicated immediately and separately to all the administrations and companies concerned, by the said Bureau. ARTICLE 13 The managing administration may correspond directly with the administrations and radio operating companies recognized as being capable of collaborating in the work of the committee. It shnll send at least one copy of the documents to the Bureau of the Union. 2651