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Summary Conclusions and Recommendations
Explanation: This is the term used in parliamentary procedure, especially with regards to supra-national investigations. I believe it also applies to certain legal procedures in the sense that the party submitting the brief is given a chance to draw up his summary of the case and "respond" (for instance, how an injustice has been committed, how court procedure has been violated, etc.) and in concluding, to make recommendations. This is essentially the content and structure of the briefs that have been published on Internet if you search for "conclusions recapitulatives et responsives".
Parrot Spain Local time: 22:45 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 1861