The primary goal of the Committee on Rules and Procedures (CRP) is development of rules and procedures within the KPCS as well as making recommendations to the Chair of the Kimberley Process regarding compliance with the rules and procedures established in the KP.
The Rules of Procedure of the Kimberley Process, as they currently in force, are understood as a code of general provisions and directives (arrangements) regulating its administrative and organizational activity carried out in the process of implementation of the requirements and recommendations of the KPCS and subsequent decisions.
The KP procedures are understood as methods of work established on the basis of rules and sequence of actions of the Kimberley Process directing bodies, its permanent and ad hoc working organs, as well as methods of work of Participants and Observers used for realization of their tasks, rights and obligations.
Rules and procedures are established and commissioned by the decisions of the Kimberley Process Plenary sessions or in other form established by the Kimberley Process on the basis of consensus.
|Chair||The Russian Federation|
|Vice-Chair||People's Republic of China|
|Members||Angola, Belarus, Botswana, Canada, European Union, India, Israel, South Africa, Switzerland, USA, Zimbabwe, World Diamond Council, Civil Society Coalition|
|2014||Republic of Belarus joined.|
|2008||People's Republic of China joined.|
|2007||The Russian Federation was named Chair.|