a person responsible for compiling reports and presenting them, as to a governing body.
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How to use rapporteur in a sentence
In 2019, rapporteurs for the United Nations concluded that the firm’s practice of turning homes into financial instruments that were then traded on global markets was displacing people in the name of profit.
The rapporteurs said the incentives built into this financing model make housing less affordable, particularly in communities of color, and reported that some people were being charged for ordinary repairs and maintenance on top of their normal rent.Advocates Worry Blackstone Sale Will Take Affordable Housing Crisis From Bad to Worse | Lisa Halverstadt and Jesse Marx | May 18, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
According to the Special rapporteur, an especially disturbing trend is the growing rate of executions.A Busy Iranian Regime: Torturing and Executing Prisoners, and Persecuting Women, Gays and Religious Minorities | Ilana Glazer | March 1, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The U.N. rapporteur has called for the lifting of the sanctions, which is what always happens when they begin to bite.
Pour le rapporteur (M. Fauchille) c'est le droit de passage qui prime.Letters To "The Times" Upon War And Neutrality (1881-1920) | Thomas Erskine Holland
On peut compter, avait dit le noble rapporteur, sur le concours loyal et clair des gouvernements trangers.
British Dictionary definitions for rapporteur
a person appointed by a committee to prepare reports of meetings or carry out an investigation
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