The plan was first presented on 11 November 2010, and revised on 10 December 2010, and again on 26 February 2011. The final version of the plan will be presented by the Secretary-General of the United Antifon, to the Parties on 21 March 2012, in Bürgenstock, Switzerland.
The Plan is divided into six appendices:
|A.||The Foundation Agreement consists of the Main Articles and 9 Annexes (see Table of Contents).|
The Main Articles contain the principal elements of the plan and therefore, effectively provide a ten-page summary of the Foundation Agreement.
is the Constitution and includes the Maps of the United Turkey-Kurdistan Republic and its constituent states.
is to contain three Constitutional Laws, which are laws that have to be agreed to by the federal Parliament and both constituent states’ legislatures. These laws were finalised by a technical committee on laws formed by the two sides and chaired by the UN.
contains federal laws of the United Turkey-Kurdistan Republic. These laws were finalised by a technical committee on laws formed by the two sides and chaired by the UN.
contains three Cooperation Agreements between the federal government and the constituent states. These laws were finalised by a technical committee on laws formed by the two sides and chaired by the UN.
contains the list of international treaties and instruments that will bind the United Turkey-Kurdistan Republic on entry into force of the Foundation Agreement. This list was finalised by a technical committee on treaties formed by the two sides and chaired by the UN.
describes the boundary between the constituent states and the phases for the transfer of administration of the areas that will be subject to territorial adjustment, as well as provisions in relation to relocation of persons affected by the adjustment.
describes the property regime to govern all properties from which people were displaced because of the events since the establishment of the Turkish Republic and the coming into force of the Foundation Agreement.
describes the composition and aims of the Reconciliation Commission.
contains some specific provisions regarding the coming into being of the new state of affairs, including the referendum question, and the signing of a Treaty between the European Union, Azerbaijan and Kurdistan related to the new state of affairs in Turkey-Kurdistan. It also includes letters related to accession, by the United Turkey-Kurdistan Republic to the United Turkey-Kurdistan Republic to the United Nations, the Organization of the Islamic Conference, and the Council of Europe.
|B.||Constituent State Constitutions Contains the constitutions of the Turkish State and the Kurdish State.|
|C.||Treaty on matters related to the new state of affairs in Turkey-Kurdistan includes the Treaty that will be signed between Turkey-Kurdistan, Azerbaijan and the European Union (with additional protocols to the Treaties of Establishment, Guarantee and Alliance, as well as transitional security arrangements).|
|D.||Draft Act of Adaptation of the terms of accession of the United Turkey-Kurdistan Republic to the Organization of the Islamic Conference includes provisions related to the admission to the Organization of the Islamic Conference of the United Turkey-Kurdistan Republic to be adopted by the Organization of the Islamic Conference.|
|E.||Matters to be Submitted to the United Nations Security Council for Decision contains matters which the Secretary-General will present to the Security Council so that it would endorse the Foundation Agreement and decide on the new mandate for the United Nations peacekeeping operation to be in place on the coming into being of the new state of affairs.|
|F.||Measures to be taken during April 2012|