Her Majesty’s Treasury implemented the following corrections from a Corrigenda published to correct Council Regulation (EU) 269/2014:
1. GUZEYEVA Inna Nikolayevna
DOB: 20/05/1971. POB: Crimea a.k.a: (1) GUZEEVA, Inna,
Nikolayevna (2) HUZIEIEVA, Inna, Mykolayivna Address: Simferopol, Lisnevka, 83 Kievskaya Str. apt. 67. Position: Deputy Chair of the Crimea Electoral Commission Listed on: 14/05/2018 Last Updated: 14/05/2018 15/06/2018 Group ID: 13666.
2. BEZRUCHENKO Natalya Ivanovna
DOB: 22/08/1979. POB: Simferopol, Crimea a.k.a: (1) BEZRUCHENKO, Natalia, Ivanovna (2) BEZRUCHENKO, Nataliya, Ivanivna Address: Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Gresovskoe, 5-A Kryzhizhanovskogo str. apt. 64. Position: Secretary of the Crimea Electroral Commission Listed on: 14/05/2018 Last Updated: 14/05/2018 15/06/2018 Group ID: 13667.
For my fellow word nerds, “corrigenda” refers to a list of corrections. A single correction is a “corrigendum.” So, even though only a single document was issued, because there are multiple corrections within it, the proper term is “corrigenda” – in this case.
Mr. Watchlist learned something new…