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III.11. Unhcr Executive Committee Conclusion No. 69 (XLIII) 1992 on Cessation of Status

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This chapter deals with the United Nations high Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Executive Committee Conclusion No. 69 (XLIII) 1992 on Cessation of Status. The Executive Committee underlines that an essential element in such assessment by States is the fundamental, stable and durable character of the changes, making use of appropriate information available in this respect, inter alia, from relevant specialized bodies, including particularly UNHCR. It emphasizes that the "ceased circumstances" cessation clauses shall not apply to refugees who continue to have a well-founded fear of persecution. The Executive Committee also recognizes that all refugees affected by a group or class decision to apply these cessation clauses must have the possibility, upon request, to have such application in their cases reconsidered on grounds relevant to their individual case.

Keywords: cessation clauses; Executive Committee; refugee status; UNHCR



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