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A State desiring to accede to the Convention shall notify its intention in writing to the Secretary-General of the League of Nations and transmit to him the instrument of accession, which shall be deposited in the archives of the League. The drafting of the provisions Article 11 of the Slavery Convention were initiated by a comment of the British Government that the final provisions should conform with other instruments drafted by the League of Nations; as such, the Legal Section of the League put forward draft provisions regarding accession which were used in substance by the Sub-Committee of the Sixth Committee to draft the provisions which appear in Article 11 of the 1926 Slavery Convention.

Keywords: 1926 Slavery Convention; accession



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