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X Applicability Of International Nationality Instruments To Palestine

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This chapter examines the validity of some nationality instruments: (1) Convention on Certain Questions Relating to the Conflict of Nationality Laws; (2) Protocol relating to Military Obligations in Certain Cases of Double Nationality; and (3) Protocol relating to a Certain Case of Statelessness, with regard to Palestine before 1948. It starts by looking at the applicability of these instruments from a procedural point of view according to Britains practice regarding the extinction of treaties to territories under its control, particularly its mandated territories. The chapter then reviews the substantive significance of these instruments and their application in Palestine as reflected in Palestinian legislation enacted after the adoption of the nationality instruments. It examines the validity of these instruments in the West Bank and Gaza Strip after the end of the mandate.

Keywords: double nationality; international nationality instruments; military obligations; Palestine; statelessness



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