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The Follow-Up To The Terrorist Financing Convention

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The Terrorist Financing Convention was hardly seen as a model for further instruments when it was adopted in 1999. The negotiations on a new protocol to the 1988 Convention on the Suppression of Unlawful Acts (SUA) to the Safety of Maritime Navigation were conducted in the Legal Committee of the International Maritime Organization. Unlike the EU Framework Decision and the SUA Convention, the Council of Europe Convention on the Prevention of Terrorism was not a result of decisions taken immediately after September 2001. The negotiations on the Convention were not initiated until the autumn of 2004 and were concluded in early 2005. The Convention establishes three new offences which all are preparatory in the sense that they can lead to the commission of terrorist offences.

Keywords: EU framework decision; Suppression of Unlawful Acts (SUA); Terrorist Financing Convention



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