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Basic Considerations Of Humanity In Relation To State Succession

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The numerous conflicts erupted in the post-cold war period responsible for so many victims have generated new needs of protection of the human being, which, in turn, have been taken into account by the evolving International Law, in facing the transformations in the world scenario. In the travaux préparatoires of the 1978 Vienna Convention on Succession of States in Matter of Treaties, the proposal was raised, though not retained, of excluding from the tabula rasa principle multilateral treaties of a normative character mainly the international humanitarian law Conventions as well as treaties of codification and progressive development of international law of general interest to the international community as a whole. The practice of the Human Rights Committee, under the U.N. Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

Keywords: Human Rights Committee; International Community; State Succession



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