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Part VI: Final Provisions

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Most of the Final Provisions (Arts. 92-102) are of a technical nature. The most important provision of this kind is Art. 96 (3). A certain number of the Final Provisions (Arts. 93-95; 100; 101) closely follow the model of the Final Provisions of the four Geneva Conventions. With regard to these Articles the ICRC Commentary to the four Geneva Conventions 1952-1960, gives valid information. The modern interpretation of this article accepts that it should be applied to all types of armed conflicts not covered by common Art. Finally, three articles considerably differ from the respective provisions of the Conventions: Art. 92 on signature, Art. 102 on authentic texts and Art. 99 on denunciation, all of which had to take account of the special problems raised by the inclusion of wars of national liberation into Protocol I.

Keywords:Geneva Conventions 1952-1960; ICRC Commentary; national liberation



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