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Part V: Final Provisions

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The Final Provisions of Protocol II were adopted in the final phase of the conference almost without discussion and without making allowance for the changes which Protocol II had undergone when the "simplified draft" was taken as its basis. Articles 20-24 and Art. 28 correspond word for word to Arts. 92-95, 97 and 102 of Protocol I and need a commentary only in so far as their application to the special kind of conflict for which rules are given in Protocol II raises special problems. This chapter details Article 19 on dissemination, and provides a brief on Articles 20 to 28, on signature, ratification, accession, entry into force, amendment, denunciation, notifications, and authentic texts, respectively. Some of the provisions of this Part do not totally coincide with the corresponding Articles of Protocol I (Arts. 25-27).

Keywords:accession; denunciation; dissemination; Final Provisions of Protocol II; ratification

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