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Annex V: UN General Assembly Resolution 35/176

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This section talks about the UN general assembly resolution that discussed in the book International Law and Fact-Finding in the Field of Human Rights. The book discusses that the international commissions of inquiry instituted under the two Hague Conventions had certain general characteristics: resort to them was voluntary; they could act only to settle questions of fact in disputes of an international nature involving neither honour nor vital interests; they were temporary bodies established to decide a particular question; they were so constituted as to ensure the predominance of the neutral element; and their report was in no way binding.

Keywords: fact-finding; Hague Conventions; international commissions of inquiry



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