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Retlige Synspunkter Paa De Forenede Nationers Aktion i cOngo1)

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Den fØlgende Artikel falder i tre Afdelinger: I) De Bestemmelser i Pagten, der danner Basis for De forenede Nationers Aktion i Congo, II) De Principper, der har været ledende for De forenede Nationers Styrke under UdfØrelsen af dens Opgave i Congo, og III) De Beslutninger, der i Forbindelse med Congo-Sporgsmaalet er vedtaget af Generalforsamlingens specielle Hastemode. Undersogelsen vil hovedsagelig blive af retlig Karakter og gaar ikke ind paa eller udtrykker nogen Mening om Sagens politiske Side.

Affiliations: 1: De Forenede Nationers Rets-Afdeling


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