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SECOND REPORT ON THE IMMUNITY OF STATE OFFICIALS FROM FOREIGN CRIMINAL JURISDICTION / BY CONCEPCION ESCOBAR HERNANDEZ, SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR
The relationship between immunity, on the one hand, and the responsibility of States and the criminal responsibility of individuals, on the other 2. Immunity ratione personae 2.1. The persons who enjoy immunity 2.2. (...) (b) What criteria are used in identifying the persons covered by immunity ratione personae?10 The General Assembly also drew States’ attention to the benefits of providing the Commission with the above information.11 The Special Rapporteur would like to thank the States that responded to those questions in November 2012, during the discussions of the Sixth Committee, for their cooperation. 10. (...) The distinction between immunity ratione personae and immunity ratione materiae 47. The distinction between immunity rationae personae and immunity rationae materiae has been discussed and generally accepted in doctrine, either in those words or as “personal immunity” and “functional immunity”.
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1988 SANCTIONS ADOPTED RES
Confirma que cumplen los criterios de inclusión en la Lista las personas, grupos, entidades o empresas que sean de propiedad directa o indirecta o estén bajo el control directo o indirecto de una persona, grupo, empresa o entidad que figure en la Lista o les presten apoyo de otro tipo; S/RES/2160 (2014) 5/15 14-55589 4. (...) Subraya la importancia de lograr un proceso político amplio en el Afganistán para apoyar la paz y la reconciliación entre todos los afganos, invita al Gobierno del Afganistán a que, en estrecha coordinación con el Consejo Superior de la Paz, notifique al Comité, para su examen, los nombres de personas incluidas en la Lista respecto de los cuales confirma viajes a un lugar o lugares concretos para que participen en reuniones en apoyo de la paz y la reconciliación y dispone que las notificaciones incluyan, en la medida de lo posible, la información siguiente: a) El número de pasaporte o del documento de viaje de la persona incluida en la Lista; b) El lugar o lugares concretos a los que está previsto que viaje cada persona incluida en la Lista y los lugares de tránsito previstos, de haberlos; c) El tiempo, que no superará los nueve meses, durante el cual está previsto que viajen personas incluidas en la Lista; 14. (...) Encarga al Comité que examine sin dilación toda información que indique que una persona cuyo nombre haya sido excluido de la Lista ha reemprendido actividades enunciadas en el párrafo 2, por ejemplo, realizando actos incompatibles con el párrafo 25 de la presente resolución, y solicita al Gobierno del Afganistán o a otros Estados Miembros que, cuando proceda, presenten una solicitud para reincorporar el nombre de esa persona a la Lista; 32.
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DRAFT REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION ON THE WORK OF ITS 65TH SESSION
… Part II Immunity ratione personae Draft article 3 Persons enjoying immunity ratione personae Heads of State, Heads of Government and Ministers for Foreign Affairs enjoy immunity ratione personae from the exercise of foreign criminal jurisdiction. such persons may enjoy in respect of official acts that they perform in a different capacity after they have left office. 11 Draft article 6 read as follows: The temporal scope of immunity ratione personae 1. (...) A/CN.4/L.820 GE.13-61365 5 Draft article 4 Scope of immunity ratione personae 1. Heads of State, Heads of Government and Ministers for Foreign Affairs enjoy immunity ratione personae only during their term of office. 2.
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INFORMACIÓN PRESENTADA POR LA RED DE INSTITUCIONES NACIONALES PARA LA PROMOCIÓN Y PROTECCIÓN DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS DEL CONTINENTE AMERICANO DERECHOS HUMANOS DEL CONTINENTE AMERICANO
En los últimos dos años, según reportes del INACIF, 338 personas fueron estranguladas, 108 de ellas mujeres; y 64 personas fueron decapitadas o desmembradas, 23 de ellas mujeres. (...) Los centros penitenciarios no cuentan con servicios ni atención especializados para personas mayores, personas de la diversidad sexual y de género, mujeres, personas con VIH/sida y otras enfermedades crónicas, por lo que sus derechos y su integridad se ven frecuentemente vulnerados. (...) - Tomar medidas eficaces para: evitar las muertes violentas al interior de los centros penitenciarios; garantizar el derecho a la salud, así como la atención especializada a personas mayores, personas de la diversidad sexual, mujeres, población indígena, y personas con VIH/SIDA y otras enfermedades crónicas privadas de libertad
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 3174TH MEETING, HELD ON FRIDAY, 7 JUNE 2013 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 65TH SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 2013, VOL 1
pArt ii. iMMunity ratione personae Draft article 3. Persons enjoying immunity ratione personae Heads of State, Heads of Government and Ministers for Foreign Affairs enjoy immunity ratione personae from the exercise of foreign criminal jurisdiction. (...) Reservations had been expressed in the Drafting Committee as to whether all persons who enjoyed immunity ratione personae should be treated equally, and there were divergent views on the question of how the acts of the persons enjoying immunity should be characterized. (...) pArt ii. iMMunity ratione personae Draft article 3 (Persons enjoying immunity ratione personae) 27.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 3164TH MEETING, HELD ON WEDNESDAY, 15 MAY 2013 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 65TH SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 2013, VOL 1
Draft article 4, the first of those included in Part Two of the draft articles in which immunity ratione personae was addressed, identified the persons who enjoyed such immunity as Heads of State, Heads of Government and Ministers for Foreign Affairs. (...) With regard to draft article 5, she said that it reflected a position undisputed in the literature and in practice, as well as in case law: immunity ratione personae applied to all acts, both private and official, performed by persons who enjoyed this immunity. (...) She noted that, although there was broad consensus regarding the assertion that immunity ratione personae applied only while the person who enjoyed it held office, terminological ambiguity still persisted in some cases, given the frequent use of the expression “residual immunity”, in other words, the assertion that immunity extended beyond the term of office of the person who enjoyed it in respect of official acts performed by them while in office.
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DRAFT REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION ON THE WORK OF ITS 65TH SESSION
… Draft article 3 Persons enjoying immunity ratione personae Heads of State, Heads of Government and Ministers for Foreign Affairs enjoy immunity ratione personae from the exercise of foreign criminal jurisdiction. (...) (2) Immunity from jurisdiction ratione personae was historically linked to the person of the sovereign, who enjoyed immunity, first, as the holder of sovereignty, and next, as the personification of the State. (...) Noriega, former Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of Panama, could not be included in the category of persons who enjoy immunity ratione personae, dismissing Mr.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 3168TH MEETING, HELD ON WEDNESDAY, 22 MAY 2013 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 65TH SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 2013, VOL 1
Rather than the expansion of the categories of persons that enjoyed immunity ratione personae, it was the ad hoc agreements that should be encouraged. (...) The difference between immunity ratione personae and immunity ratione materiae was that the former flowed from the status of the person under interna- tional law, whereas the latter stemmed from his or her function. (...) The list of persons who had immunity ratione personae was exhaustive, and such immunity could not be extended to other State officials, even those who held high office, who also played a role in international relations or travelled frequently.
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ENFORCED OR INVOLUNTARY DISAPPEARANCES :ADDENDUM
El Grupo de Trabajo saluda la aprobación de la Ley para la Protección de Personas Defensoras de Derechos Humanos y Periodistas. (...) Los años más críticos en Nuevo León fueron de 2010 a 2012, donde se registraron a 709 personas desaparecidas, aunque en 2013 recibimos 121 denuncias de personas desaparecidas, éstas correspondían a hechos sucedidos en años anteriores. (...) Esta situación es particularmente grave por lo que concierne a las personas migrantes desaparecidas en tránsito por México.
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INFORME PRELIMINAR SOBRE LA INMUNIDAD DE JURISDICCION PENAL EXTRANJERA DE LOS
Immunity ratione personae is temporal in nature and ceases once a person leaves office. (...) In that connection, one delegation stated that immunity ratione personae should apply only to persons who held representative posts. (...) However, there are still points of contention, particularly with regard to two key issues: the list of persons who could enjoy immunity ratione personae, and the question of whether immunity is absolute or restricted.
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