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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 1536TH MEETING, HELD ON TUESDAY, 22 MAY 1979 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 31ST SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 1979, VOL 1
A second wrongful act was thus involved—an act which entailed the responsibility of its author. (...) Tsuruoka (para. 2 above), the dominant State's control would constitute an internationally wrongful act superimposed on the internationally wrongful act committed by the subordinate State and directly entailing the dominant State's responsibility. (...) Nevertheless, it was essential to bear in mind that that matter related to the liability of an individual under international criminal law, which was totally different from the much broader concept of State responsibility. 36. Article 19 of the draft defined certain internation- al crimes and, for the purposes of article 28, one approach might be to specify that, where the interna- tionally wrongful act constituted an international crime, the responsibility should be concurrent and could not be transferred from one State to another.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 2616TH MEETING, HELD ON FRIDAY, 5 MAY 2000 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 52ND SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 2000, VOL 1
It would thus not be wise to abandon that concept. In that regard, the Commission should focus less on the situation of the wrongdoing State than on the injury suffered by a State as a result of the wrongful act of another State. (...) Article 19, entitled “International crimes and inter- national delicts”, was, in his view, the keystone of the draft articles, securing their cohesion. The concept of “interna- tional crime”, which had emerged from the Second World War, referred to State responsibility for the most serious internationally wrongful acts. And there was a single regime of responsibility for the most serious internation- ally wrongful acts and a single regime for other wrongful acts.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 1534TH MEETING, HELD ON FRIDAY, 18 MAY 1979 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 31ST SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 1979, VOL 1
AGO (continued) ARTICLE 28 (Indirect responsibility of a State for an internationally wrongful act of another State)1 (con- tinued) 1. Mr. (...) A more difficult matter concerned the concept of indirect responsibility. It was not simply a matter of deleting the word "indirect", since the article was based on the concept of responsibility of an exception- al kind, involving as it did separation of the act from responsibility for the act. (...) Ushakov (1533rd meeting) disputed the very existence of the concept of indirect responsibility. Yet that concept was recognized, as far as internal law was concerned, in the legal doctrine of all States, and there was every reason that it should obtain recognition in international law too.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 1207TH MEETING, HELD ON WEDNESDAY, 16 MAY 1973 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 25TH SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 1973, VOL 1
It should be clearly under- Stood, however, that one of the consequences of sover- eignty was to make States equal in regard to inter- nationally wrongful acts, and that the concepts of "majority" and "minority" did not exist in international law. 40. (...) International law, however, did not know any concept of that kind. 45. The Special Rapporteur had been right in disposing of the possibility that a component unit of a federal State might be deemed to have committed an internationally wrongful act. (...) ELI AS said thai during the Commission's discussion of the Special Rapporteur's earlier draft in 1970,6 several members had objected to any formulation based on the concept of "capacity" to commit inter- nationally wrongful acts.
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I have been asked to discuss concepts, not conflicts; longer-term principles, not knee-jerk reactions: the way to agree, not the impulse to fight. If you believe that concepts belong to the ivory tower, then I can only plead that I hope to keep both feet firmly on the ground floor. (...) Am I suggesting, then, that we should see both sides of the problem when many believe that one is right and the other is wrong? I am suggesting just that, because both are right and both are wrong.
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I have been asked to discuss concepts, not conflicts; longer-term principles, not knee-jerk reactions: the way to agree, not the impulse to fight. If you believe that concepts belong to the ivory tower, then I can only plead that I hope to keep both feet firmly on the ground floor. (...) Am I suggesting, then, that we should see both sides of the problem when many believe that one is right and the other is wrong? I am suggesting just that, because both are right and both are wrong.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 14TH MEETING : 6TH COMMITTEE, HELD AT HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, ON MONDAY, 23 OCTOBER 2000, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 55TH SESSION
The same paragraph dealt with the necessary causal link between the internationally wrongful act and the injury by referring to “[injury] … arising in consequence of the internationally wrongful act of a State”. (...) At the same time, rejecting the concept would in no way diminish the personal legal responsibility of a person committing an internationally wrongful act. (...) While the question related to jus cogens and erga omnes obligations, the content of those concepts had not been sufficiently clarified, nor was there a clear relationship between them and the concept of serious breaches.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 1533RD MEETING, HELD ON THURSDAY, 17 MAY 1979 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 31ST SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 1979, VOL 1
For that purpose, the concept of partial sover- eignty had been invented—a concept which ought to be rejected, for sovereignty could not be restricted. (...) However, article 28, dealing with the 12 Yearbook of the International Law Commission, 1979, vol. I concept of indirect State responsibility, appeared to depart from the previous internal logic of the structure of the draft because the essential connexion between the State and its responsibility for an internationally wrongful act, namely, attribution of the act to the State on the basis of the exercise of elements of the governmental authority, was missing. 23. (...) In paragraph 2 of article 28, the concept of coer- cion should be further developed in order to demon- strate the nature, degree and level of coercion that would engage the responsibility of the State exercising coercion and might act as a defence for the State perpetrating the internationally wrongful act.
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PLENARY: TUESDAY 17 JULY 2018 (PUBLIC) - A.M.
A further issue related to the very concept of sustainable use of natural resources, or the more overarching concept of sustainable development from which it flowed. (...) It was possible to define the concept of State responsibility under contemporary international law as a bundle of principles and rules of secondary character governing in particular the establishment of an internationally wrongful act and its attribution to a given State, the content and forms of responsibility, and the invocation of the responsibility of a State. (...) He also agreed that the concept of State responsibility should be explained in the commentary.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 2536TH MEETING, HELD ON WEDNESDAY, 27 MAY 1998 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 50TH SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 1998, VOL 1
As to the main issue, namely the concept of crimes of States, he wished first to associate himself with Mr. (...) Though he himself whole- heartedly rejected some of his ideas, he did not think Mr. Ago had been wrong to have them and to press them. 3. He was among those who rejected the concept of crimes of States, and not simply because it was not essen- tial to the Commission’s task, was badly handled in arti- cle 19 (International crimes and international delicts) and could not work without a judicial or quasi-judicial institu- tion that States were in no way prepared to create. He rejected the concept because it was flawed from the start. As Mr.
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