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STATE RESPONSIBILITY : COMMENTS AND OBSERVATIONS RECEIVED FROM GOVERNMENTS
The internationally wrongful act of a State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Chapter IV. (...) How are they determined? How does this concept differ from the breach of erga omnes obligations? (...) The distinction made in articles 43 and 49 is sensible. The concept of injured State expressed in article 43 is too broad, however.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 2102ND MEETING, HELD ON TUESDAY, 16 MAY 1989 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 41ST SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 1989, VOL 1
It also differed from the remedies included in the concept of reparation in that it pertained to the wrongful act itself, rather than to the legal consequences (ibid., para. 31). Ces- sation was to be ascribed not to the effects of the second- ary rule brought into operation by the wrongful act, but to the continued, normal operation of the primary rule vio- lated by the wrongful conduct. (...) Cessa- tion, however, was a negative concept which, if superim- posed on the other negative concept of omission, made for two negatives.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 1614TH MEETING, HELD ON WEDNESDAY, 18 JUNE 1980 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 32ND SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 1980, VOL 1
Most writers had remained favourable in principle to the admissibility of state of necessity as a justification precluding the wrongfulness of an act, but the number of writers hostile to the applicability of that concept in international law had increased (A/CN.4/318/Add.5 and 6, paras. 70 et seq.). (...) In the latter case, the otherwise wrongful act of a State was not qualified as wrongful because there had been a prior wrongful act by another State. (...) Since draft article 3, para, (a)2 defined the subjective element of an inter- nationally wrongful act of a State, and state of necessity included just such an element, the Commis- sion could not disregard the concept.
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We believe, and we have said in the clearest possible terms, that it was inappropriate – wrong – to address the Palestinian-Israel conflict in this forum.   (...) (ii) With regard to the concept of Semitism, it should be clearly understood that, in actual fact, the Arabs are also Semites and, therefore, no group has the exclusive right to monopolize this concept. (iii) The final document contains wording and concepts that conflict with the provisions of the Islamic Shari’a.  
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 1619TH MEETING, HELD ON WEDNESDAY, 25 JUNE 1980 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 32ND SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 1980, VOL 1
Like state of necessity, self-defence had to be differentiated from the other circumstances that precluded wrongfulness. First of all, the concept of self-defence should be confined to a defensive reaction against an armed attack by another State, and should exclude an attack by private individuals. (...) On the other hand, it should not be thought that self-defence had to be justified by the concept of self-protection or self-help, just as state of necessity was not justified by the concept of self-preservation. (...) On the other hand, that concept of self-protection encom- 1619th meeting—25 June 1980 185 passed both self-defence and the adoption of counter- measures against the State committing a wrongful act.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 15TH MEETING : 6TH COMMITTEE, HELD AT HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, ON TUESDAY, 24 OCTOBER 2000, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 55TH SESSION
Turning to the question of State responsibility, he said that he welcomed the decision to abandon the concept of internationally wrongful acts under international law as were comparable to crimes and delicts under criminal law (original draft article 19). (...) The definition of injury allowing for the right of States to invoke the responsibility of another State for wrongful acts committed against the collective interest was a new and evolving concept in international law. (...) He therefore proposed altering the words “mitigation of State responsibility” to read “mitigation of legal consequences of an internationally wrongful act”. 51. Mr. Lammers (Netherlands) said he could agree to the deletion of the concept of an international crime, which had proved controversial.
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Even the victims have always contributed to their marginalization by their own wrong aims and methods before Colonization, during colonization and, even, after colonization. (...) The terrorists try to polarize the World on a wrong basis: Moslems Vs Christians, etc. This is unacceptable. (...) Elements that have been claiming to act in the name of Islam Nave been the ones taking a wrong position in this conflict - a position of seeking hegemonísm among the people of God.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 2018TH MEETING, HELD ON FRIDAY, 19 JUNE 1987 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 39TH SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 1987, VOL 1
In that way, damage—potential or actual—could be made the central concept, one which would not act as a criterion for drawing a distinction with responsibility for wrongful acts but would help to define the origin of liability without too much concern for differentiating it from responsibility for wrongful acts. 16. (...) The result of that shift in approach was that the concept of liability for injurious consequences arising out of acts not prohibited by international law had faded away to be replaced by that of State responsibility for wrongful acts. Under the latter concept, damage would be com- pensated not on the basis of mere causality, but rather because a State, in failing to fulfil its obligation of prevention, had committed a wrongful act.
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Data quality is a crucial and complex concept for data and statistics. If you want to make data-informed decisions and your data is inaccurate, there is a high chance that you will also make the wrong decision! (...) Examples of data quality issues include inconsistent data, incorrect data, undefined data, disorganized data, duplicated data and incomplete data Vital concepts on data quality are mentioned in the “ Fundamental Principles of Official Statistics ”, impartiality: ‘Official statistics provide an indispensable element in the information system of a democratic society… made available on an impartial basis by official statistical agencies to honor citizens’ entitlement to public information’.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 34TH MEETING : 6TH COMMITTEE, HELD ON THURSDAY, 7 NOVEMBER 1996, NEW YORK, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 51ST SESSION
At the previous session, his delegation had suggested that the concept of international crimes should be excluded from the draft articles on State responsibility, so as to make it possible to focus on the question of responsibility for internationally wrongful acts, or delicts. (...) It should also be pointed out that the concept of State criminality lacked the modalities for implementation. (...) All national legal systems retained some concept of countermeasures as a response to the violation of rights; there was something dangerously utopian in the notion that if only the international system could be developed further, then the concept of countermeasures could be dispensed with altogether.
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