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APPENDIX

CONVENTION ON THE PREVENTION AND PUNISHMENT OF THE CRIME OF GENOCIDE 1

Adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on Dec. 9, 19482 (Entry into force: Jan. 12, 1951, in accordance with art. XIII. Registration: Jan. 12, 1951, No. 1021. Text: United Nations,

Treaty Series, vol. 78, p. 277)

Ratification, access ion (*), notification of success ion (t)

State

Signature

[blocks in formation]

Sept. 28, 1949
Dec. 11, 1948.
Dec. 11, 1948.
Dec. 12, 1948.
Apr. 27, 1949
Dec. 11, 1948.

Dec. 11, 1948.

Afghanistan.
Albania.
Algeria.
Argentina.
Australia 3
Austria..
Bahamas.
Belgium
Bolivia.
Brazil.
Bulgaria.
Burma.
Byelorussian S.S.R.
Canada.
Chile..
China .
Colombia.
Costa Rica..
Cuba.
Czechoslovakia.
Democratic Kampuchea.
Denmark
Dominican Republic.
Ecuador.
Egypt..
El Salvador.
Ethiopia..
Fiji..
Finland.
France.
Gambia.
German Democratic Republic.
Germany, Federal Republic of 6.
Ghana.
Greece
Guatemala.
Haiti.
Honduras.
Hungary.
Iceland.
India.
Iran.
Iraq..
Ireland.
Israel..
Italy.
Jamaica.
Jordan.
Lao People's Democratic Republic..
Lebanon..
Lesotho.
Liberia.
Mali.
Mexico.
Monaco.
Mongolia.
Morocco.
Nepal.
Netherlands.
New Zealand.

See footnotes at end of table,

Dec. 29, 1949.
June 22, 1949
Dec. 11, 1948.
Apr. 22, 1949.
May 14, 1949
Nov. 29, 1949.
Dec. 8, 1949.

Dec. 21, 1949.
Feb. 8, 1952.
Sept. 28, 1950.
July 1, 1949.
Jan. 11, 1973.t
Dec. 18, 1959.
Oct. 14, 1950.
Dec. 29, 1978.*
Mar. 27, 1973.*
Nov. 24, 1954.*
Dec. 24, 1958.*
Dec. 8, 1954.
Jan. 13, 1950.
Oct. 14, 1950,
Mar. 5, 1952.
Jan. 7, 1952.*
Aug. 29, 1949.
Aug. 27, 1959,
Aug. 14, 1956.
Jan. 20, 1959.*
June 22, 1976.*
Mar. 9, 1950.
June 4, 1952.*
Sept. 23, 1968.*
Apr. 3, 1950.*
Dec. 8, 1950.*
Dec. 17, 1953.
Nov. 29, 1974.*
June 9, 1950.
July 16, 1974.*
July 22, 1952.
Mar. 30, 1950.*
Jan. 5, 1967,
Jan. 24, 1958.*
Jan. 17, 1969.
June 20, 1966.*
Dec. 28, 1978.

Aug. 17, 1949.

Dec. 30, 1949.

Dec. 11, 1948.

Dec. 14, 1948.

Nov. 25, 1949.

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CONVENTION ON THE PREVENTION AND PUNISHMENT OF THE CRIME OF GENOCIDE --Continued

Adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on Dec. 9, 1948 ? (Entry into force: Jan. 12, 1951, in accordance with art. XIII. Registration: Jan. 12, 1951, No. 1021. Text: United Nations

Treaty Series, vol. 78, p. 277)

State

Signature

Ratification, accession (*), notification of succession (t)

Dec. 11, 1948.
Dec. 11, 1948.
Dec. 11, 1948.
Dec. 11, 1948.
Dec. 11, 1948.
Dec. 11, 1948.

Nicaragua..
Norway
Pakistan.
Panama.
Paraguay.
Peru.
Philippines.
Poland.
Republic of Korea.
(Republic of South Vietnam)?.
Romania.
Rwanda..
Saudi Arabia.
Spain...
Sri Lanka.
Sweden..
Syrian Arab Republic.
Tonga.
Tunisia.
Turkey.
Ukrainian S.S.R.
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics..
United Kingdom 8.
United States of America.
Upper Volta..
Uruguay..
Venezuela.
Yugoslavia..
Zaire.
Additions:

Barbados.
Vietnam..

Jan. 29, 1952.*
July 22, 1949.
Oct. 12, 1957.
Jan. 11, 1950.
Feb. 24, 1960.
July 7, 1950.
Nov. 14, 1950.*
Oct. 14, 1950.
Aug. 11, 1950.
Nov. 2, 1950.*
Apr. 16, 1975.*
July 13, 1950.*
Sept. 13, 1968.*
Oct. 12, 1950.*
May 27, 1952.
June 25, 1955.*
Feb. 16, 1972.*
Nov. 29, 1956.
July 31, 1950.*
Nov, 15, 1954.
May 3, 1954.
Jan. 30, 1970.*
Sept. 14, 1965.*
July 11, 1967.
July 12, 1960.*
Aug. 29, 1950.
May 31, 1962.

Dec. 30, 1949.

Dec. 16, 1949.
Dec. 16, 1949.

Dec, 11, 1948.

Dec. 11, 1948.

Dec. 11, 1948.

Jan. 14, 1980.*
June 9, 1981.*

1 For other multilateral treaties concluded in the field of human rights, see chapters V, VII, XVI, XVII and XVIII. 2 Resolution 260 (III), see "Official Records of the General Assembly, Third Session" part I (A/810), p. 174. 3 In a notification made on ratification, the Government of Australia extended the application of the Convention to all territories for the conduct of whose foreign relations Australia is responsible.

4 In a notification received by the Secretary-General on Mar. 13, 1952, the Government of Belgium extended the appli. cation of the Convention to Belgian Congo and the Trust Territory of Ruanda Urundi.

3 Ratified on behalf of the Republic of China on July 19, 1951. See note concerning signatures, ratifications. accessions etc., on behalf of China, Preface, p. iii.

o in a note accompanying the instrument of accession, the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany stated that the Convention would also apply to “Land Berlin."

With reference to the above-mentioned declaration, a communication from the German Democratic Republic was received by the Secretary-General on Dec. 27, 1973. The text of the communication is identical, mutatis mutandis, to that published in footnote 3, 4th par. p. 52.

In this connection, the Secretary-General received from the Governments of France, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America June 17, 1974, and July 8, 1975), the Federal Republic of Germany (July 15, 1974, and Sept. 19, 1975), the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (Sept. 12, 1974, and Dec. 8, 1975) and the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic (Sept. 19, 1974), communications identical in essence, mutatis mutandis) to the corresponding ones reproduced in footnote 3, p. 52. 7 See note 4b, p. 54.

8 In a notification made on accession, the Government of the United Kingdom extended the application of the Convention to the following territories for whose conduct of international relations the United Kingdom is responsible: Channel Islands, Isle of Man; Dominica, Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Vincent; Bahamas, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Falkland Islands and Dependencies, Fiji, Gibraltar, Hong

Kong, Pitcairn, St. Helena and Dependencies, Seychelles, Turks and Caicos Islands. In a notification received by the Secretary-General on June 2, 1970, the Government of the United Kingdom extended the application of the Convention to the Kingdom of Tonga for whose international relations the United Kingdom is or was then responsible.

94TH CONGRESS

2d Session

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SENATE

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Ex. REPORT
No. 94-23

INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON THE
PREVENTION AND PUNISHMENT
OF THE CRIME OF GENOCIDE

Mr. HUMPHREY, from the Committee on Foreign Relations,

submitted the following

REPORT

ON

EXECUTIVE 0, 81st CONGRESS, 1st SESSION

APRIL 29, 1976.-Ordered to be printed

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1976

57-119 0

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS

JOHN SPARKMAN, Alabama, Chairman MIKE MANSFIELD, Montana

CLIFFORD P. CASE, New Jersey FRANK CHURCH, Idaho

JACOB K. JAVITS, New York STUART SYMINGTON, Missouri

HUGH SCOTT, Pennsylvania CLAIRBORNE PELL, Rhode Island

JAMES B. PEARSON, Kansas GALE W. McGEE, Wyoming

CHARLES H. PERCY, Illinois
GEORGE S. MCGOVERN, South Dakota ROBERT P. GRIFFIN, Michigan
HUBERT H. HUMPHREY, Minnesota
DICK CLARK, Iowa
JOSEPH R. BIDEN, JR., Delaware

Par M. HOLT, Chief of Staff
ARTHUR M. Kuhl, Chief Clerk

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