3 edition of European Convention on Nationality and Explantory Report (European Treaty) found in the catalog.
by Council of Europe Publishing
Written in English,
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Explanatory Report to the European Convention on Nationality Strasbourg, I. Introduction a. Historical background 1. The Council of Europe (1) has dealt with issues relating to nationality(2) for over thirty years.
In the Convention on the Reduction of Cases of Multiple Nationality and Military. European Treaty Series-No. European Convention on Nationality Strasbourg, Preamble The member States of the Council of Europe and the other States signatory to this Convention, Considering that the aim of the Council of Europe is to achieve greater unity between its members.
This Convention embodies principles and rules applying to all aspects of nationality. It is designed to make acquisition of a new nationality and recovery of a former one easier, to ensure that nationality is lost only for good reason and cannot be arbitrarily withdrawn, to guarantee that the procedures governing applications for nationality are just, fair and open to appeal, and to regulate.
The European Convention on Nationality (E.T.S. ) was signed in Strasbourg on 6 November It is a comprehensive convention of the Council of Europe dealing with the law of Convention is open for signature by the member States of the Council of Europe and the non-member States which have participated in its elaboration and for accession by other non-member States.
European Convention, called to draft a new or amend an existing Treaty of the European Union, uniquely composed of representatives of the national Parliaments, of the Heads of State or Government of the Member States, of the European Parliament and of the Commission, as regulated in the Art.
48 (3) of the Treaty on European Union (Lisbon Treaty). Council of Europe Convention on the avoidance of statelessness in relation to State succession 1 (CETS No. ) Explanatory Report The European Convention on Nationality refers in its Article 4 to both these general principles of has a fundamental role in the avoidance of cases of statelessness in relation to State succession.
Article 5. European Convention on Nationality (ETS No. Translations sorted by non-official languages. Note for information - Accession to the Convention on the Reduction of Cases of Multiple Nationality and on Military Obligations in Cases of Multiple Nationality by a State which is not a.
The European Convention on Human Rights: A Commentary is the first complete article-by-article commentary on the ECHR and its Protocols in English. This book provides an entry point for every part of the Convention: the substance of the rights, the workings of Cited by: Subsequently, at its meeting on 11 Decemberthe committee decided – upon my suggestion – that the new title for the joint report should be “Access to nationality and the effective implementation of the European Convention on Nationality”.
Council of Europe Treaty Series - Explanatory Reports documents beginning with P Protocol amending the Convention on the Reduction of Cases of Multiple Nationality and Military Obligations in Cases of Multiple Nationality - Explanatory Report -  COETSER 6 (24 November ).