Liability of International Organizations for the internationally unlawful Act: Analytical Study of the Draft Articles of the International Law Commission
One of the general principles in the law is that the physical or moral person takes responsibility in consequence of the act he is practicing. In international law, as well as in national law, the responsibility of persons arises if they engage in unlawful acts. This responsibility has been known in the past, but it has taken a legal framework that is somewhat late due to the recent emergence of some groups, such as international organizations that carry out their work tasks according to their specialization through their functional frameworks, their agents and contractors according to the rules of their establishment. The United Nations International Law Commission has concluded draft of international standards assigning responsibility to the international organizations for their unlawful actions if they breach their obligations. This study aims to explain the criteria for this project and the rules for establishing this responsibility.
Outor, Mahmoud Burhan Dr.
"Liability of International Organizations for the internationally unlawful Act: Analytical Study of the Draft Articles of the International Law Commission,"
مجلة جامعة الإمارات للبحوث القانونية UAEU LAW JOURNAL: Vol. 84:
84, Article 4.
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