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Last update: June 26, 2020

Seventy-second Session (2020)

Documents

The general and limited distribution documents of the International Law Commission (in the “A/CN.4” series) are issued, in all six official languages, as official documents of the United Nations. The Commission’s Summary Records are first made available in provisional form, in English and French only. They are subsequently edited and translated into the other official languages, and published in the Yearbook of the International Law Commission. Some of the Commission’s other documents are also later edited and published in the Yearbook, together with the Commission’s annual report to the General Assembly.

General Documents

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A/CN.4/733 Provisional agenda for the seventy-second session
A/CN.4/734 Topical summary of the discussion held in the Sixth Committee of the General Assembly during its seventy-fourth session, prepared by the Secretariat
A/CN.4/735 Protection of the atmosphere: Comments and observations received from Governments and international organizations
A/CN.4/736 Sixth report on the protection of the atmosphere by Murase Shinya, Special Rapporteur
A/CN.4/737 Provisional application of treaties: Comments and observations received from Governments and international organizations
A/CN.4/738 Sixth report on the provisional application of treaties by Juan Manuel Gómez-Robledo, Special Rapporteur
A/CN.4/739 Eighth report on immunity of State officials from foreign criminal jurisdiction, by Concepción Escobar Hernández, Special Rapporteur
A/CN.4/740 + Add.1 Sea-level rise in relation to international law: First issues paper by Bogdan Aurescu and Nilüfer Oral, Co-Chairs of the Study Group on sea-level rise in relation to international law
A/CN.4/741 Second report on general principles of law by Marcelo Vázquez-Bermúdez, Special Rapporteur
A/CN.4/742 General principles of law: Memorandum by the Secretariat
A/CN.4/743 Fourth report on succession of States in respect of State responsibility, by Pavel Šturma, Special Rapporteur