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Recognition of gross and large-scale violations of human rights as an international crime

Commission on Human Rights decision 1995/111

At its 53rd meeting, on 3 March 1995, the Commission on Human Rights, noting resolution 1994/28 of 26 August 1994 of the Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, decided, without a vote, to request the Subcommission, bearing in mind the work of the other United Nations bodies on this issue, to reconsider its recommendation to appoint a special rapporteur to prepare a report on the recognition of gross and large-scale violations of human rights, perpetrated on the orders of Governments or sanctioned by them, as an international crime.

[See chap. X.]

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