Criminal Law Convention On Corruption

Original Language Title: Strafrechtsübereinkommen über Korruption

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Criminal Law Convention on corruption


[Convention in German translation, see annexes]

[Convention in the English language, see equipment]

[Convention in French, see equipment]


The instrument of ratification signed by the Federal President and countersigned by the Federal Chancellor has been deposited on 25 September 2013 with the Secretary General of the Council of Europe; the Convention enters into force in accordance with article 32 para 4 for Austria with 1 January 2014.

On the occasion of the deposit of the instrument of ratification, paragraph 1 of the Convention as a central authority has been notified in accordance with article 29:

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Notifications the Secretary of General of the Council of Europe following more States have ratified the Convention, accepted or acceded to this:

Albanien1, Andorra1, arménie1, azerbaïdjan1, Belarus1, Belgien1, Bosnia and Herzegowina1, Bulgarien1, Dänemark1 (excluding the Faroe Islands and Greenland), the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Estland1, Finnland1, france1, georgia1, Griechenland1, Irland1, Island1, Italien1, Kroatien1, Lettland1, Litauen1, luxembourg1, Malta1, Moldau1, Monaco1, Montenegro1, Niederlande1 (for the Kingdom in europe1 and the Caribbean part of the Niederlande1 (the islands of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba)), Norwegen1, Polen1, Portugal1, Rumänien1, Russian Föderation1 , Schweden1, switzerland1, Serbien1, Slowakei1, Slowenien1, spain1, Czech republic1, Turkey, Ukraine1, Ungarn1, United kingdom1 (including Jersey1), cyprus1.