26 announcement of the Federal Chancellor concerning the scope of the Convention on the reduction of statelessness
After the messages of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, following further States have their instruments of accession to the Convention on the reduction of statelessness (BGBl. No. 538/1974, last proclamation of the scope BGBl. III No 87/2006) deposited:
Date of deposit of the instrument of accession:
December 8, 2011
October 25, 2007
August 7, 2008
September 22, 2011
September 25, 2009
New Zealand (including Tokelau)
September 20, 2006
September 20, 2011
June 2, 2011
October 4, 2006
7 December 2011
May 12, 2009 on the occasion of the deposit of the instrument of accession following States have submitted the following observations:
With regard to the instrument of accession to the Convention on the reduction of statelessness, which was closed on August 30, 1961 in New York, the Government declared the Federative Republic of Brazil that is the Federative Republic of Brazil according to article 8 paragraph 3 lit. a sublit. II of the Convention reserves the right to revoke the nationality a person, if she a the basic interests of the Brazilian State in serious way derogatory behaviour on the day.
The Secretary-General would like to share received from the Brazilian Government with on December 18, 2009, following information:
The Brazilian National Congress approved the wording of the Convention on the reduction of statelessness by Decree-Law No. 274 of 4 October 2007. Pursuant to Legislative Decree 274/2007, the text of the Convention, which in article 8 para 3 lit is expressly taking into account. a sublit. II of the Convention granted restriction approved, so that the Federative Republic of Brazil reserves the right to revoke the nationality a person, if she a the basic interests of the Brazilian State in serious way derogatory behaviour on the day. In this context, it is to be noted that the instrument of accession to the Convention, deposited by Brazil on 25 October 2007 with the Secretary-General, paragraph 3 of the Convention, not just stated the above limitation in accordance with article 8.
New Zealand explained that it is paragraph 3 of the Convention reserves the right under article 8, a person her New Zealand citizenship for the following reasons, which foresees New Zealand law at the present time, to evade:
The person, even though they New Zealand citizen and although she is at least eighteen years of age and full legal capacity, has (a) by voluntary and formal act the nationality or citizenship of another State purchased and used a behavior running counter to the interests of New Zealand's on the day or (b) intentionally privileges or duties of another nationality or other civil right, holds it with (s) , perceived in a way contrary to the interests of New Zealand.