Scope Of The Protocol To Prevent, Suppress And Punish Trafficking In Persons, Especially Women And Children, To The Convention Of The United Nations Against The Gre...

Original Language Title: Geltungsbereich des Zusatzprotokolls zur Verhütung, Bekämpfung und Bestrafung des Menschenhandels, insbesondere des Frauen- und Kinderhandels, zum Übereinkommen der Vereinten Nationen gegen die gre...

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142. public announcement of the Federal Chancellor concerning the scope of the Protocol to prevent, Suppress and punish trafficking in persons, especially women and children, to the United Nations against the transnational organized crime Convention

After release of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, following further States have their instruments of ratification or accession to the Protocol to prevent, Suppress and punish trafficking in persons, especially women and children, to the United Nations against the transnational organized crime Convention (BGBl. III No. 220/2005, last proclamation of the scope BGBl. III No. 78/2009) deposited:

 



States:



Date of deposit of the instrument of ratification or instrument of accession:



Antigua and Barbuda



February 17, 2010



China



February 8, 2010



Gabon



September 22, 2010



Greece



January 11, 2011



Haiti



April 19, 2011



India



May 5, 2011



Indonesia



September 28, 2009



Ireland



June 17, 2010



Iceland



June 22, 2010



Morocco



April 25, 2011



San Marino



July 20, 2010



St. Vincent and the Grenadines



October 29, 2010



Timor-Leste



November 9, 2009



Chad



August 18, 2009 on the occasion of the deposit of their instruments of ratification or accession have following States expressed the following reservations and declarations:

China:

Reservation of rights:

The people's Republic of China considered paragraph 2 of the Protocol is on article 15 bound.

Definition:

Unless otherwise communicated by the Government, the Protocol does not apply to the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong of the people's Republic of China.

Greece:

Reservation of rights:

The Greek Government ratified the article 13 of the additional protocol for the prevention, control and punishment of trafficking in persons, especially women and children, without prejudice to Article 9A and article 19 (3) of the Constitution, 8 (1) of the European Convention of on human rights, 436-457 of the code of criminal procedure and 352 B of the Penal Code, supplemented by article 2 (12) of the Act of 3625/2007 (State Gazette 290A), Law 2472/1997, amended by article 8 of the law of 2819/2000 (State Gazette 84A) , 10 of the law of 3090/2002 (State Gazette 329A) and 8 of the law 3625/2007, law 3471/2006 (State Gazette 133A) and Presidential Decree 47/2005 (Official Gazette 64A).

Indonesia:

Definition:

The Government of the Republic of Indonesia declares that the provisions of article 5 paragraph 2 lit. c of the Protocol must be implemented in strict accordance with the principle of sovereignty and territorial integrity of a State.

Reservation of rights:

The Government of the Republic of Indonesia tells its reservation, not to be bound by the provision of article 15 paragraph 2 and takes the position that disputes relating to the interpretation and application of the Protocol, which were not settled through the channel provided for in paragraph 1 of that article, International Court of Justice can be referred to only with the participation of all parties to the.

 

Further releases of the Secretary-General of the United Nations according to following States have declared following reservations or made declarations:

Niederlande1:

After a change in the internal constitutional relations within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, with effect from October 10, 2010, apply the Protocol in the Caribbean part of the Netherlands (Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba).

Syrien2:

Reservations:

The Syrian Arab Republic declared reservations to article 7 para 1 and article 15 paragraph 2 of the Protocol to prevent, Suppress and punish trafficking in persons, especially women and children.

Definition:

The Government of the Syrian Arab Republic creates article 6 para 3 lit. out of the Protocol to prevent, Suppress and punish trafficking in persons, especially women and children as follows: "Reasonable accommodation" means "Ensuring adequate shelters for victims of trafficking as well as be returned until they in their countries".

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