Scope Of The Convention On The Rights Of The Child

Original Language Title: Geltungsbereich des ├ťbereinkommens ├╝ber die Rechte des Kindes

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71. Representing the Federal Chancellor with regard to the scope of the Convention on the Rights of the Child

According to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Montenegro is 23. As of 3 June 2006, the Convention on the Rights of the Child (BGBl) was declared to be effective on 3 June 2006. No 7/1993, last proclamation of the BGBl area. III (No 97/2006)).

According to other communications of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, the following states have their own on the occasion of the deposit of the instruments of ratification. Instrument of accession withheld reservations in whole or in part:

Bosnia and Herzegovina:

On 16 September 2008, the Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina announced its decision to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, the reservation made. 1 on Article 9 (1).

Cook Islands:

On 25 March 2009, the Government of the Cook Islands informed the Secretary-General of the United Nations of its decision to take account of the reservation made at the time of accession. 4 to Article 37.

Germany:

On 15 July 2010, the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany informed the Secretary-General of the United Nations of its decision to make the statements 3 on Articles 9, 10, 18, 22 and 38 (2) and the reservation relating to Article 40 (2) (lit). b (ii) and (v) to withdraw.

The Government of the Federal Republic of Germany also informed the Secretary-General of the United Nations of its decision on 1 November 2010, the reservation 3 to Article 3 (2).

Djibouti:

On 7 December 2009, the Government of Djibouti informed the Secretary-General of the United Nations of its decision to ratify the reservation made at the time of ratification. 3 to withdraw.

Iceland:

On 24 March 2009, the Government of Iceland informed the Secretary-General of the United Nations of its decision to declare the declaration made at the time of ratification. 2 to Article 9.

Qatar:

On 29 April 2009, the Government of the State of Qatar announced its decision to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, the general reservation issued at the time of signature and confirmed during the ratification process. 4 partly to withdraw and, on the occasion of the latter, to declare a reservation on Articles 2 and 14 of the Convention.

Republic of Korea:

16. October 2008, the Government of the Republic of Korea informed the Secretary-General of the United Nations of its decision to ratify the reservation made at the time of ratification. 3 on Article 9 (3).

Liechtenstein:

1. In October 2009, the Government of Liechtenstein informed the Secretary-General of the United Nations of its decision to declare the declaration made at the time of ratification. 4 on Art. 1 and the reservation made in Article 7.

Malaysia:

On 19 July 2010, the Government of Malaysia informed the Secretary-General of the United Nations of its decision to withdraw the reservations made on the occasion of accession to Articles 1, 13 and 15, and the statement of the 4 to change as follows:

With reference to Art. 28 (1) (lit). The Government of Malaysia declares that the Novel of the School Law of 1996 made compulsory primary education in Malaysia compulsory in 2002. In addition, the Government of Malaysia provides financial resources and other forms of support for reference beneficiaries.

Morocco:

19. In October 2006, the Government of Morocco informed the Secretary-General of the United Nations of its decision to make the reservation on the occasion of ratification. 2 Withdraw to Art. 14 and make the following statement:

The Kingdom of Morocco lays down Article 14 (1) of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in the light of the Constitution of 7. October 1996 and the other relevant provisions of its national law shall be as follows:

Art. 6 of the Constitution, which stipulates that Islam is the state religion and that the state guarantees all people the freedom to practise their religion;

Art. 54 (6) of the Law 70-03, "Family Code", which determines that parents owe their children the right to religious orientation and education on the basis of the good amount of money.

Through this declaration, the Kingdom of Morocco reaffirms its commitment to human rights, as recognised in general terms, and its commitment to the objectives of the said Convention.

Mauritius:

On 4 June 2008, the Government of the Republic of Mauritius informed the Secretary-General of the United Nations of its decision to take account of the reservation made on the occasion of accession. 3 on Art. 22.

Switzerland:

On 1 May 2007, the Government of Switzerland informed the Secretary-General of the United Nations of its decision to withdraw the reservations made at the time of ratification. 4 Article 7 (2) and Article 40 (2) are to be withdrawn.

Thailand:

On 13 December 2010, the Government of Thailand informed the Secretary-General of the United Nations of its decision to: 5 to Article 7.

Tunisia:

On 23 September 2008, the Government of Tunisia informed the Secretary-General of the United Nations of its decision, the following statement and reservations. 3 to withdraw:

" Statement:

1.

The Government of the Republic of Tunisia declares that, in order to implement this Convention, it will not take any legislative or statutoric measures which are not in accordance with the Tunisian Constitution.

Reservations:

1.

The Government of the Republic of Tunisia shall declare a reservation in respect of the provisions of Article 2 of the Convention and declare that this will result in the implementation of national laws relating to the status of persons, in particular with regard to: Marriage and inheritance rights, should not be impeded.

3.

The Government of the Republic of Tunisia is of the opinion that Article 7 of the Convention cannot be interpreted as meaning that the implementation of the provisions of national laws relating to nationality, and in particular the provisions of the Convention, cannot be interpreted as meaning that: With regard to the cases where this is lifted, it will be prevented. "

United Kingdom:

On 18 November 2008, the United Kingdom Government informed the Secretary-General of the United Nations of its decision to ratify the following reservations at the time of ratification. 3 to withdraw:

" (c)

The United Kingdom reserves the right, in connection with the entry, stay in or exit from the United Kingdom, of persons who are not entitled under the laws of the United Kingdom to the United Kingdom In the case of the United Kingdom, to enter or reside in it, as well as to apply the laws deemed necessary for the purpose of obtaining and holding citizenship.

e)

If at any given moment in an institution where young offenders are detained, no corresponding accommodation or facilities are available for a particular individual, or if the common accommodation of Adults and children are deemed to be useful for both parties, the United Kingdom reserves the right, Art. 37 lit. c inasmuch as, according to these provisions, children must be accommodated separately in the prison system of adults. "

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