Of The Charter Of The United Nations And The Statute Of The International Court Of Justice

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30/1947 Sb.



DECREE



Minister of Foreign Affairs



of 16 December 2002. January 1947



of the Charter of the United Nations and the Statute of the International Court of Justice,

agreed on 26 April. June 1945 United Nations Conference on the

International Organization, held in San Francisco.



127/1965: Sb.



36/1999: Sb.



Change: 36/1999 Coll. (part)



The United Nations Conference on international organization, held in San

Francisco on 25. April-26. June 1945, the States

represented at the Conference, agreed, and on 26 April. June 1945 signed

the Charter of the United Nations, together with the Statute of the International Court of Justice.

Charter of the Statute has been ratified by the President of the Republic on 19 December. September

1945 and the ratification instrument was deposited with the Government of the United States and

of America 19 June 2000. October 1945.



The Charter with the status acquired by art. 110 effect on 24. October 1945.



As the original members of the United Nations have ratified the Charter, the Statute of the

the following States: the Republic of China, France, the Union of Soviet Socialist

republics, United Kingdom of great Britannia and Northern Ireland, United

States of America, Argentina, Brazil, Byelorussian Soviet Socialist

Republic, the Republic of Chile, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, the Republic of

Dominican, Egypt, El Salvador, Haiti, Iran, Lebanon, Luxembourg, New

Zealand, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Filipina, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Syria,

Turkey, Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, Yugoslavia,

Greece, India, Peru, Australia, Liberie, Costa Rica, Colombia,

The South African Union, Mexico, Canada, Panama, Abyssinia, Bolivia, Venezuela,

Guatemala, Norway, the Netherlands, Honduras, Uruguay, Ecuador, Iraq and Belgium.



Subsequently (in accordance with article 4. Charter) as members of the United Nations were

adopted the following States: Afghanistan, Iceland, Sweden and Siam.



The Charter and the Statute have been negotiated in the language of the English, French,

the Chinese, Russian and Spanish. The original lyrics were released fotostatickou

(facsimile), a region of the United States of America; in

The Official Gazette will be notified where this pětijazyčnou publication

zakoupiti.



In the annex to this Decree shall be published an English translation of the Charter and the Statute.



Dr. Clementis v r.



State Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.



THE CHARTER OF THE UNITED NATIONS



WE, THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED NATIONS, BEING DETERMINED TO



uchrániti the future generations of the scourge of war, which twice in our

life has brought untold sorrow to mankind



make a Mormon out again, their faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and

the value of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women and of Nations large and

small,



vytvořiti conditions under which they may be preserved, justice and respect for the

the obligations arising from treaties and other sources of international law and



podporovati social progress and zlepšovati of living in the greater

freedom,



AND TO THE OBJECTIVES OF THE



pěstovati tolerance and live in peace with each other as good neighbors,



sjednotiti forces to maintain international peace and security,



accept the principles and zavésti methods to ensure that the armed forces

It has not been used yet in the common interest, and



battle Dragons of the international mechanism to promote economic and social

the edification of all Nations,



WE DECIDED TO SDRUŽITI THEIR EFFORTS TO ACHIEVE THESE OBJECTIVES.



That is why our Governments through their representatives, who gathered in the city

San Francisco and presented their full powers, found in good and

due form, have agreed on the Charter of the United Nations and establish this

an international organization called the United Nations.



CHAPTER I.



Objectives and principles.



Article 1



The objectives of the United Nations are the following:



1. international peace and security and long life, and to the objectives of the treatment

effective collective measures to prevent threats to peace and odklidila and

offensive actions were zkrušeny neb other breach of the peace, and achieve

by peaceful means and in conformity with the principles of Justice and

of international law, the adjustment or the solution of international disputes, neb

situations which might lead to a breach of the peace;



2. rozvíjeti among Nations friendly relations based on respect for the principle of

equal rights and self-determination of peoples, and other appropriate measures to

the strengthening of world peace;



3. uskutečňovati international cooperation a solution to international problems

the impact of the economic, social, cultural, or humanities and

by promoting and strengthening respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms

for all, without distinction of the breed, sex, language or religion; and



4. the Centre, which would be reported in the compliance of the achievements of the Nations in the

achieving these common goals.



Article 2



Organization and its members, go for the objectives stated in article 1,

will be acting according to these principles:



1. the Organization is based on the principle of the sovereign equality of all its

members.



2. All members shall carry out faithfully the commitments taken pursuant to this

the Charter, in order to ensure rights and together all the benefits of membership.



3. All members of the settle their international disputes by peaceful

resources, so that international peace and security and justice are not

placed at risk.



4. All members to engage in its international relations from the threat of

the use of violence by violence against the neb territorial integrity or political

independence of any State, whether any other way

inconsistent with the objectives of the United Nations.



5. All members shall give the United Nations every assistance organization

every action you take based on this Charter, and they

provide assistance to any State against which the Organization of the United

Nations is taking preventive or enforcement action.



6. the Organization will take care of it, to act according to these principles and States,

that are not members of the United Nations, if it will be necessary to maintain the

international peace and security.



7. nothing in this Charter does not give the Organization of the United Nations

the right to interfere in the affairs which substantially belongs to the internal

the powers of the State, nor does not oblige members to such things only

the solution provided for in this Charter; This policy does not prevent to used the

enforcement measures under Chapter VII.



CHAPTER II.



Membership.



Article 3



The original members of the United Nations, States are zúčastnivše,

United Nations Conference on international organization in San Francisco

or podepsavše before the Declaration of the United Nations from 1 January 2003. January

in 1942, having signed and ratified the Charter in accordance with article 110.



Article 4



1. The organization of the United Nations may be accepted as members

all peaceful States that they adopt the undertakings contained in this Charter

According to the Court, and the Organization are eligible and willing to perform such obligations.



2. On the adoption of each of such a State member of the United Nations shall decide

The General Assembly, on the recommendation of the Security Council.



Article 5



Member of the United Nations, against which was taken by the Security Council

preventive enforcement actions, the neb may be on its recommendations by the General

the Assembly deprived of the exercise of membership rights and privileges. The exercise of these rights and

privileges may be restored by the Security Council.



Article 6



Member of the United Nations, which still violates the principles of this Charter, may

be by the General Assembly, on the recommendation of the Security Council of the Organization of

excluded.



CHAPTER III.



Authorities.



Article 7



1. As the principal organs of the United Nations: the General Assembly shall be set up,

The Security Council, the economic and Social Council, the Trusteeship Council,

International Court of Justice and the Secretariat.



2. pursuant to this Charter may be set up by the subsidiary bodies, which would

have proven necessary.



Article 8



Organization of the United Nations establishes no restrictions on the eligibility of men

and women, when it comes to participate in any capacity in its

the main and auxiliary bodies.



CHAPTER IV.



The General Assembly.



Composition.



Article 9



1. The General Assembly shall consist of all members of the United Nations.



2. Each Member shall have not more than five in the General Assembly representatives.



Tasks and powers.



Article 10



The General Assembly may projednávati all matters neb things that

fit into the framework of the Charter or relating to the powers and duties of the institutions

This Charter, and may-with the exception of the provisions of article 12-

the members of the United Nations, the Security Council and at the same time those of the neb

do the recommendations on all such matters neb matters.



Article 11



1. The General Assembly may pojednávati on the General principles of synergy

for the maintenance of international peace and security, including the principles of

disarmament and arms control adjustment, and can do recommendations

These principles, to the members of the Security Council, and at the same time those of the neb.



2. The General Assembly may projednávati any question relating to

the maintenance of international peace and security, which have been submitted to the

any member of the United Nations or by the Security Council or by the

Article 35, paragraph 2, a State which is not a member of the United Nations, and-with

exception of the provisions of article 12-can all such issues to do

the recommendation of the State or States concerned by the matter, or to the Security Council

at the same time those of the NEB. Any matter in which the action is to be, will be

Shall be referred to the Security Council by the General Assembly either before or

After her.




3. The General Assembly may upozorniti the Security Council to situations that

could ohroziti international peace and security.



4. the power of the General Assembly provided for in this article shall restrict the

the general scope of article 10.



Article 12



1. If the Security Council exercises in case of a dispute or situation

tasks specified by this Charter, the General Assembly does not make any

recommendations to the parties to such a dispute or situation unless the Council

safety so requests.



2. the Secretary-General advise the Security Council with the agreement of the General

the Assembly at each meeting on all matters concerning the conservation

international peace and security, and discussed by the Security Council; and

Similarly, immediately advise the General Assembly or, if it is not in session, the members of the

The United Nations, as soon as the Security Council to stop such things

acting.



Article 13



1. The General Assembly gives the impetus to study and make recommendations to the

the aim,



and to support the international) cooperation in the field of political and

was reinforced by the progress in the development of international law and its codification;



(b)) to support international cooperation in the field of economic,

social and in order to facilitate the implementation of the human rights and fundamental

freedoms for all without distinction of the breed, sex, language, or

religion.



2. the Jinaká responsibility, tasks and powers of the General Assembly in matters of

referred to in paragraph 1 (b) above are set out in chapters IX and X.



Article 14



Subject to the provisions of article 12, the General Assembly may doporučovati

the measures for the peaceful adjustment of any situation of any origin, if

that could ohroziti the general welfare or friendly relations between

Nations, including the situation arising from the fact that they have been violated

the provisions of this Charter, which determines the objectives and principles of the United Nations.



Article 15



1. The General Assembly receives the annual and special reports from the Council

Security and it; These reports include reports on the measures

of which the Security Council decided or which has to be

maintained international peace and security.



2. The General Assembly receives reports from the other organs of the United Nations and

This is about them.



Article 16



The General Assembly shall exercise the guardianship in the system of international

tasks that are specified in Chapters XII and XIII, including

approval of poručenských conventions for areas that are not marked as

militarily important.



Article 17



1. The General Assembly is the budget of the Organization and approves it.



2. the costs of the Organization shall be borne by the members according to the schedule of the usneseného by the General

by the Assembly.



3. The General Assembly shall consider and approve financial and budgetary

the agreement with special authorities concerned in article 57 and shall examine the administrative

the budgets of such special authorities and make them for this purpose,

recommendations.



The vote.



Article 18



1. each Member of the General Assembly shall have one vote.



2. About important matters shall be decided by the General Assembly with a two thirds

majority of the members present and voting. Among such issues are:

recommendations concerning the maintenance of international peace and security,

election of members of the economic and Social Council, the election of members of the Trusteeship Council

referred to in paragraph 1 (c) of article 86, the admission of new members to the organisation

The United Nations, Member rights and privileges, the excretion of the members,

questions about appearances of the Trusteeship System, and budgetary questions.



3. On other issues, including the determination of additional questions about classes

which has to be decided by a two thirds majority, shall be decided

majority of the members present and voting.



Article 19



Member of the United Nations which is in arrears in the payment of its contributions

Organization, does not have a vote in the General Assembly if the amount of the

its arrears equal to the amount of contributions which he is obliged to under the

the preceding two full years, or if it is higher. The General Assembly may

Yet such permit Member to vote if it is convinced that

non-payment is due to circumstances that are not in are members of power.



Control.



Article 20



The General Assembly shall meet in regular annual session and in such a

a special meeting to require ratios. Special sessions shall be convened by

the Secretary-General, at the request of the Security Council or of a majority of the members of

Of the United Nations.



Article 21



The General Assembly shall act on its rules of procedure. Its President elect

for each meeting.



Article 22



The General Assembly may zříditi such subsidiary organs, which is after the

his trial should be to carry out its tasks.



CHAPTER V.



The Security Council.



Composition.



Article 23



1. The Security Council shall consist of fifteen members of the United Nations.

The Republic of China, France, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics,

United Kingdom the great Britannia and Northern Ireland and United States of America

America are permanent members of the Security Council. The General Assembly shall elect

Ten Nations as members of the Security Council, looking appropriately

above all, as members of the United Nations contribute to the conservation of the

international peace and security, to the other objectives of the Organization, as well as

to ensure a fair distribution after the geographical.



2. Non-permanent members of the Security Council shall be elected for a period of two years. When the first

the election of non-permanent members after the increase in the number of members of the Security Council

eleven to fifteen, two of the four other members who shall be elected for a period of

one year. Acting member cannot be immediately as a candidate again.



3. each Member of the Security Council have one representative.



Tasks and powers.



Article 24



1. In order to ensure a rapid and effective actions of the Organization of the United

Nations, entrust one of its members to the Security Council primary responsibility for the

the maintenance of international peace and security and there is no consensus for

the Security Council, in carrying out its obligations under this

liability, it is on their behalf.



2. In discharging these duties the Security Council shall proceed according to the objectives and

the principles of the United Nations. The special powers given to the Security Council for the

the venue of these obligations is established chapters VI, VII, VIII, and XII.



3. The Security Council shall submit to the General Assembly to discuss the annual

and according to the needs and special reports.



Article 25



Among the members of the United Nations is a match that they adopt and meet

the decision of the Security Council under the present Charter.



Article 26



The Security Council has the task to Army Staff Committee,

in article 47 concerned, draw up and submit to the members of the United Nations

plans to build a system for adjusting the arms race, in order to

international peace and security was stable basis and duration and to

When it was transferred to the arms race, at least from what human and economic

resources of the world.



The vote.



Article 27



1. each Member of the Security Council shall have one vote.



2. On matters of procedure shall be decided by the Security Council by an affirmative vote of nine

members.



3. in all other cases shall be decided by the Security Council by an affirmative vote

seven members, in which the voices of all the permanent members; It is understood, however, that when

decisions under Chapter VI, and under paragraph 3 of article 52 in

dispute shall refrain from voting.



Article 28



1. The Security Council is so arranged as to be capable of work

24/7. Each Member of the Security Council is to target at the headquarters

Organisations still represented.



2. The Security Council held a regular meeting, on which each Member

may, if it so desires, be represented by a member of the Government or other

the representative particularly specified.



3. The Security Council may also konati meeting elsewhere than at the headquarters of

Organisations, where after the Court most easy

activity.



Article 29



The Security Council may zříditi such subsidiary organs, which is after the

the Court needed to perform its tasks.



Article 30



The Security Council shall act on its rules of procedure, including the

the method of election of its President.



Article 31



Each Member of the United Nations, which is not a member of the Security Council, may

without the right voice with účastniti any question raised by the debate on the

The Security Council, whenever this is considered that the interests of that Member are

particularly affected.



Article 32



If a party in a dispute to which it is a member of the Security Council of the United

Nations that is not a member of the Security Council or a State which is not

a member of the United Nations, will be invited to vote participated in the

the discussion of the dispute. For the participation of a State which is not a member of the United Nations,

Security Council lays down conditions, what it considers to be correct.



CHAPTER VI.



Peaceful settlement of disputes.



Article 33



1. the parties to the dispute, the duration of which could ohroziti preserve

international peace and security, will be mainly about his usilovati

a solution by negotiation, enquiry, mediation, conciliation, management

the Arbitration Court, by the authorities of the neb the neb arrangements regional or

other peaceful means of their choice.



2. The Security Council, if it considers it necessary, request the parties to

settle their dispute by such means.



Article 34



The Security Council can investigation of each dispute konati, or any situation,

that could lead to international frictions or způsobiti dispute to

decided whether the duration of the dispute or the situation could ohroziti preserve


international peace and security.



Article 35



1. each Member of the United Nations or the Security Council may upozorniti

The General Assembly any dispute, or any situation of the nature at issue in

Article 34.



2. A State which is not a member of the United Nations, can upozorniti the Council

safety or to the General Assembly any dispute to which it is a party,

If it accepts in advance, in terms of the dispute, the obligations of peaceful solution

laid down in this Charter.



3. the proceedings of the General Assembly on matters which were claimed

under this article, shall be governed by the provisions of article 11 and 12.



Article 36



1. The Security Council may in any era of the dispute concerns at issue in

Article 33 or of a similar nature to the appropriate management of the neb doporučiti

the procedure for editing.



2. The Security Council shall take into account all the ways a compulsory procedure, which

the parties have already taken to resolve the dispute.



3. Činíc recommendations under this article the Security Council also

compulsorily taking into account the fact that the general rule of legal disputes are to be

raised on the International Court of Justice in accordance with the provisions of its Statute.



Article 37



1. If the nature of the dispute in article 33 to the parties neurovnají

resources designated in this article, submit it to the Security Council.



2. If the Security Council considers that the duration of the dispute could indeed

ohrožovati maintenance of international peace and security, it shall decide whether

podniknouti an action under article 36 or doporučiti conditions, editing

What would be considered reasonable.



Article 38



Without prejudice to the provisions of articles 33 to 37, the Security Council may, if the

all parties to the dispute, do them recommendations for amicable solution

the dispute.



CHAPTER VII.



Action when threats to peace, breaches of peace and acts of aggression.



Article 39



The Security Council shall determine whether it is a threat to the peace, breach of the or

aggressive performance, and recommend or decide what measures shall be taken

in accordance with articles 41 and 42, to maintain or renewed international peace and

safety.



Article 40



In order to avoid deterioration of the situation, the Security Council, before making

recommendations or decides on the measures laid down in article 39, may

call upon the parties that run, to do justice to the provisional measures,

as it considers necessary or desirable. Such interim measures are not

prejudice the rights, claims, or position of the parties on which it runs. If

such provisional measures will not be served, to the Security Council

It duly into account.



Article 41



To Security Council resolution added efficiency, may decide

What measures other than the use of the armed forces, should be used and can

call upon the members of the United Nations to such measures. Can

between them to be (i) the total or partial interruption of economic relations,

joints of rail, sea, air, postal, telegraphic,

radio or other and cessation of diplomatic.



Article 42



If the Security Council had considered that should the measures referred to in article 41

was not sufficient, or if insufficient showed may

podniknouti such action by air, sea or land forces,

what you need to maintain or renewed international peace and

safety. Among such actions can be even demonstrations, blockade, and

other operations by air, sea or land forces of members of the United

Nations.



Article 43



1. To contribute to the maintenance of international peace and security, all

members of the United Nations undertake to the Security Council on its call

provide the neb specific arrangements under the special armed forces,

assistance and resources necessary for the maintenance of international peace and

security, in that the right of passage.



2. Such or such arrangements shall determine the number and types of forces, their degree of

availability and layout and character of the resources and the assistance to be

supplied.



3. this Agreement shall be taken as soon as possible on the initiative of the Council of

safety. Shall negotiate with the Security Council's members or groups of members and

are subject to ratification by States according to their constitutional signatárních

regulations.



Article 44



If the decision is to use the power of the Security Council, before it prompts the Member

in the Council of nezastoupeného to provide armed forces in fulfilment of the obligations

assumed under article 43, invite him, if it so wishes, to

participation in decision-making of the Security Council on the use of its contingents

of the armed forces.



Article 45



The United Nations could podniknouti an urgent military measures,

keep members of the immediately applicable national air contingents for

associated international law enforcement action. Their strength, degree of readiness

and plans for their combined action specifies the Security Council with the assistance of

the Committee of the army staff, within the limits laid down in the special agreement NEB.

the arrangements concerned in article 43.



Article 46



Plans to use the military power, shall draw up the Security Council with the assistance of

the Committee of the army staff.



Article 47



1. the Committee shall establish the military staffs, to the Council and to help the Council

safety in all aspects of military needs in the Security Council

things maintenance of international peace and security, the use of force and command

the forces provided by her, arms and disarmament possible adjustments.



2. the Committee consists of army staff chiefs of staff of the permanent members of the

The Security Council or their representatives. If the effective implementation of the task

the Committee requires that his works participated in the United Nations in it

Thanks, the Committee continuously ask to participate.



3. The Committee of the army staff under the authority of the Security Council is responsible for

the strategic management of all the armed forces provided by the Security Council.

Questions relating to the command of such forces shall be adjusted later.



4. the Committee of military staffs may mandate the Security Council and after

consultation with the relevant regional authorities zříditi regional subcommittees.



Article 48



1. the necessary Actions to implement decisions of the Security Council for the

the maintenance of international peace and security, undertake all or

Some members of the United Nations, as determined by the Security Council.



2. Such decisions shall be carried out directly by members of the United Nations and its

action in the appropriate international bodies of which they are members.



Article 49



Undertaking environmental impact of measures decided by the Security Council,

members of the United Nations one another mutual assistance.



Article 50



Each State, from which arise the special economic problems arising from the

preventive or enforcement measures against any other Council

the State has the right, whether he is or is not a member of the United Nations, to

Security Council, advised about how to resolve these issues.



Article 51



If there is an armed attack against any member of the United Nations,

Nothing in this Charter is not an obstacle to the natural rights of the individual

or collective self-defence, as long as the Security Council does not make arrangements for

the maintenance of international peace and security. Measures taken by members in the

exercise of this right of self-defence shall be notified immediately to the Security Council and the

without prejudice to this Charter, shall in any way set out the powers and responsibilities

Security Council to take at any time such action as it deems

necessary to maintain or restore international peace and security.



CHAPTER VIII.



The regional agreement.



Article 52



1. nothing in this Charter shall not preclude the existence of a regional agreement, or

authorities for negotiations on the issues of international peace and

security, which is useful for regional action, but with the proviso that

such agreements or institutions and their sloučiti activity with the objectives and

principles of the United Nations.



2. the members of the United Nations, who will perform in such agreement or shall establish

such authorities shall make every effort to submit before the local

disputes to the Security Council, have reached their peaceful solution using

such regional agreements or institutions.



3. The Security Council encourages the development of peaceful conflict resolution

the use of such regional agreements or institutions either at the initiative of States,

concerned, or that it refers to such a solution.



4. This article does not prejudice the application of articles 34 and 35.



Article 53



1. The Security Council, where it is on the site, it will use such regional

agreements for enforcement action, the neb of the institutions under their jurisdiction. However, no

enforcement action will be taken by regional agreements or

regional authorities without the authorization of the Security Council, unless it is a measure

against a hostile State, specified in paragraph 2 of this

the article, as determined pursuant to article 107 or in regional

agreements, pointing to the policy against offensive recovery of such a State, and

it until the Organization at the request of Governments, on which it runs, entrusted with the task of

zabrániti a new attack of such a State.



2. the term "enemy State" used in paragraph 1 of this

article applies to any State that was during World War II

an enemy of any signatory of the present Charter.



Article 54



The Security Council will always be fully notified of any activity,

It is taking or intends to, according to regional agreements or through regional authorities

on the maintenance of international peace and security.



CHAPTER IX.



International economic and social cooperation.



Article 55




In order to create the conditions for ustálenosti and well-being, which are necessary

for peaceful and friendly relations among Nations and are based on respect for

the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples, the United Nations will be

work:



a) for higher living standards, full employment and conditions for

Economic and social progress and development;



(b)) to address international economic, social, health and

related issues and for international cultural and educational cooperation;



(c)) for the general respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms for all

regardless of the breed, sex, language or religion, and for their

conservation.



Article 56



All members have a solemn postupovati together

individually, in cooperation with the Organisací, in order to achieve the objectives of the

set out in article 55.



Article 57



1. various special authorities, set up by the intergovernmental arrangements for a wide

international tasks in the field of economic, social, cultural,

Educational, health and related fields, as specified in the

their constituent instruments, will be listed in relation to the United

the Nations according to the provisions of article 63.



2. the authorities which are listed as follows in relation to the United Nations,

they are referred to as special authorities.



Article 58



Organization gives recommendations for the mutual arrangement of the programs and activities of the

Special authorities.



Article 59



Organisation gives, if that is in place, the impetus to the negotiations, between the participating

States on the creation of new special authorities needed to ensure that

the objectives of the created article 55.



Article 60 of the



Responsibility for implementation of the tasks of the Organization set forth in this chapter

has a General Assembly and under the authority of the economic and Social Council,

whose competence is determined by the provisions of chapter X.



CHAPTER X.



Economic and Social Council.



Composition.



Article 61



1. the economic and Social Council shall consist of fifty-four members

The United Nations elected by the General Assembly.



2. subject to the provisions of paragraph 3 will be voliti per year after eighteen

members of the economic and Social Council for a period of three years. The withdrawing

a member can vote again.



3. At the first election after the increase in the number of members of the economic and Social Council of

Twenty-seven to fifty-four members will be in addition to the members elected in place of

those nine members whose official period in this election is over,

selected twenty-seven additional members. Of these twenty-seven

the additional members will expire at the end of the period of nine official first year and

period at the end of the second year of the next nine, according to the arrangements laid down by the General

by the Assembly.



4. Each member of the economic and Social Council has one representative.



Tasks and powers.



Article 62



1. the economic and Social Council can study and podávati messages konati neb

unto your impulse to studies and reports on international economic matters,

social, cultural, educational, health and related matters and

do all those things the recommendation to the General Assembly, the members of the

The United Nations and the competent special authorities.



2. can do recommendations to the objectives, to encourage respect for the

human rights and fundamental freedoms for all and their conservation.



3. can připravovati and předkládati to the General Assembly proposals for the arrangement

in matters pertaining to its competence.



4. According to the rules laid down by the United Nations svolávati

International Conference on matters pertaining to its competence.



Article 63



1. the economic and Social Council may do the arrangement with any of

the authorities concerned in article 57, stanovíc conditions under which the authority

will be given in relation to the Organization of the United Nations. Such arrangements

subject to the approval of the General Assembly.



2. can pořádati each other special authorities, advisory activity in contact with

them and the recommendations of the dávanými them to the General Assembly and to the members of

Of the United Nations.



Article 64



1. the economic and Social Council may take charge of it, to receive

regular reports from the special authorities. May dohodnouti with the members of

The United Nations and the special authorities to receive messages about what

have taken on the implementation of what has recommended herself or even General

the Assembly in matters falling within its competence.



2. The General Assembly May oznámiti its observations on these reports.



Article 65



Economic and Social Council can provide reports to the Security Council and the

She'll be at her request.



Article 66



1. the economic and Social Council shall perform the tasks that belong to its

the scope of the implementation of the recommendations of the General Assembly.



2. the consent of the General Assembly can konati services request

members of the United Nations and the special authorities.



3. Performs other tasks that are set out elsewhere in this Charter or

It will be determined by the General Assembly.



The vote.



Article 67



1. Each member of the economic and Social Council shall have one vote.



2. the economic and Social Council by a majority of the members present and

voting.



Control.



Article 68



Economic and Social Council shall set up committees in the field of economic and

social, and for the promotion of human rights, as well as other committees that will be

necessary for carrying out its duties



Article 69



If it is a matter of particular interest to any member of the United Nations,

Economic and Social Council invite to make without the right voice participated in

its negotiations on this matter.



Article 70



Economic and Social Council may ujednati to the representatives of the Special

the institutions involved in its deliberations without the right to a voice, as well as her committees

established and that its own representatives participated in the meeting of the Special

authorities.



Article 71



The economic and Social Council may, in an appropriate way the Advisory ujednati contact

with non-governmental organisations that deal with things belonging to her

the scope of the. Such arrangements may be made with international

organisations, and where is it on the site, as well as with national organisations after

consultation with a member of the United Nations, on which it runs.



Article 72



1. the economic and Social Council shall act on its rules of procedure,

including the way the election of its President.



2. the economic and Social Council shall meet as required, in accordance with the

their of the row that contains provisions for convening meetings of the

request of a majority of its members.



CHAPTER XI.



Declaration of nesamosprávných territories.



Article 73



Members of the United Nations, who have or inherit responsibility for the

the administration of the territory, whose people has not yet reached full self-government,

recognize the principle that the interests of the inhabitants of these territories are on the first place, and

be adopted for their sacred duty to the commitment that will be within the system

international peace and security established by this Charter, the most

podporovati their well being and that the objectives of:



and) ensure properly dbajíce the culture of the people, of which goes, its political,

economic, social and educational uplift, fair treatment of

him and his protection from abuse;



(b)) will be rozvíjeti Government, properly look to the political aspirations of the

people and pomáhati him in the progressive development of their free political

the establishment, in accordance with the specific circumstances of each territory and its peoples and

their different levels of development;



(c)) will be to work for international peace and security;



(d)) will be effective measures for the development of zaváděti, stir, and whenever i

wherever appropriate and to specific international bodies, so as to be

practically achieved in the social, economic and scientific objectives in this

the article laid down;



(e)) the Secretary-General will regularly for information zasílati-s

subject to the limitations, which would have demanded security and constitutional considerations-

statistical and other reports of vocational nature of economic, social and

educational situation of the territories for which they are responsible, in addition to the territory of the

which chapter XII and XIII.



Article 74



Among the members of the United Nations is also consensus on the fact that their policies,

as regards the territory to which the provisions of this chapter, as well as with regard to the

their parent State territory must be based on a general principle

good neighbor that will adequately ensure interests and welfare

rest of the world in matters of societal, economic and commercial.



CHAPTER XII.



The system of international guardianship.



Article 75



The United Nations shall establish under its powers of the system of international

guardianship for the management and control of the territory, which this system will be

subject to each subsequent treaties. These territories shall continue to

known as trusteeship.



Article 76



The basic tasks of the Trusteeship System in conformity with the objectives of the United Nations, which

provided for in article 1 of the Charter, are:



and work for) international peace and security;



(b)) podporovati the political, economic, social and educational uplift

the population of the territory of the poručenských and their gradual development to Government or

independence, according to the specific circumstances of each territory and its peoples and

freely expressed wish of the people that are running, and what will be

determined by the provisions of each ward of the Convention;



c) strengthen respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms for all,


regardless of the breed, sex, language or religion, and note that

peoples of the world depend on each other;



(d)) of the East in the field of equal treatment, social, economic and

business to all members of the United Nations and their nationals, as well as

equal treatment with them doing justice, without prejudice to

performance of the tasks referred to above, and subject to the provisions of article 80.



Article 77



1. the Trusteeship system shall apply to the territory of these categories, it will be

subjected to the poručenskými conventions:



and today under the existing) territory mandate;



(b)) territories that will hopefully be kept separate from enemy States as a result

the second world war;



(c)) this system voluntarily subject to the territory of the States responsible for their

Administration.



2. will the things later plays, the agreement that the territories listed categories

will be subjected to the Trusteeship System, and under what conditions.



Article 78



Trusteeship system shall not apply to territories which have become members of the United

Nations because these relationships are based on complying with policies

sovereign equality.



Article 79



About poručenských terms and conditions for each territory, which should be subject to

Trusteeship System, their adjustments and changes, agree with the States directly

concerned, and if the territory under mandate of any member of the United

Nations also power mandate. Approved in accordance with articles 83 and will

Article 85.



Article 80



1. If only so it was agreed by the various poručenskými conventions referred to in

articles 77, 79 and 81 to the agreed upon which each such territory undergoing

Trusteeship System, and after a period of time before such a Convention will be negotiated, no

the provisions in this chapter cannot be interpreted as directly or indirectly,

that somehow modifies any rights of any State neb people or

the provisions of the international conventions, which are members of the

Of the United Nations.



2. paragraph 1 of this article shall not be interpreted as if they had reasons to

delay or delay in negotiations for the conclusion of conventions, the neb conventions governing

subject to a mandate or other territory of the Trusteeship System, in accordance with article 77.



Article 81



Trusteeship Convention will always be obsahovati conditions under which the

Trust Territory administered by the local nobility, and determines which will be vykonávati

administration of the trust territory. Such authorities, hereinafter referred to as the administrative

families can be one or more States neb Organisation itself.



Article 82



In the ward of the Convention may be marked with the neb area the area militarily

the important thing, which may include part of the neb whole trust territory, for

which Convention applies without prejudice to the specific arrangements under the special neb

Article 43.



Article 83



1. All the tasks of the United Nations in the fields of militarily important, in that

approving the provisions of poručenských of the conventions, their adjustments and changes,

shall be exercised by the Security Council.



2. the basic objectives set out in article 76 applies to people of each area

militarily important.



3. subject to the provisions of poručenských conventions and without prejudice to the consideration of

security, the Security Council will use to help the Trusteeship Council

in the fields of militarily important tasks carried out by the United Nations,

resulting from the Trusteeship system relating to political affairs,

economic, social and educational.



Article 84



The Board is required to that end, the nobility to ward of the territory fulfils its

the task of the maintenance of international peace and security. To the objectives of the

the administrative nobility can use volunteer forces, resources, and help

Trust Territory in carrying out the commitments which it made to the

The Security Council, as well as on the local defense and the maintenance of law and order

in the poručenském territory.



Article 85



1. the tasks of the United Nations in the matter of poručenských conventions for all areas

unmarked as militarily important, including the approval of the provisions

poručenských conventions, their editing changes, shall be exercised by the neb, the General Assembly.



2. the Trusteeship Council, acting under the authority of the General Assembly, he will

pomáhati in carrying out these tasks.



CHAPTER XIII.



Trusteeship Council.



Composition.



Article 86



1. The members of the Trusteeship Council are members of the United Nations:



and the members who manage the trusteeship territory);



(b)) of the members listed in article 23 of those who do not manage poručenských

territory; and



(c)) so many other members elected for three years by the General Assembly,

you need to ensure that the total number of members of the Trusteeship

the Council will also be divided among the members of the United Nations, who Ward

manage the territory and those who no do not manage.



2. Each member of the Trusteeship Council shall designate a special person to him lately there

She represented.



Tasks and powers.



Article 87 of the



The General Assembly and Trusteeship Council under the authority of, vykonávajíce

their tasks, they can:



and acting on the reports submitted by) the administrative authorities;



(b)) into the petition and zkoumati is in contact with the Advisory Board

a suzerain;



(c)) zařizovati regular visits in their respective territories in the poručenských

the time limits agreed with the administrative authorities;



(d) the treatment of these and other) acts in accordance with the provisions of poručenských conventions.



Article 88



Trusteeship Council shall prepare a questionnaire on the political, economic, social

and educational development of the inhabitants of each trust territory, which belongs to the

the scope of the General Assembly, he served on the basis of this questionnaire

an annual report.



The vote.



Article 89



1. Each member of the Trusteeship Council shall have one vote.



2. the Trusteeship Council shall be decided by a majority vote of those present and voting.



Control



Article 90



1. the Trusteeship Council shall act on its rules of procedure, including the

the method of election of its President.



2. the Trusteeship Council shall meet as required, in accordance with its rules of procedure

the order, which contains provisions for convening meetings at the request of a majority of

of its members.



Article 91



Trusteeship Council, where appropriate, to assist the economic and social

the Council and the specific authorities in matters that concern them.



CHAPTER XIV.



International Court of Justice.



Article 92



International Court of Justice is the main judicial body of the United Nations.

It operates according to the attached terms of reference that is based on the Statute of the Standing

the Court of international justice and forms an integral part of this Charter.



Article 93



1. All members of the United Nations are ipso facto parties to the

interested in participating in the Statute of the International Court of Justice.



2. A State which is not a member of the United Nations, may stand aside

interested in the Statute of the International Court of Justice, under the conditions in

each case will determine the General Assembly, on the recommendation of the Security Council.



Article 94



1. each Member of the United Nations is committed to acting in accordance with the decision of the

International Court of Justice in any dispute in which it is a party.



2. If a party fails to comply in a dispute of its obligations from the award

decision handed down by the Court, the other party may turn on the Security Council,

which, if it considers it necessary, may doporučiti or decide what

measures have to be taken in order to find an effective he became.



Article 95



Nothing in this Charter shall prevent members of the United Nations to nesvěřovali

the resolution of their disputes other courts on the basis of conventions already in force

or will they just agreed.



Article 96



1. The General Assembly or the Security Council may požádati International

the Court of Justice to give an advisory opinion on any legal question.



2. Other organs of the United Nations and the specific authorities that may

be mandated by the General Assembly at any time, they can also insist on

opinion of the Court on legal questions arising within the scope of their

activity.



CHAPTER XV.



The Secretariat.



Article 97



The Secretariat is composed of the Secretary-General and the officials concerned will be

Organization of potřebovati. The Secretary-General is appointed by the General

the General Assembly, on the recommendation of the Security Council. It is the main administrative

officer of the Organization.



Article 98



The Secretary-General acts in this property on all meetings of the General

the Assembly, the Security Council, the economic and Social Council and Trusteeship

the Council, and shall perform all other tasks entrusted to it by the authorities.

The Secretary-General submitted to the General Assembly an annual report on the activities of the

Organisation.



Article 99



The Secretary-General may upozorniti Security Council to every thing

that may, according to his court ohrožovati maintenance of international peace and

safety.



Article 100



1. The Secretary-General and the officials, vykonávajíce Office, will not be

insist on or into the instructions from any Government or from any other

the Manor outside the Organization. Engage in any action that would

Turning on their position as international officials responsible only to the

Work organization.



2. each Member of the United Nations undertakes that it will dbáti exclusive

the international character of the responsibilities of the Secretary-General and the officials and that the

will not punch served to them in carrying out their task.



Article 101



1. officials shall be appointed by the Secretary-General in accordance with the laws of the

laid down by the General Assembly.



2. Eligible officers permanently allocates the economic and Social Council,

Trusteeship Council, and, where appropriate, to other bodies of the United Nations. Include

to the Secretariat.



3. When receiving officials and deciding on the conditions of service shall be deemed


above all, the need to always be secured by the highest level of performance and capabilities, and

integrity. Will be duly respected the officials were picking at the

the widest possible geographical basis.



CHAPTER XVI.



Miscellaneous provisions.



Article 102



1. every treaty and every international agreement entered into by any

Member of the United Nations after that, when the Charter will take effect,

as soon as possible to register with the Secretariat and published by it will be.



2. the interested Party to the Treaty or international agreement

was not written according to the provisions of paragraph 1 of this article,

dovolávati them before any organ of the United Nations.



Article 103



If there would be a conflict between the obligations of the members of the United Nations in accordance with

the present Charter and their obligations under any other international

arrangements, they have obligations under this Charter.



Article 104



Organization shall enjoy in the territory of each of its members such legal

eligibility, which is to be held to their duties and fulfill its objectives.



Article 105



1. the Organization shall enjoy in the territory of each of its members such privileges and freedoms concerned by

you need to meet your goals.



2. Representatives of the members of the United Nations and officials of the Organization shall enjoy

Similarly, the privileges and freedoms necessary to independently carry out their

tasks associated with Organisací.



3. The General Assembly may do the recommendations when it comes to determining how in

details of the battle dragons to paragraphs 1 and 2 of this article, or may

navrhnouti to the members of the United Nations Convention to target.



CHAPTER XVII.



The transitional measures of security.



Article 106



Before becoming effective of those special issue in article 43 of the Convention, which

Security Council after its court will allow it to carry out its task launched

in accordance with article 42, the parties involved in the four States signed the Declaration

in Moscow, 30 October 2003. October 1943, as well as France, consult in accordance with paragraph

5 this Declaration to each other, and if it is necessary, depending on the circumstances with

other members of the United Nations, for such joint action on behalf of the

Organisations, that would be needed for the maintenance of international peace and

safety.



Article 107



In the case of an action against the State, which was a World War II enemy

any signatory to this Charter, nothing in this Charter does not make such

the action does not prevent defective or when it is taken or approved as

the result of that war by the Governments having responsibility for such action.



CHAPTER XVIII.



Changes.



Article 108



Changes to this Charter will take effect for all members of the United Nations,

When votes will be accepted two-thirds of the members of the General Assembly and to

will be ratified by two thirds of the members of the United Nations čítajíc in it

all the permanent members of the Security Council, in accordance with their constitutional rules.



Article 109



1. the General Conference of the members of the United Nations Charter can the revisi

is the time and place konati, that will be determined by the votes of two-thirds of the General

Assembly and the voices of any of the nine members of the Security Council. Each

the United Nations has one vote at the Conference.



2. any alteration of the present Charter recommended by a two thirds majority,

the vote of the Conference shall take effect when it is ratified by two

thirds of the members of the United Nations, čítajíc in it the permanent members of the Council

safety, in accordance with their constitutional rules.



3. If such a conference before the tenth annual konati

session of the General Assembly, to be counted from the time when the Charter

takes effect, the proposal will be on the convening of such a Conference to put on the agenda of the

This session of the General Assembly and the Conference will konati,

If so decided by a majority vote of the members of the General Assembly and the voices

any of the seven members of the Security Council.



CHAPTER XIX.



Ratification and signature.



Article 110



1. this Charter shall be ratified by States according to their signatárními

the constitutional rules.



2. the instruments of ratification will be composed with the Government of the United States

of America, which shall notify of any composition, as well as all the signatární States

even the Secretary-General of the Organization, to be appointed.



3. this Charter shall become effective composition of ratification of the Republic of

China, France, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the United

Kingdom of great Britannia and Northern Ireland, United States

American and most other signatárních States. The Government will then be

The United States drafted a Protocol on the composition of the instruments of ratification

documents and copies sent to all signatárním States.



4. Signatární States of this Charter, which it will be ratifikovati,

takes effect, they will become original members of the United Nations, from the day

When folds of their respective instruments of ratification.



Article 111



This Charter, of which the Chinese, French, Russian, English and Spanish

text are equally authentic, shall remain deposited in the archives of the Government of the United

States of America. Duly certified copies thereof shall send that Government to the Governments of

other signatárních States.



On the conscience of the representatives of the Governments of the United Nations have signed this Charter.



Done at the city of San Francisco on the twenty-sixth of June in the year one thousand

nine hundred and forty-five.



THE STATUTE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE.



Article 1



International Court of Justice, the establishment of the Charter of the United Nations as the main

the judicial authority of the United Nations, is hereby established and shall work according to the

the provisions of this Statute.



CHAPTER I.



Organization Of The Court.



Article 2



The Court is composed of independent judges, elected, no

of their nationality, of the persons of high moral level that are

eligible to be designated in their respective countries to the highest judicial offices,

or are recognised experts in international law.



Article 3



1. the Court of Justice is composed of 15 members, among which cannot be at the same time two

nationals of the same State.



2. A person who, with regard to the membership of the Court, could be regarded as

for the national more than its State, it is considered that it is a national of a

the State, which usually carries out civil and political rights.



Article 4



1. The General Assembly shall elect the members of the Court and the Security Council from a list of

people, proposed by national groups in the Permanent Court of arbitration,

in accordance with the following provisions.



2. If some members of the United Nations are not represented in the Standing

the Arbitration Court, the applicant shall be proposed by the national group of experts appointed to the objectives of the

their Governments, under the same conditions as are prescribed for members

Arbitration Court, article 44 of the Convention of 1907 haažské about

peaceful solution of international disputes.



3. the conditions under which a State which is a party interested in this

of the Statute, but is not a member of the United Nations, can účastniti the election of members

The Court will be established, if not the specific agreement, by the General Assembly

on the recommendation of the Security Council.



Article 5



1. At least three months before the date of the election shall invite the Secretary-General of the

The United Nations in writing to the members of the Arbitration Court of the States that

are parties to this Statute, and members of the Government group,

appointed in accordance with article 4, paragraph 2, within the time named after

State groups persons eligible to the Office of Member of the Court of ujmouti.



2. The Group may not appoint more than four people and one of them not

more than two people of their own nationality. The number of

candidates proposed by the group cannot be never more than twice

the number of seats to be filled.



Article 6



It is recommended that each State group before making these suggestions,

cope with their Supreme Court of Justice, their law faculties

and schools, the national academies and the national trade unions international

academies, which are concerned with the study of law.



Article 7



1. The Secretary-General shall prepare an alphabetical list of all the persons as follows

the proposed. With the exception of the provisions of article 12, paragraph 2, can be voliti

only those persons.



2. the Secretary-General shall submit this list to the General Assembly and the Council

safety.



Article 8



The General Assembly and the Security Council be carried out independently of each other option

the members of the Court.



Article 9



Every choice they have volitelé that not only each of the people that

to be elected, has to have the necessary capacity, but also that in the choir

as a whole have to be represented in the main forms of civilization and the principal legal

the world's economies.



Article 10



1. you shall be declared elected the candidates who have achieved the overwhelming majority of votes in the

The General Assembly and in the Security Council.



2. With regard to the choice of judges or appointing members of the Committee, which negotiates

Article 12, the Security Council votes, without the difference between permanent and

non-permanent members of the security.



3. If multiple members of the same State as in the vast majority of

The General Assembly, the Security Council shall be considered only

selected the oldest of them.



Article 11



If after the first electoral meeting, one or more locations

vacant, held the second and third meetings if necessary.



Article 12



1. If, after the third meeting of the neb is not yet one more seats occupied,

may be at the request of the General Assembly, the Security Council whenever the neb

formed a Joint Committee of six members, three of whom shall be appointed by the General

the Assembly and three by the Security Council; the simple majority votes selects


one person for each blank space, and yet it will propose to the General

the Assembly and the Security Council for approval.



2. Agree to the mixed Committee unanimously decides to a person who meets the

the necessary conditions can be conceived to his list, even when not in

a list of the proposals referred to in article 7.



3. If the Joint Committee to believe that he fails to bring to pass

option, the members of the Court who have already been elected, will occupy within the time limit,

to be determined by the Security Council, the blanks by choosing from candidates,

who received votes in the General Assembly or the Security Council.



4. In a tie between the judges decided the oldest of them.



Article 13



1. the members of the Court shall be elected for nine years and may be elected again; with that

However, the exception, that the case of the judges elected at the first election, the period shall expire five

of them by the end of the third year and at the end of the era of the second five-sixth year.



2. the judge, whose period expires at the end of the aforementioned initial

periods of three and six years of age, are selected by the Secretary-General immediately after the first election

by lot.



3. the members of the Court hold office until their places will not be

occupied. And then, when they are replaced, will complete all the cases in which

zabývati began.



4. The resignation of a member of the Court to his Office, a message shall be sent to the President of

The Court, in order to give to the Secretary-General. This last notification

abeyance occurs.



Article 14



Uprázdněná places to occupy the same procedure as when you first choice with

subject to the following provision: the Secretary-General shall within one month from the

now, when the abeyance, challenges set out in article 5 and the Council

Security shall determine the day of the election.



Article 15



A member of the Court elected to replace a member whose official period is

not expired shall hold office for the remainder of the period of his predecessor.



Article 16



1. No member of the Court cannot zastávati the political or administrative office or

be in another job that should the nature of the profession.



2. the Doubts be resolved in this matter of Justice in its decision.



Article 17



1. The Court cannot, in any case before the vystupovati Court of Justice, as

an agent, adviser or legal representative.



2. no Member may not have participation in decision-making in the case in which

featured previously for one of the parties as an agent, adviser or

the legal representative of the neb, as a member of a national or International Court

the Commission of inquiry or in any other function of the neb.



3. the Doubts be resolved in this matter of Justice in its decision.



Article 18



1. The Court may not be relieved of his Office, unless in accordance with

the unanimous opinion of the other members no longer meets the necessary conditions.



2. Advise the Secretary of Justice officially Secretary General.



3. this place is uprazdňuje.



Article 19



Zabývajíce with the things the Court, shall enjoy diplomatic privileges and its members

freedoms.



Article 20



Each Member of the Court, before he takes office, solemnly declared in the

public seating that will vykonávati its power impartially and

conscientiously.



Article 21



1. the Court shall elect its President and Vice-President for three years; may be

elected again.



2. the Court shall appoint its Registrar and shall arrange for the appointment and, if other

officials.



Article 22



1. The seat of the Court shall be established at the Hague, which, however, do not preclude the Court nezasedal

and he did not perform his Office elsewhere, whenever it considers it desirable.



2. the Chairman and the Secretary of Justice has its seat at the headquarters of the Court.



Article 23



1. the Court of Justice shall sit still in addition to the judicial vacations, the time and length of

Specifies the Court.



2. the members of the Court shall be entitled to a regular vacation, the time and length of

Specifies the Court.



3. the members of the Court are required to be on hand the Court, unless they are on

vacation or preventing them from participation in disease or any other serious reason, which

properly inform the Chairman.



Article 24



1. If the Court considers that it would not be of any particular

účastniti deciding on a specific reason the dispute, it shall so inform the President.



2. If the President considers that any of the members of the Court did not, for some

special reason zasedati in a particular dispute, notify him about it.



3. If, in this case, the discrepancy between the Member of the Court, and by the President, addresses the

a matter of Justice, in its decision.



Article 25



1. the Court shall sit in a full count, unless the Statute explicitly specifies the

otherwise.



2. Provided that it does not drop the number of judges, who are on hand for

the establishment of the Court, under the order of the Court may 11, plays, that one or

more judges, depending on the circumstances can be exempt from the obligations and alternately

zasedati.



3. Quorum of nine judges is sufficient to establish the Court.



Article 26



1. the Court may from time to time form one or more boards of appeal after three or

more judges, depending on how the Court determines, to deal with certain

categories of disputes; on BC. disputes not work matters and disputes, which

for transport and communications.



2. the Court may from time to time form the Senate to deal with a specific dispute.

The number of judges forming the Court determines such a Chamber, with the consent of the parties.



3. the Panels according to article Act and decide on disputes, if the

the parties so request.



Article 27



Find one of the boards referred to in article 26 and 29 is the finding that made the

Court of Auditors.



Article 28



The boards in accordance with articles 26 and 29 may, with the consent of the parties and zasedati

vykonávati Office and elsewhere than in the Hague.



Article 29



In the interest of the rapid processing of forms of Justice each year on five Senate

judges, who may, at the request of the parties in disputes and acting rozhodovati

abbreviated proceedings. Moreover, it will be selected by two judges to substitute

the judge, who can not zasedati.



Article 30



1. the Court's rules of procedure determines for the performance of its activities. In particular, the

order of the Court.



2. The Court may Order that the Court plays, or of one of its boards of appeal

lay judges sit without a vote.



Article 31



1. the Judges of the nationality of each party will keep the right to zasedati

the dispute brought to the Court.



2. If the Court of Justice shall sit judge of the nationality of one of the parties, the second

Party may disconsolate a person who would bring as a judge. Elects the

especially from people that have been suggested as candidates in accordance with articles 4 and 5.



3. If the Court is not in session, no judge of the nationality of the parties, the

each of them is disconsolate, the judge referred to in paragraph 2 of this article.



4. The provisions of this article shall apply in the case of articles 26 and 29. In such

cases, the President shall invite one neb, if necessary, two of the members of the Court

that make up the Senate to the members of the Court retreated to the nationality of the parties,

on that run, and if there is no such, or if they cannot dostaviti, judges

the parties separately to the elect.



5. If there is a community of several parties in dispute, will be counted if

as to the preceding provisions, for one. Doubts in this

in its decision the Court to resolve the matter.



6. the elect Judges in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 of this article

: conform to the required conditions, must articles 2, 17 (paragraph 2), 20, and

21 of this Statute. Participate in the decision making for full equality with their

colleagues.



Article 32



1. each Member of the Court, receive an annual salary.



2. the President shall receive special annual allowance.



3. the Vice-President receives a special allowance for each day on which the Act

as the President.



4. under article 31 of the elect Judges who are not members of the Court,

receive compensation for each day on which held office.



5. The salaries, allowances and compensation determined by the General Assembly. Cannot

be reduced throughout the period of the official period.



6. The Court shall determine the salary of the Secretary of the General Assembly on the proposal of the Court.



7. the order of the usnesený by the General Assembly shall determine the conditions under which the

provide odpočivné salaries to members and the Secretary-General of the Court, as well as the conditions

under which they paid their travel expenses.



8. The salaries, allowances and compensation are free of tax.



Article 33



The court costs will be borne by the United Nations, so as to decide the General

the Assembly.



CHAPTER II.



The Jurisdiction Of The Court.



Article 34



1. The parties in dispute to the Court of Justice can only be raised by States.



2. subject to and in accordance with its rules of procedure the Court may požádati public

international organisations that gave him messages on the matter raised by the litigation, and

receives such a message, if he is on his own initiative.



3. whenever it comes in some sort of dispute on the Court brought about the interpretation of the constituent

the Act of an international organization or the interpretation of certain international

the Convention, adopted on the basis of this Act, the Registrar shall advise the Court about how

the international organization shall forward to it a copy of the whole, and our written proceedings.



Article 35



1. The States parties to this Statute, shall have the

access to the Court.



2. The conditions under which have access to the Court of Justice of other States, the Council,

Security subject to the provisions in the current treaties, but these

conditions shall not never způsobiti uneven position of the parties before the Court of Justice.



3. When a State is a party to the dispute, which is not a member of the United Nations,

The Court shall fix the amount which that party has přispěti to the cost of the Court.

This provision shall not apply if the State already has a share of the cost

The Court.



Article 36



1. The jurisdiction of the Court comprises all disputes, which the parties

lift up, and all the questions about which is the Charter of the United Nations or

a valid contract and the Convention.



2. the States which are parties to this Statute, may


at any time, make a Mormon out that recognize against any other State, that

accepts the same obligation, binding ipso facto and without special agreement

the jurisdiction of the Court in all legal disputes concerning:



and the interpretation of some of the Treaty);



(b)) any question of international law;



(c)) the fact of any fact which, if established, would be

He set up a breach of any international obligation;



(d) the nature or extent of compensation) for the breach of an international obligation.



3. the Above Declaration in question can be made unconditionally or with

the condition of reciprocity with neb by a certain State or in

a period of time.



4. this declaration shall be deposited with the Secretary-General of the United Nations,

who shall deliver its copies to interested parties to the Statute and the Secretary of the

The Court.



5. A declaration under article 36 of the Statute of the Permanent Court of international

Justice, which are still in force, you must have considered that the

with regard to the parties involved in this Statute, they have adopted a binding

the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice at the time that this

the Declaration have yet to pay through the nose, according to their wording.



6. If a dispute arises as to the jurisdiction of the Court of Justice to resolve your question,

by decision.



Article 37



Whenever a valid agreement NEB. Convention stipulates that a question has

be brought to the Court, which was to be set up By the Nations, or

the Permanent Court of international justice, the issue will be raised, if

as for the parties involved in this Statute, the International Court of Justice.



Article 38



1. the Court of Justice, whose task is to rozhodovati disputes under international law,

that are submitted to it, takes the substrate:



and the International Convention, whatever) General or specific, laying down rules

expressly recognized by States in dispute;



(b)) the international practice as proof of a general practice accepted as law;



(c)), the General principles of law recognized by the civilisovanými peoples;



d) subject to article 59, judicial decisions and doctrine of most

skilled writers of different Nations as an aid for identifying

legal rules.



2. This provision is obstructing the powers of the Court to any dispute

did not decide ex aequo et bono, if the parties agree.



CHAPTER III.



Control.



Article 39



1. The official language of the Court is French and English. If the parties agree

the parties to the dispute being discussed in French, find in

French. If the parties agree, to fight in English, finding

sentence in English.



2. If there is no agreement on the language, which has to be applied, each party may

at the hearing, which the language battle dragons prefer; the decision of the Court

will be issued in French or English. The Court also determines which of the two

texts shall be considered authentic.



3. the Court will allow any party upon its request to use another

a language other than French or English.



Article 40



1. disputes with hovering on the Court according to the circumstances, either by notice

that is about a specific agreement or by filing the pleas addressed to the Secretary-General

The Court. In either case, let there be marked subject matter, as well as the party.



2. The Secretary of the Justice Administration shall send forthwith to all concerned.



3. Give him also a message to the members of the United Nations through the General

the Secretary-General, as well as all the other States that are entitled to

vystupovati in front of the Court.



Article 41



1. If the Court considers that the circumstances so require, shall be entitled to make

marked all interim measures which do need to be on the conservation

the respective rights of each party.



2. Subject to the final decision on the proposed measures can be immediately

report to the parties and the Security Council.



Article 42



1. the parties are represented by agents. They may have before the Court of Justice to

assistance of an adviser or legal representative.



2. agents, advisers and legal representatives of the parties before the Court, enjoy the

the privileges and freedoms, of which they need to independently carry out their

the Office.



Article 43



1. the procedure consists of two parts, written and oral.



2. the written procedure depends on the fact that the Court and the Parties shall forward to the writings,

protispisy and even if replicas; also all the documents and

accompanying documents.



3. the Registrar of the Court shall be sent through in the show, and within the time limits laid down

The Court of Justice.



4. A certified copy of each document to be submitted by one party, be sent to the

with the second.



5. Oral proceedings depends on that Court to hear witnesses, experts, agents,

Advisor and legal counsel.



Article 44



1. In the case of service of any notice to persons other than the agents,

advisors and legal representatives, the Court directly to the Government of the State, on the

the territory has to be transmitted.



2. the same provision shall apply whenever it is necessary to arrange somehow that they are provided with

parades on the spot.



Article 45



The oral proceedings governed by the Chairman, or if the předsedati, Vice Chairman.

If it cannot předsedati any of them, shall be chaired by the oldest of the senior

the judges present.



Article 46



Oral proceedings before the Court shall be public, unless the Court decides otherwise, or

the parties asked that the public was excluded.



Article 47



1. For each trial, the Protocol that leads shall be signed by the Secretary of Justice and the

its Chairman.



2. This Protocol is authentic.



Article 48



Justice plays the regulation on the management of the dispute decides how and when each party

must make final proposals, and arranging things in the accompanying

control.



Article 49



Court may, even before the beginning of the oral proceedings, the call upon the agent to

submit all documents and to supply all explanations. If it is

expressly denied, it detects.



Article 50



The Court may at any time pověřiti of the individual, body, authority, Committee or other

organization that chooses to carry out investigation or dali expert

a testimonial.



Article 51



At the oral proceedings, witnesses and experts, serious questions for

conditions determined by the Court of Justice in a judicial procedure concerned in article 30.



Article 52



When the Court received within the time limit designated for that evidence and parades, may

zamítnouti additional oral or written parades, which offers one of the

party, unless the other agrees.



Article 53



1. If one of the parties fails to appear or not at all when you can defend your

the other party to insist that the Court ruled in favor of its proposals.



2. before doing so, the Court must assure not only that the

in accordance with articles 36 and 37, but also that the claim is based on

the facts and the law.



Article 54



1. when the agents, advisers and lawyers for the management of the Court interpreted the

the Court of its position in the dispute, the President shall declare the oral proceedings for the

closed.



2. the Court removes the consultation about the award.



3. Úrada Court is non-public and remains a secret.



Article 55



1. all questions shall be decided by a majority of the judges present.



2. the equality of votes the Chairman or the judge who

represents it.



Article 56



1. The award shall state the grounds on which it is based.



2. Contains the names of the judges who participated in the decision-making.



Article 57



If the award does not represent in whole or in part the unanimous opinion of

judges, each judge has the right to a different opinion;.



Article 58



The award shall be signed by the Chairman and the Secretary of Justice. Is declared in the public

the seating position, were previously agents properly informed.



Article 59



The Court's decision is binding only on the parties and only with regard to a particular

case.



Article 60 of the



The finding is final and without appeal. If there is a dispute about the meaning or reach of

the award, interpreted by the Court, at the request of either party.



Article 61



1. the application for the award, to be given revisi only when it is based on the

that was discovered some fact of decisive importance that at the time,

When was finding vynášen, was unknown to the Court and the party requesting the revisi,

However, if this ignorance resulted from negligence.



2. the procedure for initiating revisi finding justice, which explicitly finds

There's a new fact, admits her such that justifies

revisi, and declares that, because of this, the application is admissible.



3. the Court may insist that before enabling the revisní control, was granted

the provisions of the award.



4. the application must be submitted to the revisi no later than six months after that,

When the new fact discovered.



5. a request may not be made anymore revisi when uplynule ten years from the

the date of the award.



Article 62



1. If a State had any interest of a legal nature

could be affected by a decision in a dispute of which it is running, the požádati of Justice

for permission to intervene.



2. the Court of Justice to rule on the request.



Article 63



1. whenever it comes to the interpretation of the Convention, in which parties others than those

affected by the dispute, the Secretary of Justice shall forthwith notify all such States.



2. Any State which receives such a notice, has the right to intervenovati in

the proceedings; If, however, it is the interpretation of the findings also

binding.



Article 64



Each Party shall bear its own costs unless the Court decides otherwise.



CHAPTER IV.



Testimonials.



Article 65



1. the Court may credit opinion on any legal question at the request of

any body which is the Charter or under the Charter of the United

Nations shall be entitled to insist on it.



2. Questions about the claimed from the Court opinion, he shall submit the

a written submission accurately vykládajícím the question, which it is, and accompanied


all of the documents that it can objasniti.



Article 66



1. The Court shall notify the Registrar immediately on the request for an advisory opinion to all States

having the right vystupovati in front of the Court.



2. Any State which is entitled to vystupovati in front of the Court, or

International Organization of which the Court is not in session or, if the Chairman

they believe that it can offer on the issue of information, it shall notify

the Secretary of Justice, the special and direct communication that is a Court willing to

within the time limit laid down by its Chairman ye interpretations written or in the public

the seating position to target held vyslechnouti oral interpretations of the question.



3. If the State authorized vystupovati before the Court of Justice, did not get

specific communication concerned in paragraph 1 of this article, you may express

wish that could be předložiti a written interpretation or heard; Court about how

shall decide.



4. the States and organisacím, which filed the written or oral explanations or

both will be allowed to give the go-ahead on the interpretations made in other

States or organisations, in a way, to the extent and within the time limit which

Decides in each individual case, the Court is not in session, to the neb, his

the President of the. Therefore, the Secretary of Justice shall communicate such written interpretations of States in a timely manner

and organisacím, which have presented similar interpretations.



Article 67



The court announces its opinions in a public seat, when he was about this before

informed the Secretary-General and the representatives of the members of the United Nations, other

States and international organisací, which directly concerned.



Article 68



Vykonávaje its advisory task, Justice, governed by the provisions of this

the Statute, which applies in cases of disputed if it is recognised as applicable.



CHAPTER V.



Changes.



Article 69



Amendments to this Statute shall be made by the same procedure, which is intended by the Charter

The United Nations for its amendment, subject to those provisions,

that would be adopted by the General Assembly, on the recommendation of the Security Council in

the case of the participation of States which are parties to this

of the Statute, but not members of the United Nations.



Article 70



Court has jurisdiction to navrhovati changes to this status, that it deems

necessary, by means of written communications to the Secretary-General, to

It was consulted pursuant to the provisions of article 69.