Rs 0.822.721.6 Convention N O 116 Of June 26, 1961, For The Partial Revision Of The Conventions Adopted By The General Conference Of The International Organization Of The Work In Its First Thirty-Two Sessions, To Unify The Provisions

Original Language Title: RS 0.822.721.6 Convention no 116 du 26 juin 1961 pour la revision partielle des conventions adoptées par la Conférence générale de l’Organisation internationale du Travail en ses trente-deux premières sessions, en vue d’unifier les dispositions

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0.822.721.6 text original Convention n 116 for the partial revision of the conventions adopted by the Conference-General of the international organization of the work in its first thirty-two sessions, to unify the provisions relating to the preparation of the reports on the application of conventions by the Board of Directors of the international Bureau of the work adopted at Geneva on 26 June 1961, approved by the Federal Assembly on October 2, 1962, Instrument of ratification deposited on 5 November 1962 entry into force by the Switzerland for Switzerland on 5 November 1962 (State on August 18, 2010) the General Conference of the International Labour Organization convened in Geneva by the governing body of the international labour office, and having met in its forty-fifth session on 7 June 1961;
After having decided to adopt some proposals on the partial revision of the conventions adopted by the General Conference of the international organization of the work in its first thirty-two sessions, to unify the provisions relating to the preparation of the reports on the application of conventions by the governing body of the international Labour Office;
Whereas these proposals should take the form of an international convention, adopts, this twenty-sixth day of June thousand nine hundred and sixty, and one, the following, which will be referred to as Convention revising the final articles, 1961: art. 1. in the text of the conventions adopted by the International Conference of Labor during its first thirty-two sessions, the final article providing for the submission of a report on the application of the convention, by the Board of Directors of the international Bureau of labor, the General Conference will be omitted and replaced by the following article:...

RS 0.747.343.1, 0.822.711.6, 0.822.712.1/.6, 0.822.713.6, 0.822.713.9, 0.822.715.5, 0.822.719.1, 0.823.11/.111, 0.832.21/.27, 0.832.311.10, 0.832.311.18, 0.837.411/.471 the change can be found at the RO 1962 1404.

Art. 2. any member of the organization which, after the date of entry into force of the convention, communicate to the Director-general of the international Labour Office its formal ratification of a convention adopted by the Conference in its first thirty-two sessions shall be deemed to have ratified that convention as amended by this agreement.

Art. 3. two copies of this Agreement shall be signed by the President of the Conference and the Director general of the international labour office. One of these copies will be deposited in the archives of the international labour office, the other, in the hands of the Secretary-General of the United Nations for registration in accordance with art. 102 of the Charter of the United Nations. The Director general shall communicate a certified copy of this convention to each of the members of the International Labour Organization.

Art. 4-1. The formal ratifications of this convention will be communicated to the Director-general of the international labour office.
2. the present convention will take effect on the date which the ratifications of two members of the International Labour Organization are received by the Director general.
3. from the date of entry into force of this convention as well as the subsequent receipt of new ratifications of the convention, the Director general of the international labour office shall notify this fact to all members of the International Labour Organization and the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
4. any Member which ratifies this convention acknowledges that the provisions of the amended clause set out in art. 1 replace above, as soon as the initial entry into force of this instrument, the obligation of the Board of Directors, under the terms of the conventions adopted by the Conference at its first thirty-two sessions, to present to it, at intervals set by the conventions, a report on the application of each of them and to examine at the same time if there is place to place on the agenda of the Conference the question of its total or partial revision.

Art. 5. Notwithstanding any provision contained in one of the conventions adopted by the Conference in its first thirty-two sessions, the ratification of this convention by a member will not right the denunciation of a any of the said conventions, and the entry into force of the convention will not close any of the said conventions to further ratifications.

Art. 6-1. In the event that the Conference adopt a new convention revising all or part of this agreement, and unless the new convention otherwise: a. the ratification by a member of the new convention would entail full denunciation of this convention, provided that the new convention revising is into force; b. From the date of entry into force of the new convention revising this convention would cease to be open to ratification by the members.

2. the present convention remain in any case in effect in its form and content for members which had ratified and which would not ratify the agreement review.

Art. 7 scope on August 18, 2010 the French and English versions of this agreement are equally authentic.

Scope August 18, 2010 States parties Ratification Declaration of estate (S) entry into force South Africa August 9, 1963 August 9, 1963 Germany October 7, 1963 7 October 1963 Australia October 29, 1963 October 29, 1963 Austria 14 November 1963 14 November 1963 Azerbaijan 19 May 1992 S 19 May 1992 Bangladesh June 22, 1972 S 26 March 1971 Belarus March 11, 1970 11 March 1970 Bolivia 12 January 1965 January 12, 1965 Bosnia and Herzegovina 2 June 1993 S 2 June 1993 Brazil September 5, 1966 September 5, 1966 Bulgaria October 3, 1969 October 3, 1969 Burkina Faso 16 April 1962 16 April 1962 Cameroon 29 December 1964 December 29, 1964 Canada April 25, 1962 April 25, 1962 Cyprus July 20, 1964 July 20, 1964 Colombia March 4, 1969 March 4, 1969 Congo (Kinshasa) September 5, 1967 September 5, 1967 Ivory Coast 2 January 1963 January 2, 1963 Croatia 8 October 1991 S October 8, 1991

Cuba February 5, 1971 February 5, 1971 Denmark July 10, 1962 10 July 1962 Egypt 26 March 1962 March 26, 1962 Ecuador 10 March 1969 March 10, 1969 Spain 17 July 1962 July 17, 1962 Ethiopia 11 June 1966 June 11, 1966 Finland 1 June 1964 June 1, 1964 France June 8, 1967 June 8, 1967 Ghana August 27, 1963 August 27, 1963 Guatemala January 25, 1965 January 25, 1965 Honduras November 17, 1964 November 17, 1964 India 21 June

1962 21 June 1962 Iraq 26 October 1962 October 26, 1962 Ireland February 27, 1963 27 February 1963 Israel may 24, 1963 may 24, 1963 Japan April 29, 1971 April 29, 1971 Jordan July 4, 1963 July 4, 1963 Kyrgyzstan 31 March 1992 S 31 March 1992 Kuwait 23 April 1963 23 April 1963 Lithuania 26 September 1994 September 26, 1994 Luxembourg 4 March 1964 4 March 1964 Macedonia 17 November 1991 S November 17, 1991 Madagascar 1 June 1964

1 June 1964 Morocco November 14, 1962 November 14, 1962 Mauritania November 8, 1963 November 8, 1963 Mexico November 3, 1966 November 3, 1966 Montenegro 3 June 2006 S 3 June 2006 Niger March 23, 1962 23 March 1962 Nigeria June 27, 1962 June 27, 1962 Norway January 22, 1963 January 22, 1963 New Zealand March 1, 1963 1 March 1963 Pakistan 17 November 1967 November 17, 1967 Panama June 19, 1970 19 June 1970 Paraguay February 20, 1969 20 February

1969 Netherlands November 13, 1964 November 13, 1964 Poland 22 April 1964 22 April 1964 Republic Central African June 10, 1963 June 10, 1963 Czech Republic 1 January 1993 S January 1, 1993 Romania 9 April 1965 April 9, 1965 United Kingdom March 9, 1962 9 March 1962 Isle of Man November 30, 1993 30 November 1993 Russia November 4, 1969 November 4, 1969 South Africa November 13, 1967 November 13, 1967 Serbia 24 November 2000 S November 24, 2000 Slovakia 1 January

1993 S January 1, 1993 Slovenia 29 May 1992 S 29 May 1992 Sri Lanka April 26, 1974 April 26, 1974 Sweden April 3, 1962 April 3, 1962 Switzerland November 5, 1962 November 5, 1962 Syria 10 August 1965 10 August 1965 Tajikistan 26 November 1993 S November 26, 1993 Chinese Taipei (Taiwan) 16 November 1962 November 16, 1962 Chad February 5, 1962 5 February 1962 Thailand September 24, 1962 24 September 1962 Tunisia 15 January 1962 February 5, 1962

Turkey September 2, 1968 September 2, 1968 Ukraine June 17, 1970 June 17, 1970 Uruguay, on June 28, 1973 June 28, 1973 Venezuela 16 November 1964 November 16, 1964 Viet Nam 3 October 1994 October 3, 1995 RO 1962 1404; FF 1962 I 1412 RO 1403 1962 RO 1973 1690, 1975 2505, 2002 476 and 2010 3815. A version of the update scope is published on the web site of the FDFA (http://www.dfae.admin.ch/traites).

State on August 18, 2010

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