The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and United Kingdom Law

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APPENDIX II
List of Parties to the First Optional Protocol of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights as at 24 May 1995
Ratification, Ratification,
accession, accession,
succession. succession.
Algeria 12 Sep. 1989 France 17 Feb. 1984
Angola 10 Jan. 1992 Gambia 9 June 1988
Argentina 8 Aug. 1986 Georgia 3 May 1994
Armenia 23 June 1993 Germany 25 Aug. 1993
Australia 25 Sep. 1991 Guinea 17 June 1993
Austria 10 Dec. 1987 Guyana 10 May 1993
Barbados 5 Jan. 1973 Hungary 7 Sep. 1988
Belarus 30 Sep. 1992 Iceland 22 Aug. 1979
Belgium 17 May 1994 Ireland 8 Dec. 1989
Benin 12 Mar. 1992 Italy 15 Sep. 1978
Bolivia 12 Aug. 1982 Jamaica 3 Oct. 1975
Bosnia 1 Mar. 1995 Kyrgyzsten 7 Oct. 1994
Bulgaria 26 Mar. 1992 Latvia 22 Jan. 1994
Cameroon 27 June 1984 Libyan Arab
Canada 19 May 1976 Jamahiriya 16 May 1989
Central African Lithuania 20 Nov. 1991
Rep. 8 May 1981 Luxembourg 18 Aug. 1983
Chile 27 May 1992 Macedonia,
Colombia 29 Oct. 1969 former
Congo 5 Oct. 1983 Yugoslav
Costa Rica 29 Nov. 1968 Rep. Of 12 Dec. 1994
Cyprus 15 Apr. 1992 Madagascar 21 June 1971
Czech Rep. 22 Feb. 1993 Malta 13 Sep. 1990
Denmark 6 Jan. 1972 Mauritius 12 Dec. 1973
Dominican Rep. 4 Jan. 1978 Mongolia 16 Apr. 1991
Ecuador 6 Mar. 1969 Namibia 28 Nov. 1994
Equatorial Netherlands 11 Dec. 1978
Guinea 25 Sep. 1987 Nepal 14 May 1991
Estonia 21 Oct. 1991 New Zealand 26 May 1989
Finland 19 Aug. 1975 Nicaragua 12 Mar. 1980

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