The Status of Palestinian Refugees in International Law

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ANNEX 3 League of Arab States Instruments Concerning Palestinian Refugees1

1. Representative List of League of Arab States Resolutions Dealing with Palestinian Refugees or Palestinians in General

1.1 Resolutions of the Council of the League of Arab States (LASC)
LASC res. 424, 14 September 1952: On dispersed Palestinian families and granting of unified travel documents.
LASC res. 524, 9 April 1953: Issue of unified travel documents for refugees.
LASC res. 714, 27 January 1954: Issue of unified travel documents for
Palestinian refugees (for text, see section 2, below).
LASC res. 715, 27 January 1954: On exempting Palestinian refugees from paying fees for visas and renewal of their passports (sic!).
LASC res. 1946, 31 March 1955: On granting the nationality of some Arab states to Palestinian refugees.
LASC res. 1705, 7 September 1960: Unified travel documents for Pales tinian refugees.
LASC res. 1946, 31 March 1964: On calling for annual conferences of the
Supervisors of Palestinian Affairs in the Arab host states.
LASC res. 2019, 30 September 1964: Treatment of Palestinians as Arab foreigners concerning travel, movement and residency.
LASC res. 2455, 3 September 1968: On facilitating the travel of displaced students and workers from the Gaza Strip by granting them Egyptian travel documents regardless of residence.
LASC res. 2669, 15 September 1970: On encouraging bilateral contacts by the PLO concerning procedures of travel, residency and work.
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All materials In this annex appear in unofficial translation provided by the author, from Andreas Bürner after English translations of the original Arabic exts by Isa Qarra and Rolf van Uye. The Arabic materials have been made available 'by the Palestine Department of the League's General Secretariat in Cairo. The author has greatly benefited from the advice of Dr. Muhammad El Farra, former Assistant Secretary- General of the Arab League for Palestinian Affairs, who participated in the drafting of many of the resolutions.

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