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

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APPENDIX I
List of Parties to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights as at 24 May 1995
Ratification, Ratification,
accession, accession,
succession. succession.
Afghanistan 24 Jan. 1983 *Czech Rep. 22 Feb. 1993
Albania 4 Oct. 1991 Dem. People's
*Algeria 12 Sep. 1989 Rep. of Korea 14 Sep. 1981
Angola 10 Jan. 1992 *Denmark 6 Jan. 1972
*Argentina 8 Aug. 1986 Dominica 17 June 1993
Armenia 23 June 1993 Dominican Rep. 4 Jan. 1978
*Australia 13 Aug. 1980 *Ecuador 6 Mar. 1969
*Austria 10 Sep. 1978 Egypt 14 Jan. 1982
Azerbaijan 13 Aug. 1992 El Salvador 30 Nov. 1979
Barbados 5 Jan. 1973 Equatorial
*Belarus 12 Nov. 1973 Guinea 25 Sep. 1987
*Belgium 21 Apr. 1983 Estonia 21 Oct. 1991
Benin 12 Mar. 1992 Ethiopia 11 June 1993
Bolivia 12 Aug. 1982 *Finland 19 Aug. 1975
*Bosnia & France 4 Nov. 1980
Herzegovina 1 Sep. 1993 Gabon 21 Jan. 1983
Brazil 24 Jan. 1992 *Gambia 22 Mar. 1979
*Bulgaria 21 Sep. 1970 Georgia 3 May 1994
Burundi 9 May 1990 *Germany 17 Dec. 1973
Cambodia 26 May 1992 Grenada 6 Sep. 1991
Cameroon 27 June 1984 Guatemala 5 May 1992
*Canada 19 May 1976 Guinea 24 Jan. 1978
Cape Verde 6 Aug. 1993 *Guyana 15 Feb. 1977
Central African Haiti 6 Feb. 1991
Rep. 8 May 1981 *Hungary 17 Jan. 1974
*Chile 10 Feb. 1972 *Iceland 22 Aug. 1979
Colombia 29 Oct. 1969 India 10 Apr. 1979
*Congo 5 Oct. 1983 Iran (Islamic
Costa Rica 29 Nov. 1968 Rep.) 24 June 1975
Côte d'Ivoire 26 Mar. 1992 Iraq 25 Jan. 1971
Croatia 12 Oct. 1992 *Ireland 8 Dec. 1989
Cyprus 2 Apr. 1969 Israel 3 Oct. 1991

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