Conditions of admission of a state to membership in the United Nations
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Conditions of admission of a state to membership in the United Nations (article 4 of the charter). Advisory opinion of May 28th 1948. by International Court of Justice.

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Published in [Hague] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • United Nations -- Membership

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Pagination160 p.
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15185242M

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3 Institutional Structure and the Position of Members, Conditions of Admission of a State to Membership in the United Nations (Article 4 of the Charter), Advisory Opinion, [] ICJ Rep 57; Competence of the General Assembly for the Admission of a State to the United Nations, Advisory Opinion, [] ICJ Rep 4. In the interpretation it gave of Article 4 of the Charter of the United Nations, in its Advisory Opinion of 28 May , the Court declared that the conditions laid down for the admission of States were exhaustive and that if these conditions were fulfilled by a State which was a candidate, the Security Council ought to make the recommendation which would enable the General Assembly to decide upon the admission. Is a Member of the United Nations which is called upon, in virtue of Article 4 of the Charter, to pronounce itself by its vote, either in the Security Council or in the General Assembly, on the admission of a State to membership in the United Nations, juridically entitled to make its consent to the admission dependent on conditions not. Conditions of Admission of a State to Membership in the United Nations, I.C.J. 57 (May 28); Competence of the General Assembly for the Admission of a State to the United Nations, I.C.J. 4 (Mar. 3).File Size: 1MB.

CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION OF A STATE TO MEMBERSHIP IN THE UNITED NATIONS The International Court of Justice, on A , gave an advisory opinion concerninig the conditions of admission of a state to meembership in the United Nations.1 By nine votes to six it held: that a Member of the United Nations which is called upon, in virtue. Admission of a State to Membership of the United Nations, Conditions for, Case in Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law (3) Length: words View all related items in Oxford Reference». Admission of New Members to the United Nations. Any State which desires to become a Member of the United Nations shall submit an application to the Secretary-General. Such application shall. CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION OF A STATE TO MEMBERSHIP IN THE UNITED NATIONS (ARTICLE 4 OF THE CHARTER) Request for advisory opinion in virtue of Resolution of General Assembly of United Nations of November 17th, 1gReq~eSt-does not refer to actual vote but to statements made by a Member concerningFile Size: KB.

States, would apply for membership in the United Nations. Following the receipt of its application, the Security Council, on 8 January , recommended to the General Assembly that the Slovak Republic be admitted to United Nations Membership. The Slovak Republic was thus admitted on 19 January of that year as a Member State. File Size: KB. The United Nations is neither a State nor a Government, and therefore does not possess any authority to recognize either a State or a Government. As an organization of independent States. Summaries | Conditions of Admission of a State to Membership in the United Nations (Article 4 of the Charter) Links Site search Document search Contact The Court History Members of the Court. Current Members. All Members. Presidency. Statements by the President. Chambers and Committees Judges ad hoc. Conditions of admission of a state to membership in the United Nations (article 4 of the Charter) [The Hague]: [The Court], (Leyden, Holland: A.W. Sijthoff's Pub. Co.) (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: International Court of Justice. OCLC Number: Notes: "No de vente: Sales number [11]"--Unnumb. .