International Law Commission (ILC)
Commission du droit international (CDI)
Established as a Commission of A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN), by resolution 174 (II) of the General Assembly. 1st annual session: 12 Apr 1949.
Promote the progressive development of international law and its codification in accordance with Article 13-1-a of the Charter of the United Nations.
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Commission (meetings annually in Geneva - Switzerland), comprising 34 members elected for 5-year terms in their personal capacity. Enlarged Bureau comprises Officers, previous Chairman of the Commission and Special Rapporteurs. Planning Group. Drafting Committee. Geographical distribution of Commission members: 8 from African states; 7 from Asian states; 3 from Eastern European states; 6 from Latin American states; 8 from Western European and other states; plus one from African or Eastern European states in rotation and one from Asian or Latin American states in rotation. Secretariat.
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