Which of the following Statements about the Legal Systems of Countries Is Not True

2. This arti­cle shall enter into for­ce when ten Sta­tes Par­ties have made decla­ra­ti­ons in accordance with para­graph I. Such decla­ra­ti­ons shall be depo­si­ted by the Sta­tes Par­ties with the Secreta­ry-Gene­ral of the United Nati­ons, who shall trans­mit copies the­re­of to the other Sta­tes Par­ties. A decla­ra­ti­on may be with­drawn at any time by noti­fi­ca­ti­on addres­sed to the Secreta­ry-Gene­ral. Such with­dra­wal shall not affect the con­si­de­ra­ti­on of a mat­ter which is the sub­ject of a com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on alrea­dy trans­mit­ted in accordance with this Arti­cle; Upon rece­i­pt by the Secreta­ry-Gene­ral of the noti­fi­ca­ti­on of with­dra­wal of the decla­ra­ti­on, no fur­ther noti­fi­ca­ti­on shall be recei­ved from a Sta­te Par­ty unless the Sta­te Par­ty con­cer­ned has made a new decla­ra­ti­on. Which of the fol­lowing was NOT a pro­po­nent of natu­ral law? 4. The elec­tion of the mem­bers of the Com­mit­tee shall take place at a mee­ting of the Sta­tes par­ties to the Covenant con­ve­ned by the Secreta­ry-Gene­ral of the United Nati­ons at United Nati­ons Head­quar­ters. At this Mee­ting, whe­re two thirds of the Sta­tes par­ties to the Covenant con­sti­tu­te a quo­rum, the can­di­da­tes obtai­ning the lar­gest num­ber of votes and an abso­lu­te majo­ri­ty of the votes of the repre­sen­ta­ti­ves of the Sta­tes par­ties pre­sent and voting shall be elec­ted to the Com­mit­tee. 3.

Not­hing in this arti­cle shall per­mit Sta­tes Par­ties to the Inter­na­tio­nal Labour Orga­niz­a­ti­on Con­ven­ti­on on Free­dom of Asso­cia­ti­on and Pro­tec­tion of the Right to Orga­ni­ze, 1948, to take legis­la­ti­ve mea­su­res which infrin­ge the gua­ran­tees pro­vi­ded for in this Con­ven­ti­on or to app­ly the law in a man­ner pre­ju­di­cial to them. 1. No one shall be con­vic­ted of an act or omis­si­on which, at the time it was com­mit­ted, did not con­sti­tu­te an offence under natio­nal or inter­na­tio­nal law. Nor may a penal­ty be impo­sed more seve­re than that in for­ce at the time the offence was com­mit­ted. If, after the offence has been com­mit­ted, the law pro­vi­des for the impo­si­ti­on of the ligh­test penal­ty, the offen­der is enti­t­led to it. (b) Ensu­re that any per­son who exer­ci­ses such a reme­dy is estab­lis­hed by the com­pe­tent judi­cial, admi­nis­tra­ti­ve or legis­la­ti­ve aut­ho­ri­ties or by any other com­pe­tent aut­ho­ri­ty pro­vi­ded for in the legal sys­tem of the Sta­te, and to deve­lop the pos­si­bi­li­ties of judi­cial reme­dy; The inter­de­pen­dent poli­ti­cal, eco­no­mic and legal sys­tems of a coun­try shall form the fol­lowing: 1. The pre­sent Covenant, of which the Chi­ne­se, Eng­lish, French, Rus­si­an, Spa­nish and Spa­nish texts are equal­ly authen­tic, shall be depo­si­ted in the archi­ves of the United Nati­ons. In Rus­sia, in the chao­tic peri­od fol­lowing the col­lap­se of com­mu­nism, an out­da­ted legal sys­tem, cou­pled with a weak poli­ce and judi­cial sys­tem, allo­wed the Rus­si­an mafia to demand “pro­tec­tion money” from busi­ness owners.

Any busi­ness owner who has rebel­led has faced vio­lent repri­sals. This infrin­ge­ment of pro­per­ty rights illus­tra­tes _____. Jud­ges‘ decisi­ons are based on detail­ed legal sys­tems Which of the fol­lowing is con­si­de­red a mat­ter of pri­va­te law? The empha­sis on indi­vi­dua­lism in the United Sta­tes has all of the fol­lowing draw­backs, except: 1. Sta­tes Par­ties under­ta­ke to sub­mit reports on the mea­su­res they have taken to imple­ment the rights reco­gni­zed in the pre­sent Covenant and on the pro­gress made in the rea­liz­a­ti­on of tho­se rights: (a) Wit­hin one year of the ent­ry into for­ce of the pre­sent Covenant for the Sta­tes Par­ties con­cer­ned; 1. Not­with­stan­ding the noti­fi­ca­ti­ons refer­red to in arti­cle 48, para­graph 5, the Secreta­ry-Gene­ral of the United Nati­ons shall com­mu­ni­ca­te to all Sta­tes refer­red to in para­graph I the fol­lowing infor­ma­ti­on: The term “civil law” may refer to legal sys­tems who­se law is based on Roman law. It may also refer to? Which of the fol­lowing state­ments about coun­tries‘ legal sys­tems is NOT true? 1. If a vacan­cy is decla­red in accordance with arti­cle 33 and the term of office of the Mem­ber to be repla­ced does not expi­re wit­hin six mon­ths of noti­fi­ca­ti­on of the vacan­cy, the Secreta­ry-Gene­ral of the United Nati­ons shall so noti­fy any Sta­te Par­ty to the pre­sent Covenant, which may, wit­hin two mon­ths, Sub­mit nomi­na­ti­ons under rule 29 to fill the vacan­cy. 2. The Com­mit­tee shall be com­po­sed of natio­nals of Sta­tes Par­ties to the pre­sent Covenant who are per­sons of high moral cha­rac­ter and reco­gni­zed com­pe­tence in the field of human rights, taking into account the use­ful­ness of the par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on of cer­tain per­sons with legal expe­ri­ence. 2.

Not­hing in this Arti­cle shall affect the con­vic­tion and punish­ment of a per­son for an act or omis­si­on which, at the time it was com­mit­ted, was punis­ha­ble under gene­ral princi­ples of law reco­gni­zed by the inter­na­tio­nal com­mu­ni­ty. 5. The Secreta­ry-Gene­ral of the United Nati­ons shall inform all Sta­tes which have signed or acce­ded to the pre­sent Covenant of the depo­sit of any instru­ment of rati­fi­ca­ti­on or acces­si­on. 2. In elec­ting the Com­mit­tee, account shall be taken of a balan­ced geo­gra­phi­cal dis­tri­bu­ti­on of mem­bers and the repre­sen­ta­ti­on of the various forms of civi­liz­a­ti­on and of the princi­pal legal sys­tems. 2. Amend­ments shall enter into for­ce when appro­ved by the Gene­ral Assem­bly of the United Nati­ons and adop­ted by a two-thirds majo­ri­ty of the Sta­tes Par­ties to the pre­sent Covenant in accordance with their respec­ti­ve con­sti­tu­tio­nal pro­ce­du­res. 3. When amend­ments enter into for­ce, they shall be bin­ding on the Sta­tes Par­ties which have accep­ted them, the other Sta­tes Par­ties remai­ning bound by the pro­vi­si­ons of the pre­sent Covenant and by any ear­lier amend­ment which they have accepted.

Which of the fol­lowing is an examp­le of eth­no­cen­trism? Three values that are at the heart of the Con­fu­ci­an sys­tem of ethics have very important eco­no­mic impli­ca­ti­ons. Which of the fol­lowing is NOT one of them? 3. The peni­ten­tia­ry sys­tem shall inclu­de the tre­at­ment of pri­so­ners, the main objec­ti­ve of which is their reha­bi­li­ta­ti­on and social reinte­gra­ti­on. Juve­ni­le offen­ders are sepa­ra­ted from adults and recei­ve tre­at­ment appro­pria­te to their age and legal sta­tus. Which of the fol­lowing coun­tries does NOT have a com­mon law legal sys­tem? In a _____ eco­no­my, the government plans the goods and ser­vices a coun­try pro­du­ces, the quan­ti­ty in which they are pro­du­ced, and the pri­ces at which they are sold. 3. In deci­ding a cri­mi­nal char­ge against him, ever­yo­ne is enti­t­led, on an equal foo­ting, to the fol­lowing mini­mum gua­ran­tees: (a) to be infor­med prompt­ly and in detail, in a lan­guage he under­stands, of the natu­re and cau­se of the char­ges against him; The mem­bers of the Com­mit­tee and of the spe­cial media­ti­on com­mis­si­ons, which may be appoin­ted in accordance with arti­cle 42, shall enjoy the faci­li­ties, pri­vi­le­ges and immu­nities of experts acting on behalf of the United Nati­ons, in accordance with the rele­vant sec­tions of the Con­ven­ti­on on the Pri­vi­le­ges and Immu­nities of the United Nati­ons. Which of the fol­lowing is a con­se­quence of glo­ba­liz­a­ti­on? (b) Para­graph 3 (a) shall not pre­clu­de the impr­i­son­ment of for­ced labour for the pur­po­se of the impo­si­ti­on of such a penal­ty by a com­pe­tent court in coun­tries whe­re a sen­tence of depri­va­ti­on of liber­ty with hard labour may be impo­sed as a punish­ment for a crime; Will cli­ma­te chan­ge affect what fac­tor in inter­na­tio­nal tra­de? The right to peace­ful assem­bly is reco­gni­zed. The exer­cise of this right may be restric­ted only if it has been impo­sed in accordance with law and if it is necessa­ry, in a demo­cra­tic socie­ty, for natio­nal secu­ri­ty or public safe­ty, public order (ord­re public), for the pro­tec­tion of public health or morals or for the pro­tec­tion of the rights and free­doms of others. the extent to which dif­fe­rent cul­tures socia­li­ze their mem­bers to accept ambi­guous situa­tions and tole­ra­te insecurity.

3 Any Sta­te Par­ty to the pre­sent Covenant which exer­ci­ses its right of dero­ga­ti­on shall immedia­te­ly inform the other Sta­tes Par­ties to the pre­sent Covenant, through the Secreta­ry-Gene­ral of the United Nati­ons, of the pro­vi­si­ons from which it has depar­ted and of the rea­sons for its adop­ti­on. A new noti­fi­ca­ti­on shall be made through the same inter­me­di­a­ry on the day on which the devia­ti­on ends. Ans­wer the fol­lowing ques­ti­ons, then click “Sub­mit” to get your score. (b) to vote and be elec­ted at genui­nely fair elec­tions held by uni­ver­sal and equal suf­fra­ge and by secret bal­lot, ensu­ring the free expres­si­on of the will of the elec­tors; Which of the fol­lowing state­ments is NOT true when it comes to cul­tu­re? 1. In time of public emer­gen­cy which threa­tens the life of the nati­on and the exis­tence of which is offi­cial­ly pro­c­lai­med, Sta­tes Par­ties may take mea­su­res dero­ga­ting from their obli­ga­ti­ons under the pre­sent Covenant to the extent strict­ly necessa­ry in the light of the exi­gen­ci­es of the situa­ti­on, pro­vi­ded that such mea­su­res do not con­flict with their other obli­ga­ti­ons under inter­na­tio­nal law and do not invol­ve discri­mi­na­ti­on on grounds of only on breed. Skin colour, gen­der, lan­guage, reli­gi­on or social ori­gin. When it comes to the jus­ti­ce sys­tem, which of the fol­lowing claims is fal­se? 2.