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UNITED
NATIONS
E

        Economic and Social Council
Distr.
GENERAL
E/CN.4/Sub.2/1994/18/Corr.1
25 July 1994

ENGLISH ONLY

COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS
Sub-Commission on Prevention of
Discrimination and Protection
of Minorities
Forty-sixth session
Item 8 of the provisional agenda


THE REALIZATION OF ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS
The human rights dimensions of population transfer,
including the implantation of settlers
Progress report prepared by Mr. Awn Shawhat Al-Khasawneh,
Special Rapporteur

Corrigendum

Paragraph 81, lines 5 to 8

The words

that the territory in question was terra nullius, the ousted sovereign not having had title in the first place and the belligerent occupant possessing superior title having acquired it through self-defence

should be within quotation marks.

Paragraph 98, second sentence

The words "excessive onerousness exception" should be underlined.


Paragraph 99, second sentence

The words

serious jeopardy of the political independence or economic stability of the State

should be underlined.

Paragraph 112, first sentence

Delete the underlining.

Paragraph 117, last line

For contest read context

Page 38, footnote 37

For Acquisition of Title in International Law
read Acquisition of Territories in International Law

Page 39, footnote 52

For C.D. Greg read C.D. Grey

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