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Ion Diaconu

by other human rights treaty bodies. The activity of codification of international law, undertaken by the International Law Commission, is also relevant; for instance, the draft articles adopted by the Commission in 2007 on diplomatic protection (recommended to the States by the resolution of the General Assembly no. 62/​67 of 6 December 2007), connecting diplomatic protection with State responsibility, is clarifying some aspects concerning the protection of human rights; similarly, the Guide concerning reservations to multilateral treaties, submitted to the

in Fifty years of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination
Patrick Thornberry

/50/40, vol. 1, Annex VI, and the United States of America, ibid. See also the views of the Special Rapporteur of the International Law Commission on reservations to treaties, A/CN.4/477/Add.1, 13 June 1996. 41 CCPR/C/21/Rev.1/Add.9, 2 November 1999 – which includes among possibly justified restrictions on such freedom (under article 12) ‘limitations on the freedom to settle in areas inhabited by indigenous or minority communities’ (para. 16). 42 CCPR/C/21/Rev.1/Add.10, 29 March 2000. Also CCPR/C/21 Rev. 1/Add. 11. 43 See A/52/40, para. 36 but see Rule 70A. 44 Cases

in Indigenous peoples and human rights