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Report of the Human Rights Committee: 91st Session; 92nd Session; 93rd Session

image of Report of the Human Rights Committee: 91st Session; 92nd Session; 93rd Session

Official records of the Report of the Human Rights Committee: Ninety-first Session; Ninety-second Session; Ninety-third Session

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Consideration of communications under the Optional Protocol

Individuals who claim that any of their rights under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights have been violated by a State party, and who have exhausted all available domestic remedies, may submit written communications to the Human Rights Committee for consideration under the Optional Protocol. No communication can be considered unless it concerns a State party to the Covenant that has recognized the competence of the Committee by becoming a party to the Optional Protocol. Of the 162 States that have ratified, acceded to or succeeded to the Covenant, 111 have accepted the Committee’s competence to deal with individual complaints by becoming parties to the Optional Protocol (see annex I, section B).

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