1 The core United Nations (UN) human rights treaties form the international system promoting and protecting human rights. State Parties to those treaties are obliged to respect, protect, and fulfil the enshrined human rights guarantees in their domestic law (Human Rights, Domestic Implementation). To exclude or modify a treaty’s effect, Arts 2 (1) (d) and 19 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties (1969) (‘VCLT’) allow States to enter reservations (Treaties, Multilateral, Reservations to) to international treaties—reflecting customary international law—which...
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