1 Government, in addition to population and territory, is one of the essential elements which qualify a State as a subject of international law (subjects of international law). It is the formative element, the organizational machinery which enables the State to enter into international relations and thus exercise its rights and fulfil its duties (States, Fundamental Rights and Duties).2 The scope of government varies with the organizational structure of the individual State. In its broadest sense it comprises all State organs regardless of their...
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