1 The International Law Commission (ILC) (or ‘Commission’) is the United Nations (UN) body which has for its object the promotion of the progressive development of international law and its codification (Codification and Progressive Development of International Law). It consists of 34 independent experts elected by the United Nations General Assembly (United Nations, General Assembly; ‘UNGA’ or ‘General Assembly’). The ILC meets for annual sessions lasting ten to twelve weeks (in two parts) in Geneva. It prepares draft articles of future conventions or other...
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