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Statute for the City of Jerusalem, 4th April 1950 (UN Doc T/592), OXIO 71

Trusteeship Council (historical); Jerusalem (disputed); Palestine, British Mandate for (historical)

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Acts of international organizations — Territory, non-self-governing — Trust territory and mandate
1. How to preserve the religious and historical heritage of the city of Jerusalem 2. How to forestall conflict and foster power-sharing 3. The role and powers of the Governor 4. The rights that citizens and residents of the city would have 5. How the separation of powers would be implemented 6. The duration of the Statute This headnote pertains to: Statute for the City of Jerusalem, an instrument the text of which has been prepared by and/or adopted in the framework of an international organization. Jump to full text The Statute for the City of Jerusalem...
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