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A document submitted by a State party to the Secretary-General containing information of a general nature about the country which is of relevance to all of the treaties, including information on land and people, the general political structure and the general legal framework within which human rights are protected in the State. The core document consitutes a common initial part of all reports to the treaty bodies. The core document was introduced in 1991 as a way of reducing some of the repetition of information found in States' reports to the various treaty bodies.
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Core document forming part of the reports of States parties: Vanuatu

5 February 1998 | Publisher: United Nations International Human Rights Instruments | Document type: States Parties Reports

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