Bahrain

Bahrain Bahrain promulgated the following legislation between June and December 1999, and January and June 2000. 1 DECREES RATIFYING INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS AND CONVENTIONS 1.1 1 Labour 1.1.1 1 Lam by Decree No. 11 for 2000 Ratifying the International, Labour Agreements No. 111 for 1958 Concerning Discrimination in En2ployment and Profession In accordance with Article 1 of this decree, the International Labour Agreement on Discrimination in Employment and Profession No. 111 of 1958, was ratified and attached to the said Decree, dated 18 April 2000.' 1 1.2 Human rights 1.2.1 Law by Decree No. 34 for 1999, Amending Certain Provisions of Law by Decree No. 4 for 1998 Concerning Accession by Bahrain to the Agreement on the Prohibition of Torture and other similar Forms of Severe Inhuman or Degrading Punishments, Adopted by the United Nations General Assevnbly on 10 December 1948 By this amending law, it is provided that the provision of the first article of the Law No. 4 for 1998 concerning the accession of the state of Bahrain to the said Agreement should be amended as follows: Article 1: The accession of the State of Bahrain to the Agreement on torture and other similar forms of treatment or http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law Online Brill

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Brill
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Copyright 2000 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
1384-2935
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2211-2987
D.O.I.
10.1163/221129800X00230
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Bahrain promulgated the following legislation between June and December 1999, and January and June 2000. 1 DECREES RATIFYING INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS AND CONVENTIONS 1.1 1 Labour 1.1.1 1 Lam by Decree No. 11 for 2000 Ratifying the International, Labour Agreements No. 111 for 1958 Concerning Discrimination in En2ployment and Profession In accordance with Article 1 of this decree, the International Labour Agreement on Discrimination in Employment and Profession No. 111 of 1958, was ratified and attached to the said Decree, dated 18 April 2000.' 1 1.2 Human rights 1.2.1 Law by Decree No. 34 for 1999, Amending Certain Provisions of Law by Decree No. 4 for 1998 Concerning Accession by Bahrain to the Agreement on the Prohibition of Torture and other similar Forms of Severe Inhuman or Degrading Punishments, Adopted by the United Nations General Assevnbly on 10 December 1948 By this amending law, it is provided that the provision of the first article of the Law No. 4 for 1998 concerning the accession of the state of Bahrain to the said Agreement should be amended as follows: Article 1: The accession of the State of Bahrain to the Agreement on torture and other similar forms of treatment or

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Published: Jan 1, 1999

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