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Indeed, one of these decisions, Sandra Lovelace v. Canada (Communication No. 24/1977, formerly Communication No. , Supp. No. 40, UN Doc. A/36/40 introduction 17 similar to one raised by self-determination and sheds light on the issue in the framework of self-determination. 53 While these torrents follow the contours of the preceding 53 (1981), p. 166, discussed in Chapter 8, would have been inadmissible if framed in terms of the right of self-determination of peoples under Article 1 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, New York, 16 December 1966, in force 23 March 1976, 999 UNTS 171, instead of the rights of minorities under Article 27.
Given that the treaties were negotiated when the tide had just begun to turn for women’s suffrage, however, it is remarkable that women were given the vote in all the plebiscites held. Only two of the ﬁve powers that composed the Supreme Council at the Peace Conference, the United States and Britain, were even close to enfranchising women fully. The other three, France, Italy and Japan, did not extend the franchise to women for over two decades. Of the states involved in the plebiscites, ﬁve had given women the vote, but two would not do so for some time.
B7/21/68/106 (16 April 1921). 22 introduction are remarkable chieﬂy for that recognition (Namibia)68 are excluded because they are not about the working out of the tensions in the international legal norm, although a case like the Aaland Islands will often enter into interpretations of self-determination that seek to recover a lost strand of meaning. While the interwar European plebiscites also antedate the recognition of self-determination in international law, the study of women and the plebiscites is included as an instance where self-determination was, in fact, given concrete legal effect.
A Comparative Lexicon of Ugaritic and Canaanite (Alter Orient Und Altes Testament) P. 1 by Issam K. H. Halayqa