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here is the question ..
The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), a UN sponsored human rights treaty with some 165 ratifying States, does not contain any provision providing for its termination. The Human Rights Committee, charged with monitoring Statesâ€™ compliance with that treaty, concluded in 1998 that a State party is not allowed to withdraw from that treaty. The Committee stated, in pertinent part, that rights under the ICCPR â€œbelong to the people living in the territory of the State partyâ€ and that â€œonce the people are accorded the protection of the rights under the Covenant, such protection devolves with the territory and continues to belong to them, notwithstanding changes in Government of the State party, including . . . any subsequent action of the State party designed to divest them of the rights guaranteed in the Covenant.â€
Do you agree or disagree with the Committeeâ€™s views? State the reasons for your position clearly and succinctly.
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