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The court's interpretation of the Convention's reach is at times subject to criticism as either too narrow or too wide.
Yet the common position of the Council with regards to this area reveals a different interpretation of the Convention.
Asks the Inter-American Court to provide advisory opinions on matters relating to the interpretation of the Convention or other related instruments.
Mr. Moodie acknowledged that other countries had different interpretations of the convention, but said, "I don't think it's appropriate to say one country's interpretation is more valid than another's."
It does, however, clearly reject any approach requiring first resort to the Convention, whether based upon an interpretation of the Convention text or on comity, as a blanket rule.
The EU should look at adopting measures to reduce the risks of different interpretations of the Convention between EU Member States.
In his report, the rapporteur raises the question of the role of the Court of Justice in the interpretation of the convention and finds that it is limited.
Britain destroyed the last of its CRV-7 MPSMs in July 2009 in accordance with its interpretation of the convention.
The implicit extension is the set of propositions that follow from the best or soundest interpretation of the convention, whether or not these form part of the explicit extension.
This is where the European Court of Human Rights' bizarre interpretations of the Convention are doing real harm; it's preventing adequate punishments from parents and for crimes...
The EU should not harmonise forms of protection supplementing the Geneva Convention without allowing for a liberal interpretation of the Convention on the status of refugees.
Mr. Graham acknowledged that the political battle was bruising, but said he could not tolerate a change in the American interpretation of the conventions if it meant short-term benefits at long-term costs.
Moreover, it should be focusing on areas where the Convention is not being properly applied or there is a need at a European level for authoritative guidance on the correct interpretation of the Convention.
It is also important to note that in connection with this convention the Council adopted a legal instrument simultaneously signed by the Member States concerning the interpretation of the convention by the European Court of Justice.
The majority in the snail darter case thought that the best interpretation of the convention about statutes required them to enforce the literal meaning of the Environmental Protection Act unless it could be proved that Congress intended otherwise.
Protocol 14 empowered the Court to declare applications inadmissible where the applicant has not suffered a significant disadvantage and which do not raise serious questions affecting the application or the interpretation of the Convention, or important questions concerning national law.
In Community jurisdiction on a subject concerning personal data, the Court of Justice and Court of First Instance ought to be able to intervene when, for example, citizens are making claims or when a uniform interpretation of the convention is needed.
In theory this gives the treaty sufficient legal clout to be effective but, in practice, the lack of implementing legislation leads to many divergent and contradictory interpretations of the Convention which is intentionally vague in certain areas to allow for it to apply to a broad range of cases.
However, when refugees cannot seek asylum because of offshore barriers, or are detained for excessive periods in unsatisfactory conditions, or are refused entry because of restrictive interpretations of the Convention, the asylum system is broken and the promise of the Convention is broken too.
The letter explains the Department of Justice's interpretation of s. 2340-2340A, their interpretation of the Convention Against Torture as applied to the United States and the status of the U.S. reservations, and explains its position on the possibility of prosecution by the ICC.
More recent interpretations of the Convention, as well as the US Laws of Land Warfare allow use of personal weapons (i.e., rifles and pistols) in self-defense or in defense of patients and staff, as long as the medical soldier does not wear the Red Cross.