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The Aftermath of the Permanent Court’s Judgment in the Free Zones Case

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1 Series A/B, No. 46.

2 Id., pp. 169-170. The original was in French.

3 Series C, No. 58, p. 448.

4 Id., pp. 563-565.

5 Recueil des Lois Fédérales, 1928, p. 37.

6 Id., p. 39. The reference here is to the French-Swiss compromis of Oct. 30, 1924. For the text, see Series A/B, No. 46, p. 97.

7 Series A/B, No. 46, p. 170.

8 Id., p. 209.

9 Series A/B, No. 53, p. 71.

10 “Les traité s internationaux conclus pour une duré e indé terminé e ou pour plus de quinze ans sont soumis é galement a l'adoption ou au rejet du peuple, si la demande en est faite par 30,000 citoyens ou par huit cantons.” 2 Dareste, Les Constitutions Modernes (4th ed.), p. 571. The first application of this provision after its adoption in 1921 was the popular vote on Feb. 18, 1923, by which the French-Swiss convention of Aug. 7, 1921, was rejected by 414,305 votes to 93,892. Series C, No. 17-1, p. 843.

11 Series A/B, No. 53, p. 92.

12 French Journal Officio, Dec. 15, 1933, pp. 12441, 12479.

13 Series C, No. 19-1, Vol. 3, p. 1246.

14 French Journal Officiel, Dec. 16, 1933, p. 12481.

15 Id., Dec. 29, 1933, p. 13016.

16 Recueil des Lois Fédérales, 1933, p. 1027.

The Aftermath of the Permanent Court’s Judgment in the Free Zones Case

  • Manley O. Hudson

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