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United Nations Convention against corruption

List of changes in the last year.

Treaty data(11 February 2020)

Parliamentary paper
30808 (R1815)

Parties(11 February 2020)

Party Signature Provisional application Ratification

S=Signature without reservation or requirement of ratification
R=Ratification, Acceptance, Approval or Notification
A=Accession
Su=Succession
NK=Not Known

Entry into force Renunciation Termination
Tonga 06-02-2020 (T) 07-03-2020

Parties(27 February 2019)

Party Signature Provisional application Ratification

S=Signature without reservation or requirement of ratification
R=Ratification, Acceptance, Approval or Notification
A=Accession
Su=Succession
NK=Not Known

Entry into force Renunciation Termination
Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of 18-08-2005 13-04-2007 (R) 13-05-2007

Reservations, declarations and objections(27 February 2019)

Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of, 16-04-2008

In accordance with Article 6, paragraph 3, of the above mentioned Convention, competent authorities of Republic of Macedonia that may assist other States Parties in developing and implementing specific measures for the prevention of corruption, are: the State commission for the Suppression of Corruption and the Primary Public Prosecutor's Office for prosecuting organized crime and corruption. In accordance with Article 44, paragraph 6, subparagraph (a) of the Convention, the Republic of Macedonia will take this Convention as the legal basis for cooperation on extradition with other States Parties to this Convention. In accordance with Article 46, paragraph 13 of the Convention, the central authority responsible and authorized to receive requests for mutual legal assistance and either to execute them or to transmit them to the competent authorities for execution is the Ministry of Justice - Department for intemational legal assistance. Pursuant to Article 46, paragraph 14 of the Convention, the language acceptable to the Republic of Macedonia is Macedonian.

Parties(27 February 2019)

Party Signature Provisional application Ratification

S=Signature without reservation or requirement of ratification
R=Ratification, Acceptance, Approval or Notification
A=Accession
Su=Succession
NK=Not Known

Entry into force Renunciation Termination
North Macedonia 18-08-2005 13-04-2007 (R) 13-05-2007

Reservations, declarations and objections(27 February 2019)

North Macedonia, 16-04-2008

In accordance with Article 6, paragraph 3, of the above mentioned Convention, competent authorities of Republic of Macedonia that may assist other States Parties in developing and implementing specific measures for the prevention of corruption, are: the State commission for the Suppression of Corruption and the Primary Public Prosecutor's Office for prosecuting organized crime and corruption. In accordance with Article 44, paragraph 6, subparagraph (a) of the Convention, the Republic of Macedonia will take this Convention as the legal basis for cooperation on extradition with other States Parties to this Convention. In accordance with Article 46, paragraph 13 of the Convention, the central authority responsible and authorized to receive requests for mutual legal assistance and either to execute them or to transmit them to the competent authorities for execution is the Ministry of Justice - Department for intemational legal assistance. Pursuant to Article 46, paragraph 14 of the Convention, the language acceptable to the Republic of Macedonia is Macedonian.

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