Kondominium brytyjsko-francuskie — fenomen kolonialny na Vanuatu

DOI: https://doi.org/10.19195/0524-4544.322.6
Joanna Siekiera
Google Scholar Joanna Siekiera
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Prawo Tom 322 (2017)

Strony od 79 do 87

Abstrakt

The British-French condominium — the colonial phenomenon on Vanuatu

Over the entire 20th century, there was a joint government of France and the Great Britain in what is now the Republic of Vanuatu. This specific form of governance, called condominium, is legitimatised by the virtue of international law, but it occurs indeed rarely. This political system pro­vides the equal distribution of rights and responsibilities in the colony, and also between the partner states. Nonetheless, the dual governments in Vanuatu deny this principle. The article presents the history of the Republic’s statehood as well as the implications of the joint British-French govern­ments on the current legal order.

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