The primary basis of attribution for the purposes of the law of state responsibility is that the conduct of any organ of the state is considered to be an act of the state and thus to be attributable to it under international law1. For these purposes, the notion of 'organ' covers all of the individual or collective entities which go to make up the organisation of the state and act on its behalf2. It is irrelevant whether the organ in question exercises legislative, executive, judicial or other functions3
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