In accordance with the general principle of attribution of the acts of organs, a state may incur international responsibility for acts of the executive and executive officers1. For this purpose no distinction is drawn between the acts of superior and inferior state authorities and officials2. Thus, the conduct of a very wide range of officials has been held to be attributable and as capable of giving rise to the responsibility of states: this is the case for example of conduct of various types of law enforcement officials
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