The acts of the legislature of a state, including the adoption of legislation which is inconsistent with the state's international obligations, are attributable to it under international law and may give rise to its international responsibility1. In accordance with the general principle of attribution of the acts of all organs of the state, for these purposes it is irrelevant whether the legislature is the central legislature or that of a territorial sub-unit2. It is not clear to what extent the actions of individual members of a legislature (whether federal or provincial)
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