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States


France Law

January 29, 2001


Law no. 2001-70 of January 29, 2001, relating to the recognition of the Armenian Genocide of 1915:

The National Assembly and the Senate have adopted and the President of the Republic proclaims the following law:

France publicly recognizes the Armenian Genocide of 1915.

The present law shall be executed as a law of the state.

Done at Paris on January 29, 2001.

Jacque Chirac
For the President of the Republic:
Prime Minister Lionel Jospin

(1) Preparatory documents: Law no. 2001-70.
Senate: Proposed law no. 60, discussed and adopted on November 7, 2000.
National Assembly: Proposed law adopted by the Senate, No. 2688.
Report by François Rochebloine for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, no. 2855, discussed and adopted on January 18, 2001.

(Unofficial translation)

LOI no 2001-70 du 29 janvier 2001 relative à la reconnaissance du génocide arménien de 1915 (1)

L'Assemblée nationale et le Sénat ont adopté,
Le Président de la République promulgue la loi dont la teneur suit:

Article unique

La France reconnaît publiquement le génocide arménien de 1915.

La présente loi sera exécutée comme loi de l'Etat.

Fait à Paris, le 29 janvier 2001.
Jacques Chirac
Par le Président de la République:
Le Premier ministre,
Lionel Jospin

(1) Travaux préparatoires: loi no 2001-70.
Sénat: Proposition de loi no 60 (2000-2001); Discussion et adoption le 7 novembre 2000.
Assemblée nationale: Proposition de loi, adoptée par le Sénat, no 2688;
Rapport de M. François Rochebloine, au nom de la commission des affaires étrangères, no 2855; Discussion et adoption le 18 janvier 2001.



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