IV. Conventions

[The Seventh International Conference of American States adopted the following six conventions and one additional protocol: Nationality of Women; Nationality; Rights and Duties of States; Extradition; Political Asylum; Teaching of History; Additional Protocol to the General Convention of Inter-American Conciliation of 1929. Of these, the United States signed four, which are printed herein: Nationality [Page 212]of Women; Rights and Duties of States; Extradition; Additional Protocol to the General Convention of Inter-American Conciliation. For texts of the conventions not signed by the United States, see Report of the Delegates of the United States of America to the Seventh International Conference of American States, Montevideo, Uruguay, December 3–26, 1933; Seventh International Conference of American States, Montevideo, Uruguay, December 3–26, 1933, Final Act, Including the Conventions and Additional Protocol adopted by the Conference ([Montevideo,] J. Florenso, Impresor, Cerrito, 740).]


[135] Convention on Extradition, Signed at Montevideo, December 26, 1933

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