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- proper n. An international treaty which defines the required treatment for prisoners of war by their captors.
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Taft, William H., IV, on inapplicability of Geneva Convention
Feckless Leader proroges Parliament yet again … this time killing off all sorts of legislation (including his precious tough-on-crime gobshite), all hearings into possible violations of the Geneva Convention by the Afghans we're supposedly protecting … in general, killing off any effective governance of this nation whatsoever.
Geneva Convention inapplicability of unread by administration
The Geneva Convention plainly stated that all prisoners in any type of conflict were given certain rights.