Prepositions after "ratify"

ratify by, in, on, according or as?

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    In 76% of cases ratify by is used
    All payments shall be ratified by the local council.
    Unlikely to increase this pledge, which has not been ratified by the Senate.
    We have intergovernmental agreement which was also ratified by the parliaments of (transit) countries.
    When did NZ sign up for UNCROC? Are many other countries involved? UNCROC was ratified by New Zealand in 1993.
    Following the May 2010 general election, the new coalition government said that all National Policy Statements are to be ratified by Parliament.
    Once passed by parliament it then has to be ratified by the Governor-General or state Governors (but this last phase is usually only ceremonial).
    Not to be taken hostage by one or two recalcitrant countries, the fiscal compact enters into force when ratified by the 12th of the 17 countries using the euro.
    Iran later repudiated this arrangement, saying that it had not been ratified by its parliament but the IAEA says that no such unilateral repudiation is allowed.

    In 12% of cases ratify in is used
    This choice was finally ratified in a referendum organized by the Canton of Geneva in June 1953.
    Non-proliferation The UK is a nuclear weapons state, party to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) which it ratified in 1968 and under which a safeguards agreement has been in force since 1972.

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