Government's policy towards Security Council resolutions

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Government's policy towards Security Council resolutions

Postby Aquinas » Thu Dec 20, 2018 11:11 pm

Name: Government's policy towards World Congress Security Council resolutions
Category: Foreign Policy

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The government is legally required by the courts to comply with all Security Council resolutions.

The government formally commits itself in principle to comply with all Security Council resolutions, but is not legally obligated to do so.

The government generally commits itself in principle to comply with all Security Council resolutions, but is not legally obligated to do so, and stresses it reserves the discretion not to comply with Security Council resolutions when doing so is deemed to be detrimental to vital national interests.

The government takes no formal position on the principle of complying with Security Council resolutions.

The government formally refuses to recognise the Security Council as a source of legitimate authority.
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