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Advisory Opinions And The Secretary-General With Special Reference To The 2004 Advisory Opinion On The Wall

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This chapter considers the Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice on Legal Consequences of the Construction of the Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, the response of the United Nations to the Opinion, with special reference to the response of the Secretary-General, and the attitude of former Secretary-Generals to advisory opinions. In his approach to the Wall Opinion, Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon may take some comfort from the fact that his predecessors have been inconsistent in their efforts to implement advisory opinions. Moreover, he has the Zacklin opinion to back him. There is, however, a difference between the opinions examined and the Wall.

Keywords: Advisory Opinion; Ban Ki-Moon; Secretary-General; United Nations



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