Resolucion naciones unidas 1441

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From my point of view the security council united nations in the resolution number 1441 is to be consider with the Vienna Convention of 1969 on the Iraq situation and possible international offenses.But care is needed, the Security Council resolutions are not treated: indeed the differences are very large. The resolutions of the Security Council must be interpreted in the context of the Charterof the United Nations. It is very artificial and impossible to find a way to apply all the rules of the Vienna Convention to the resolutions of the Security Council.
While it is true that it isnecessary for the correct interpretation of any text international legal recourse to the Vienna Convention 1969. There are 3 articles for the interpretation of treaties Article 31, Article 32 and Article33.
Article 31 provides that treaties should be construed as good faith. In this case always performs un interpretation of treaties, situations and statements in good faith over Iraq. At no time actedin bad faith because Iraq refuses to cooperate constantly. There are several examples in which it is clear that acts in good faith:
First example: Iraq has blocked access to immediate, unconditionaland unlimited access to sites designated by the United Nations Special Commission for the Disarmament of Iraq (UNSCOM) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which has refused tocooperate fully and unconditionally with the weapons inspectors of UNSCOM and the IAEA,as required by resolution 687 (1991), and finally suspended all cooperation with UNSCOMand the IAEA in 1998.
In thisfirst case Iraq refuses to cooperate in the UN change the resolution only works interpreting 687 (1991) in any case in bad faith.
Second example: The Council urged Iraq on several occasions to provideimmediate, unconditional and unlimited access to the United Nations Commission for the Control, Disarmament and Verification Commission (UNMOVIC), which is to replace UNSCOM as established by...