He said the Ortega government should continue to demand Colombian compliance with the World Court
and lobby the UN for international support.
Medellin argued that the authority to "say what the law is" could be given by treaty to the World Court
But the Supreme Court has indicated that should Congress enact legislation to comply with World Court
decisions, the Constitution could find itself relegated to an inferior position vis-a-vis the United Nations and its subsidiary bodies.
Roh has good reason to leave the matter to the World Court
if he is so self-assured about the legitimacy of his country's stand in the dispute.
The World Court
in Action is more than a chronological review of the court's development.
The United States was one of only eight countries in the 191-member General Assembly to vote against the resolution to seek an advisory opinion from the World Court
Israeli Chief Justice Aharon Barak disagreed with the World Court
, insisting Israel had a right to take measures within occupied territory to bolster its security.
The Israeli government is clearly concerned about the fact that the UN General Assembly has asked the World Court
for an advisory opinion on the issue.
AHEAD of a world court
hearing over Israel's West Bank barrier, a Palestinian suicide bomber killed eight passengers on a Jerusalem rush- hour bus, and Israeli officials said it was proof of why the controversial fence was needed.
The EU has written to the World Court
(ICJ) to express its opposition to the opening of legal action against the West Bank security barrier that Israel is building.
The rebuke the Reagan Administration received from the World Court
for its Contra War operations receives a mention, as do the multiple plots against Castro and Cuba.
The United States must allow for any legal proceedings to be conducted by a properly constituted international body either under UN guidance or via the auspices of the World Court