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Volume :7 Issue : 2 1979      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Camp David Framework A in the Light Of International Law.

Auther : B. AL-Awadi

The present article deals with the legal implications of the proposed peace settlement in the Middle East between the parties who attended the Camp David Summit, as embodied in the two agreements, “Frame work for peace in the Middle East, and an agreement for a framework for the conclusion of a peace treaty between Egypt and Israel. The write reached the conclusion that the two documents signed at Camp David did not provide a just and lasting settlement in the Middle East for the following reasons —

1 - The establishment of a restricted sovereignty over Arab territories.

2 - The lack of recognition of the principle of self-determination with regard to the Palestinian people.

3 - The retrogression of the notion of recognition as a duty. 4 - The application of the principle of free passage to Israeli ships in the Suez Canal and the Straits of Tiran.

5 - The emphasis on the Israeli definition of Resolution 242, taken in 1967.

6 - The recognition of de-facto sovereignty over the Jerusalem City.

7 - The ambiguity and the improbity of the provisions of the two aments.

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