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Le consentement des états membres dans le processus décisionel des organisations internationales

Abstract : The consent of member states plays a crucial role in the process of the decision-making of international organizations. This can be noticed both at the level of the formation of the resolutions and at the level of their enforcement by the member’s states concerned. in the formation of the resolutions, the consent of the member states concerns successively the choice of the agenda items of the deliberating body, the choice of the content of the resolution text and then the final adoption of these resolutions as unilateral acts of the said international organization. In the application of such resolutions, the consent of member states is expressed mainly by the engagement of the states involved to be bound by the resolutions addressed to them. Depending on the case, it may be given as from the entry of states in the organization or later on, following the resolutions involving them. it can either be explicit or implicit, total or partial (expression of reservations). Certainly, some of these organizations were endowed with larger powers of control and sanction which could facilitate the enforcement of their resolutions. However, in order to perform the tasks for which they were created, they must retry on the cooperation and good will of their member states because, without such cooperation and good will, nothing can be achieved.
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Ahmed El Mekkaki. Le consentement des états membres dans le processus décisionel des organisations internationales. Droit. Université Nancy 2, 1994. Français. ⟨NNT : 1994NAN20003⟩. ⟨tel-01777027⟩



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