nadalfan wrote:PkrBum wrote:Not to mention that at the end of that arbitration if no resolution is found it goes to the un security council...
where russia and china will veto the resolution. As they both will be making billions selling conventional weaponry.
you keep posting that, but everything I'm reading says the opposite
from the guardian:
If there are allegations that Iran has not met its obligations, a joint commission will seek to resolve the dispute for 30 days. If that effort fails it would be referred to the UN security council, which would have to vote to continue sanctions relief. A veto by a permanent member would mean that sanctions are reimposed. The whole process would take 65 days.
Where the United States preserved unique leverage–and immunity from a Russian or Chinese veto against resuming old UN Security Council sanctions–is the next step. If the Security Council doesn’t act in 30 days, all of the pre-JCPOA nuclear-related sanctions on Iran come back into place automatically. Basically, the U.S. and the EU states in the P5+1 can veto ongoing sanctions relief but Russia and China can’t veto a return to the status quo ante. A scenario where Iran is non-compliant with the JCPOA yet escapes the old sanctions simply won’t be possible.
are we talking about different things?
That does word it differently from what I've read... I downloaded the agreement and will go back and read it again.