عنوان مقاله [English]
The conclusion of Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) has made significant changes in the process of discussions about Iran’s nuclear program in Security Council. One of these important changes was alternation of SC’s approach about Sanction Committee 1737. The content of resolution 2231(2015) indicated the end of the task of the Sanction Committee would be coincided with the revocation of sanctions. Yet, some of the sanctions will be continued until the termination of resolution 2231, and having supervision on them would be necessary. Prospect of establishment of a Joint Commission in JCPOA, with same tasks as the Sanction Committee 1737, has created doubts about elimination of Sanction Committee 1737 . As long as there is a sanction, deviation from them requires reaction and this reaction is often means putting the related person’s name in sanction list. However, this is an exclusive right of SC. Therefore, the resolution 2231(2015) has provided some provision according to which the SC alongside the joint commission would supervise on implementation of the commitment and take all necessary measures. This article will discuss about the process of eliminating of the sanction committee 1737 and granting some of its powers to the joint commission of JCPOA.
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