These members of the Assembly of States of the Rome Statute are also signatories of the OAS Charter and the Montevideo Convention. Those treaties say that recognition merely means they accept the personality of Palestine with all the rights and duties determined by international law; and that all states are juridically equal. None of those treaties contain a compromissory clause that would enable third parties or courts to question decisions regarding recognition. In fact, the Court is bound to abide by the determinations of the existence of statehood made by the member states under the terms of Article 98.
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