Oxford University: Macedonia Wins Hague Suit vs. Greece
Tuesday, 22 November 2011

This isn't the Hague Court, but the prestigious Law School at Oxford University simulating the lawsuit which Macedonia brought against Greece has declared Macedonia the winner.


Law students and a judge who ironically grew up in Greece voted in unison that in accordance to international laws and UN Resolution 817 resolution section 2 (1993), Greece broke the agreement between the two nations by blocking Macedonia's entrance under its UN name into NATO and other international organizations.


Although this was just a fictional decision by Oxford University's Law School who analyzes international lawsuits, it created an avalanche of reactions and insults in Greece's blogosphere at the expense of the University and Hague.


The ICJ verdict is expected near the end of November, or latest by mid December.


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