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sir this is CRYPTO (SBR INT)mar/june 2019 question
“It must be clear which combination of parties is required to agree unanimously to decisions about the relevant activities of the arrangement. In the case of Kurran, there is more than one combination of parties possible to reach the required majority. As a result, Crypto does not have joint control.”
sir why should it be clear exactly which combination of parties is required to agree unanimously?
Can’t multiple parties and multiple combinations of them mean a joint control exists?
Joint control = all parties have right of veto (i.e. to block decision making)
United Nations = NOT joint control because only 5 countries have right of veto