101 Cf.B. Robinson v. Sec`y state for N. Ir.,  UKHL 32, available from [hereafter Robinson] (the majority decision of the House of Lords stated that the Northern Ireland Act must be interpreted appropriately because of the exceptional circumstances underlying it. The Law Lords (per Hoffmann, L.J.) called the law “a constitution for Northern Ireland, which was created to create a form of continuous government in the context of the history of the territory and the principles agreed in Belfast”; id., 25); Azanian People`s Org. (AZAPO) against President of S. Afr. Others, 1996 (4) SA 671, 125 (CC) (contests the establishment of an amnesty under the law of truth and reconciliation as a violation of international law); HCJ 4481/91, Bargil v. Israel,  IsrSC 47 (4) 210, Available from , quoted in Kretzmer, David, The Occupation of Justice: The Supreme Court of Israel And The Occupied Territories 23-24, 204 n.23 (2002) (where the court rejected as unjustified a petition challenging the legality of the Likoud government`s colonization policy). Organizational/institutional components are agreements/mechanisms to encourage peace-building efforts under the agreement. They deal with the element of the WHO agreement.
These mechanisms are either directly responsible or provide other actors with supervision and guidance to carry out measures to consolidate fragile peace and to lay the foundations for lasting peace and development. There are two types of organizational components. The first, often referred to as “implementation mechanisms” by the United Nations, immediately follows a peace agreement and aims to promote the implementation of the Agreement. In accordance with Article 5 of the Comprehensive Peace, Diplomatic and Normalization Treaty between the United Arab Emirates and the State of Israel, the contracting parties enter into bilateral agreements in areas of mutual interest for which they have agreed to the following provisions.