2 thoughts on “French government calls John Kerry ‘confused’ over legally binding nature of Paris treaty”

  1. I think France’s FM is the one who is confused about the term ‘legally binding’, and needs to be reminded about the word ‘sovereign.’

    To be legally bind, a *law* needs to be enacted by a government, which is then a legal contract between the government and the people it governs.

    The *postscript* to a conference itself is neither an act of a government nor a binding contract.

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