This is the result that are waiting for our societies. I take note of your position (to Bolivia), as reflected in the minutes of this meeting, said the President of the Conference, the Mexican Foreign Minister Patricia Espinosa, who received the standing ovation of the delegations. Bolivia announced that he will attend the International Tribunal in the Hague to contest the result of the climate change Summit in Cancun, on the grounds that it violated United Nations regulation on the adoption of its final documents. It is an attack on the rules of the Convention (framework on climate change) and the UN, said the head of the Bolivian delegation and Ambassador to United Nations, Pablo Solon, who intervened again to the plenary to express their discontent. Solon said Bolivia is going to appeal to all international bodies if this outrage continues to preserve the rule, that is the consensus at the time asked Espinosa to reverse his decision and return to the bed of the delegation.
We are going to resort to legal instances that apply within the framework of the Convention (of climate change) which clearly states that in such cases the International Court of Justice is the instance which is pronounced, he told Efe the Bolivian Ambassador to the UN, Pablo Solon. The Mexican Chancellor pointed out to Solon that the rule of consensus does not mean unanimity, nor much less that a delegation intends to impose the right of veto to break the will that have been reaching others jointly with so much work. My duty I’ve complied fully has been listening to each and every one of the parties, including the Bolivian brothers, but I can not ignore the vision, the requests of 193 States party, so the decision of the Conference has been taken is a step forward for a collective good.The adoption of this compromise text, backed by 193 countries except Bolivia, gave way to a series of interventions between Solon, panned occasionally by the the rest of the room, and Espinosa, applauded by other countries.