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عنوان مقاله [English]
During recent years, the question of accession to the convention on elimination of all forms of discrimination against women has been subject to different opinions. The fact that have given rise to this discussion is incompatibility between some substantive provisions of the convention and Islamic norms (SHARI’A).
The proposed Act for accession of Islamic Republic of Iran to the convention, for reaching to the solution of this problem, contains a general reservation according to which, I.R.I. accepts to enforce the obligations of the convention unless those which are incompatible with the Shari’a.
In this essay, from the international law perspective, the issue is dealt with, furthermore legal status and consequences of this kind of accession will be discussed. The situations of I.R.I., in the event of acceding or nonacceding to the convention are compared, while bleaving in unjustifiablity of general reservation, some recommendations are offered in the face of international reactions and pressures in the case of acceding to the convention with that general reservation.