Charter of Economics Rights and Duties of States Res. 3281

[Deconstructs international minimum standard] [Compare resolution 1803, 1962] [Does not reflect CIL, Depuy called it lege ferenda]

Art 2. 1. Every state has and shall freely exercise full permanent sovereignty over natural resources. 2. Each State has the right to regulate and exercise authority over foreign investment within its national jurisdiction in accordance with its laws and regulations and in conformity with its national objectives and priorities.