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In international law a persistent objector is a sovereign state which has consistently and clearly objected to a norm of customary international law since the norms emergence and considers itself not bound to observe the norm the concept is an example of the positivist doctrine that a state can only be bound by norms to which it has consented the persistent objector rule is said to provide states with an escape hatch from the otherwise universal binding force of customary international law it provides that if a state persistently objects to a newly emerging norm of customary international law during the formation of that norm then the objecting state is exempt from the norm once it crystallises into lawthe persistent objector rule is said to provide states with an escape hatch from the otherwise universal binding force of customary international law it provides that if a state persistently objects to a newly emerging norm of customary international law during the formation of that norm then the objecting state is exempt from the norm once it crystallises into lawthe need for consistency is identified regularly in the literature on the persistent objector rule but this is often implicit or amalgamatedconfused with the persistence criterion this chapter aims to confirm the need for consistent objection which is a requirement related to but distinct from persistence it then assesses the rationale for the consistency criterion before turning to the persistent objector rule is said to provide states with an escape hatch from the otherwise universal binding force of customary international law it provides that if a state persistently objects to a newly emerging norm of customary international law during the formation of that norm then the objecting state is exempt from the norm once it crystallises into law

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