ndependent In-depth Paragraph by Paragraph Analysis of the Implications of the Annan Plan
6. Any unilateral change to the state of affairs established by this Agreement, in particular union of Cyprus in whole or in part with any other country or any form of partition or secession, is prohibited. Nothing in this Agreement shall in any way be construed as contravening this prohibition.
It is unclear if Mr Annan by using the term “unilateral change” intends to prohibit the amendment of the constitution. If this is the case then the constitution will be legally unenforceable since a constitution which does not allow the power to amend it cannot be considered as a constitution in legal terms.
Does Mr Annan intend to allow this Agreement to be amended and respect the will of the majority of the electorate as is consistent with the basis of a European democracy, or not.