Sometimes, however, there is a self-binding dimension to this delegation too--found for the ECCIS, the OHADA, the ATJ, and the ECJ.
(75) Meanwhile, the WTO's appellate body was granted only a dispute-adjudication role, and it lacks private access, but it has ended up ruling in ways that do compromise national sovereignty whereas similarly designed bodies (ECCIS, EFTAC, BCJ, CACJ, and COMESA) have not.
(53.) The ECCIS enforcement role is specific; Article 32 of the Charter of CIS allows the Economic Court to help "ensure the observation of economic obligations." Commonwealth of Independent States Charter art.