Having read the judgement handed down by the United Nations Law of The Sea Council in the Suriname Guyana border dispute it now appears that some parties in Suriname are seeking to find flaws in the ruling.
According to Naarendorp, the award is not fair and equitable, since Guyana has been awarded 65 percent of the 31,600 square kilometers wide former area of dispute while Suriname received the remaining 35 percent….
…The Surinamese experts, in recalculating the equidistance line, more then doubled that number using 45 points for their computations. As a result a new line emerged situated west of the boundary determined by the UN Arbitration panel.
Granted the comment comes from a former cabinet minister with a political axe to grind, but one would think that the function of the UNLOS council as a FINAL court of appeal would be self explanatory.