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Ecuador’s Parliament prepares international treaties report

Ecuador, parlamento, tratados, internacionales

Ecuador’s Parliament prepares international treaties report

Quito, Feb 16 (Prensa Latina) A team of Ecuador's National Assembly is working today on the preparation of the final report after the second debate of the Bill on International Treaties and Interinstitutional Agreements.

The legal proposal determines the procedure for the conclusion, interpretation, amendment, modification, suspension or termination of agreements, as well as the registration, processing and settlement of disputes.

The text is being evaluated by the Parliamentary Commission of International Relations, in charge of incorporating changes suggested by the legislators and drafting the final document within eight days.

One of the requests of the plenary seeks to add a general provision to allow technical tables related to an international treaty request information from sectors involved in the pact and official data from the relevant public bodies.

In the opinion of the National Assembly’s president, Guadalupe Llori, it is essential to have a regulation that determines the procedure for signing international treaties and agreements, as well as the responsibilities of the State in the field of human rights.

In this sense, she stressed that despite the importance of the subject, so far there is no clear regulation guided by the parameters of international law or our Constitution.

“With this law, the National Assembly will regulate and facilitate Ecuador’s relations with other countries and the world,” he emphasized.


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