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Convention on the Intergovernmental Maritime Consultative Organization.
|Statement||by the respective plenipotentiaries of the United States of America and other countries concerned.|
|Series||Executive / Senate ;, 80th Congress, 2d session, L|
|Contributions||United States. President (1945-1953 : Truman)|
|LC Classifications||JX234 .A23 80th, 2d, 1948l|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||74150379|
That is the sole content of its function in relation to them. The only question is in what sense Article 28 a contemplates it should be owned by or belong to them. While leaving the Belgian port of Zeebrugge on the night of 6 Marchthe RoRo ferry left the harbor with her bow-door open, allowing the sea to rush in and flood her decks. Nothing in this Article shall preclude the Council or the Maritime Safety Committee from settling any such question or dispute that may arise during the exercise of their functions.
Inset Photo: U. The amendments — entry into force The amendments raise the Facilitation Committee to the same status as the other Committees. The only question is in what sense Article 28 a contemplates it should be owned by or belong to them. PART VI Article 17 The Council shall consist of sixteen Members and shall be composed as follows: a six shall be governments of the nations with the largest interest in providing international shipping services; b six shall be governments of other nations with the largest interest in international seaborne trade; c two shall be elected by the Assembly from among the governments of nations having a substantial interest in providing international shipping services, and d two shall be elected by the Assembly from among the governments of nations having a substantial interest in international seaborne trade. This was said to apply to both the election of the eight largest ship-owning nations and to that of the remainder of six. Article 58 Territories a Members may make a declaration at any time that their participation in the Convention includes all or a group or a single one of the territories for whose international relations they are responsible.
Coast Guard inspection polices, changed the face of the U. Article 28 a provides that the fourteen Members of the Committee shall be elected by the Assembly from the Members, Governments of those nations having an important interest in maritime safety, of which not less than eight shall be the largest ship-owning nations. Rather than by national jurisdiction, legal accountability is intended to be ensured by legal mechanisms that are internal to the intergovernmental organization itself  and access to administrative tribunals. The meaning of the word "elected" in the Article cannot be determined in isolation by recourse to its usual or common meaning and attaching that meaning to the word where used in the Article. In this respect the use in the original English text of the definite article "the", which is maintained throughout each draft and finds expression in Article 28 ahas a significance which cannot be ignored.
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The words "elect" and "elected" are construed accordingly. Long process to entry into force It was hoped that the Convention would enter into force relatively quickly.
In case the Organization extends its activities to matters of commercial and economic nature, the Greek Government may find itself bound to reconsider its acceptance of the Convention and avail itself of its provisions concerning withdrawal as laid down in article LIX.
The first draft of the Article underwent a number of changes as it evolved. A Convention on the Intergovernmental Maritime Consultative Organization. book draft was then put forward by the Drafting Committee, which was in two versions.
The registered tonnages of the two countries were taken as the appropriate criterion, there was no suggestion of any other. The apportionment of the expenses of the Organization amongst its Members under the provisions of Article 41 of the Convention is also significant. Here it is used for the designation of all fourteen Members of the Committee, that is to say, of the two categories of Members, and for the first of these the words employed are "shall be" which, on their face, are mandatory.
The notification shall take effect upon the expiration of twelve months from the date on which it is received by the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
Article 16 At such times as it may consider necessary the Governing Body of the International Labour Office shall present to the General Conference a report on the working of this Convention and shall examine the desirability of placing on the agenda of the Conference the question of its revision in whole or in part.
The argument based on discretion would permit the Assembly, in use only of its discretion, to decide through its vote which nations have or do not have an important interest in maritime safety and to deny membership on the Committee to any State regardless of the size of its tonnage or any other qualification.
Appropriate measures shall be taken to ensure compliance with these provisions. Liberia and Panama, countries which Convention on the Intergovernmental Maritime Consultative Organization. book among the eight largest on the list, were not elected by the Assembly but countries which ranked ninth and tenth were elected.
In the course of many court cases where private parties tried to pursue claims against international organizations, there has been a gradual realization that alternative means of dispute settlement are required as states have fundamental human rights obligations to provide plaintiffs with access to court in Convention on the Intergovernmental Maritime Consultative Organization.
book of their right to a fair trial. The working languages are English, French and Spanish. Only three out of the 34 men aboard survived. This predominance on the Committee of the nine did not seem acceptable to some Members of the Conference, India especially, which had put forward to the Drafting Committee its own proposal which, however, that Committee had not felt empowered to substitute for the original wording of the Article because it invoked a matter of principle.
Of course, caution was not thrown entirely to the wind. While leaving the Belgian port of Zeebrugge on the night of 6 Marchthe RoRo ferry left the harbor with her bow-door open, allowing the sea to rush in and flood her decks. It was inserted with evident deliberation. In no circumstances should the two nations whose combined registered tonnage represented 15 per cent, of the active fleet of the entire world be excluded from membership of the Committee.
Coast Guard inspection polices, changed the face of the U. Since its creation, IMO has been busy in formulating and promoting new conventions and updating existing conventions related to maritime safety and pollutions.
In an international maritime conference in Washington, DC, United States discussed a proposal to set up a permanent international body to cater for the needs of shipping. It sought to restrict the whole of the membership to nations having both important interests in maritime safety and substantial amounts of shipping.13 While accepting the convention on intergovernmental Maritime Consultative Organization, declared that The sole object behind the signature of the convention is to promote the development of its own national shipping and stated that any recommendations relating to.
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