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A. Canadian practice echoes this perspective by emphasizing that these instruments, while without legal force, are entitled to signiﬁcant moral or political weight. 2. K. Memorandum of Understanding). A (India). ” See VCLT, supra note 18, Art. 2(1)(a). 16 Duncan B. ”52 This practice of deemphasizing titles as a means for assessing an instrument’s legal character is not entirely uniform. 53 Other states, particularly the United States, dispute this practice and view some MOUs as reﬂecting an intention to be governed by international law.
99 In some cases, however, the state may opt as a matter of practice to send more treaties to the legislature than required by law. This is the case, for example, in France. b. 100 See infra Chapter 20, Section I. 101 See id. G. 102 In all of these cases, similarities appear among these “executive treaties” whether derived by negative implication, a speciﬁc constitutional or statutory exception, or through some constitutionally accepted practice. 103 This seems to reﬂect the notion of a political calculus, assessing when to allow or check unfettered executive authority based on whether the treaty has any policy signiﬁcance.
D (Russian Ministry of Foreign Aﬀairs serves as central agency in treaty matters, but by agreements with other federal agencies, allows them to negotiate draft treaties for submission to the President or the Government for approval). In Mexico, the Department of Foreign Relations (SRE) coordinates treaty making, but federal agencies may conclude inter-institutional agreements on their own. See supra note 63. 2; see also supra note 62 and accompanying text. B. For example, the Ministry of Finance has responsibility for negotiating Chile’s entry into NAFTA.
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