(edited by ) II. LAW OF TREATIES I. RATIFICATION OF TREATIES On 15 November 1978, during the discussion on the annual budget of his Ministry, Mr. Forlani, Minister for Foreign Affairs, made the following statement before the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Chamber: It should also be borne in mind that the decision on when to ratify international agreements entails the making of highly political judgments which may persuade the Executive to delay the passage of the bill through Parliament, as a result, for instance, of circum- stances arising or because of the need to take account of the conduct of the other States signatories. There are also considerations of a technical nature which may, after commencement of the ratification procedure, lead to a decision to delay the introduction of the legislation into Parliament. It is sufficient to think of the fact that often the nature and subject-matter of international agreements is such as to raise delicate questions of interpretation reflecting a variety of interests, and there- fore requiring the joint participation of several Ministers, who all decide on the need to adopt provisions amending internal law, in order to adapt our legal order in accordance with the
The Italian Yearbook of International Law Online – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1978
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