The Turkish Grand National Assembly Warning: You Are Viewing The Law, Parliamentary General Assembly Accepted. If It Does Not Contain Any Changes That Are Made Later. International Maritime Organization Agreement In Which Changes Are Made

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Law No. 4621:24.1.2001 article 1. – The International Maritime Organization, adopted on 4 November 1993 General Assembly a. resolution pursuant to 735 (18) International Maritime Organization Convention on 16, 17 and 19 (b) approval of changes made to the item.
Article 2. – This law enters into force the date of promulgation.
Article 3. – This law the provisions of the Council of Ministers.

November 4, 1993 Date Accepted A Resolution 735 (18) (agenda item 10) CHANGES MADE to the General Assembly of the INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION AGREEMENT, 17. Ordinary Session, many delegations by, 1992-93, two-year period covering the years for the results of the Council elections BEARING in MIND the concerns voiced about the Council's 68. session, the Council elections to assess potential changes to the terms, the organization is an Ad Hoc Group open to all Member States, TAKING into ACCOUNT the establishment, within the IMO Agreement needed changes Organizations started, in the spirit of mutual goodwill and consensus is assessed and approved with Member States WELCOMED the general consensus, the Council recommended by the Ad Hoc Working Group and the election Council's 69. Approved by the IMO Convention session changes APPRAISE, 1. The International Maritime Organization Convention on 16, 17 and 19. provisions contained in the annex to this decision, brought text ACCEPTS changes;
2. General Organization lashes out at Bush, 67 IMO Agreement. According to the article, the Secretary-General of the United Nations adopted changes to transmit and 68. as stated in article approval documents and statements that asked him to accept;
3. Members of the Organization, 68. According to the article, the Secretary General to transmit the appropriate check documents as soon as possible through such INVITES to accept changes.

Additional CHANGES To INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION AGREEMENT VI. SECTION Council Article 16 16. changing the item's text is as follows: the Council, will consist of forty members elected by the General Assembly.
Article 17 17. the text of the item to be modified in the following ways when selecting the members of the General Assembly, the Council will comply with the following criteria: (a) ten members, international shipping services will consist of a maximum interest of States.
(b) ten members, international sea trade will consist of other States the most interest.
(c) Twenty members, the above (a) and (b) of the categories that are not selected, sea transportation and navigation the special interests and the Council selected in the world will allow the States of all the major geographic areas.
Article 19 (b) 19 (b) replacing the text of the item in the following way (b) is a member of the Council shall constitute a quorum needed to get the decision, the twenty-six.