Conference Series, Temas47-48

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1940

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Página 23 - That any attempt on the part of a non-American State against the integrity or inviolability of the territory, the sovereignty or the political independence of an American State shall be considered as an act of aggression against all the American States.
Página 88 - In witness whereof, the undersigned Plenipotentiaries, having deposited their full powers found to be in due and proper form, sign this Treaty on behalf of their respective Governments on the dates appearing opposite their signatures.
Página 59 - The Second Meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the American Republics Resolves: 1. To urge the Inter- American Neutrality Committee to draft a preliminary project of Convention dealing with the juridical effects of the Security Zone and the measures of international cooperation which the American States are ready to adopt to obtain respect for the said Zone.
Página 14 - Republics shall adopt within its territory all necessary measures in accordance with its constitutional powers to prevent and suppress any activities directed, assisted or abetted by foreign governments, or foreign groups or individuals, which tend to subvert the domestic institutions, or to foment disorder in their internal political life, or to modify by pressure, propaganda, threats, or in any other manner, the free and sovereign right of their peoples to be governed by their existing democratic...
Página 63 - ... 1. A passport is essentially an identification document which accredits in foreign countries the holder thereof as a national of the country which issues it; 2. Such document has an eminently international character, inasmuch as its possessor uses it solely as a document of identification outside the territory of his country of origin or of adoption; 3. The states of the American Continent must exercise the utmost care in issuing passports for the use of their respective nationals, in order that...
Página 88 - Cuba shall transmit at the earliest possible date authentic certified copies to the governments for the aforementioned purpose of ratification. The instrument of ratification shall be deposited in the archives of the Pan American Union in Washington, which shall notify the signatory governments of said deposit. Such notification shall be considered as an exchange of ratifications.
Página 49 - They should be prepared to resume the conduct of trade with the entire world on this basis as rapidly as other nations are willing to do likewise. In the meantime, the American nations must and should do everything in their power to strengthen their own economic position, to improve further the trade and other economic relations between and among themselves, and to devise and apply appropriate means of effective action to cope with the difficulties, disadvantages, and dangers of the present disturbed...
Página 66 - To forbid the traffic in arms and war material, except when intended for the government, while the belligerency of the rebels has not been recognized, in which latter case the rules of neutrality shall be applied.
Página 61 - February 20, 1928 signed, at Habana, a convention on diplomatic officers which contains the principles generally accepted by all nations. 3. The said convention establishes, among others, the following principles: (a) Foreign diplomatic officers shall not participate in the domestic or foreign politics of the state in which they exercise their functions.
Página 42 - In the deliberations in the plenary sessions as well as in the committees, the delegation of each republic represented at the Conference shall have but one vote, and the votes shall be taken separately by countries and shall be recorded in the minutes. Votes as a general rule shall be taken orally, unless any delegate should request that they be taken in writing. In this case each delegation shall deposit in an urn a ballot containing the name of the nation which it represents and the sense in which...

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