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Actions (10)

Date Senate Actions
10/24/1989Resolution of advice and consent to ratification agreed to in Senate with amendments by Yea-Nay Vote. 99 - 0. Record Vote Number: 270.
10/24/1989Amendment No. 1044 agreed to by Voice Vote.
10/24/1989Amendment No. 1044 proposed by Senator Helms.
10/24/1989S.Amdt.1050 Amendment agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
10/24/1989S.Amdt.1050 Proposed by Senator Kerry for Senator Helms. To prevent the granting of assistance to foreign officials who engage in, encourage, or facilitate the production or distribution of illegal drugs.
07/31/1989Reported by Mr. Pell, Committee on Foreign Relations, with printed report with additional views - Ex.Rept. 101-13. Without reservation.
10/21/1988No further action at sine die, 100th Congress; automatically rereferred to Foreign Relations Committee under paragraph 2 of Rule XXX of the Standing Rules of the Senate.
09/30/1988Reported favorably, with a resolution of advice and consent to ratification without reservation, by Mr. Pell, Committee on Foreign Relations (Printed Report together with additional views--Ex. Rept. 100-31). Calendar No. 22.
04/25/1988Referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations by unanimous consent.
04/22/1988Received in the Senate.

Titles

Formal Title: The Treaty between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of the Kingdom of Thailand on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters, signed at Bangkok on March 19, 1986.

Short Title: TREATY WITH THAILAND ON MUTUAL ASSISTANCE IN CRIMINAL MATTERS


Resolution Text

TEXT OF RESOLUTION OF ADVICE AND CONSENT TO RATIFICATION AS AGREED TO BY THE SENATE:

Resolved, (two-thirds of the Senators present concurring therein), That the Senate advise and consent to the ratification of the Treaty between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of the Kingdom of Thailand on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters, signed at Bangkok on March 19, 1986, subject, however, to the inclusion in the instruments of ratification of the following understandings:
(1) Understanding. Nothing in this Treaty requires or authorizes legislation or other action by the United States of America prohibited by the Constitution of the United States.
(2) Understanding. Pursuant to the rights of the United States under this Treaty to deny requests which prejudice its essential public interests, the United States shall deny a request for assistance when the Central Authority, after consultation with all appropriate intelligence, anti-narcotic, and foreign policy agencies, has specific information that a senior government official who will have access to information to be provided under this treaty is engaged in or facilitates the production or distribution of illegal drugs.


Index Terms

ASSISTANCE
CRIMINAL
CRIMINAL MATTERS
MUTUAL ASSISTANCE
THAILAND