Actions: Senate Consideration of Treaty Document 105-1(A)All Information (Except Treaty Text)

 
Date Senate Actions
05/20/1999Resolution of advice and consent to ratification agreed to in Senate by Division vote.
05/20/1999Treaty moved through its parliamentary stages up to and including presentation of the resolution of advice and consent to ratification.
05/20/1999Considered by Senate.
05/13/1999Reported by Mr. Helms, Committee on Foreign Relations, with printed report - Ex.Rept. 106-2. Favorably with a resolution of advice and consent to ratification with one reservation, nine understandings, and thirteen conditions.
10/21/1998Rereferred to Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
10/21/1998No further action at sine die adjournment of the 105TH Congress; automatically rereferred to the Committee on Foreign Relations under the provisions of Rule XXX, section 2, of the Standing Rules of the Senate.
10/10/1998Reported by Mr. Helms, Committee on Foreign Relations, with printed report - Ex.Rept. 105-21. With 1 reservation, 9 understandings, and 14 conditions. Placed on the Executive Calendar.
07/23/1998Committee on Foreign Relations. Ordered to be reported without amendment favorably. With 1 reservation, 9 understandings, 14 conditions.
02/03/1998Committee on Foreign Relations. Treaty divided into 3 treaties. TD 105-1A is Amended Mines Protocol; TD 105-1B is Incendiary Weapons Protocol and TD 105-1C is Protocol on Blinding Laser Weapons.
01/07/1997Received in the Senate and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations by unanimous consent.