An Agreement Between The President And The Head Of A Foreign Government

If a contract is submitted to the Senate for approval, the Senate has several options for action. The Senate may approve or reject the submitted treaty or make its approval conditional by introducing amendments to the text of the treaty in the resolution – reservations, agreements, interpretations, declarations or other declarations. The President and the other countries concerned must then decide whether to accept the conditions and changes in the legislation, whether to renegotiate the provisions or whether to abandon the treaty. Finally, the Senate may decide not to take final action and to leave the treaty pending in the Senate until it is withdrawn at the request of the Speaker or, occasionally, at the initiative of the Senate. Dictum to Garamendi recognizes some of the questions that can be raised about Zschernig…