Costa Rican Constitutional Court stops last CAFTA law project
The Courts declared the last process of the CAFTA implementation agenda project illegal, stopping its progress in the Legislative Assembly
Friday, September 12, 2008
The resolution by magistrates stops the processing of the plan which would reform several laws that have to do with intellectual property and the law on biodiversity.
The Costa Rican Constitutional Court approved the last law project for the trade agreement by ruling that it does not have any defects.
Yesterday at 6:28 pm lawmakers approved the last implementation law for the FTA in the first round of debate.
Members of the committee on Constitutional Consultation began to review the analysis of the ruling by the Constitutional Court on the last project of the CAFTA implementation agenda.
Costa will ask the United States this week for an extension without a deadline to approve the last law required for CAFTA to come into force.
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