For the purposes of this legal review, its development is limited to international investment agreements concluded in international for a (hereafter referred to as the IIA or the free trade agreement). The provisional measure of application of contracts is then analysed from the point of view of international and national law in order to characterize the elements of the provisional application measure; in this context, cases in which the provisional application of treaties has taken place are analysed from the point of view of case law. The respective conclusions will function as a colophone. “There is little difference between most executive treaties of Congress and self-directed treaties that do not violate the traditional authority of the Assembly – in both cases, they create mandatory legal obligations that are constitutionally subject to federal law and higher than state law.” Hathaway, Oona A., Op. 1236-1372, 1321. The EU is a subject of international law whose conventional practices are rich, varied and complex158. During its six decades of existence, the European Union has gradually intensified its external action due to the existence of generous capacity for cooperation in the constituent treaties159, the explicit recognition of the power to conclude international treaties by its own means 160 and the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice, in particular Of Europe 161. In this context, the EU has introduced a conventional practice, with the particular category of mixed agreements in mind162, which tests even the most regulated elements of the Vienna Convention 163, as well as sometimes other areas of international law outside treaty law164. , instruments such as GATT and GATS take a bottom-up and expansionary approach, as Member States demand broad and comprehensive commitments that can be deepened or limited by bilateral mechanisms. Summary: Inter-institutional agreements are included in the Contracting Act 1992. Much of the Mexican doctrine on international law makes a number of considerations at odds with this article; for example, inter-institutional agreements: a Mexican version of the executive agreements of Congress; are comparable to international treaties or are, in one way or another, governed by international law; Materials that may be legally binding Etc. In addition, we are examining here the analysis of the General Conclusion and Contract Approval Act to determine whether or not this proposed legislation resolves the problematic nature of existing contracting legislation. Méndez Silva, Ricardo, The Celebration of Treaty, Genealogy and Constitutional News, Mexican Yearbook of International Law, Mexico City, Vol.

This is conclusive, given that there are international treaties between states or between states and international organizations, but at least not between units or agencies of states; It is obvious that the President of the Republic (Mexico) is the holder of a state body, the executive, but if it signs an international treaty, it does so not by committing the will of the “organ” of which it exercises the “organ”, but by expressing its agreement and, finally, by committing the international responsibility of the Mexican state as a whole and the unity as the object of IDE63 – that is, the State as the subject of FDI. .64 according to the institutional draft of the Constitution. So how can we say that the “organs” – or worse – of the “decentralized units and bodies of the federal public administration, the federal states and the municipalities” enter into inter-institutional agreements governed by FDI and claiming to have legal effects identical or comparable to those of international treaties? The answer is not in any legal sense; that is, confirming such a thing, as the LSCT does, does not make sense, and it simply shows that legislators and their advisers have very little legal culture, much less an international legal system, but a simple legal system, which naturally involves unquestionable legal misconduct, provoked to some extent by a legislative euphoria that has taken over the Mexican Congress. which can quite find its birth in the change of power, realized at the beginning of this century, but launched in the 90s.65 Yes