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European Parliament Formally Considers But Defers Vote on Drug Legalization On October 11-13, 1993, the Committee on Civil Liberties and Internal Affairs of the European Parliament debated drug legalization and a draft report by Marco Taradash, but in the end decided to... 9 12 1993-12-01 Europe Drugs & Trafficking, Drug Enforcement
OAS Tax Protocol Will Provide Enforcement Cooperation to Inter-American Mutual Assistance Treaties The proposed Optional Protocol Related to the Inter-American Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters (hereafter referred to as the OAS MLAT) will require assistance in tax crimes and... 9 12 1993-12-01 Latin America and South America Tax Enforcement, International Cooperation, Tax Crimes
Commonwealth Law Ministers Condemn State-Sponsored Abduction At a meeting held November 15-19, 1993, in Grand Baie, Mauritius, the Commonwealth Law Ministers, which consist of the Attorney Generals and attorneys in the Ministries of Justice and related... 9 12 1993-12-01 British Commonwealth Extradition, Treaties
German Cabinet Approves Law Criminalizing Insider Trading On November 3, 1993, the German cabinet approved a law criminalizing insider trading with a potential punishment of up to five years in prison. The proposed law will establish a new watchdog to stop... 9 12 1993-12-01 Germany Trade Crimes, Legislation
Clinton Administration Seeks to Increase Scope of Police and Other Administration of Justice Programs During a hearing on September 14, 1993, held by the House Foreign Affairs Committee, the Clinton Administration recommended that the Administration of Justice (AOJ) programs be expanded both in the... 9 12 1993-12-01 United States International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement, Investigation, Training
U.S. Government Returns Stolen Mexican Art In November 1993 the media reported that the United States Government recently has returned to Mexican authorities eight lithographs stolen from the Mexico City home of Mexican artist Rufino Tamayo... 9 12 1993-12-01 United States, Mexico Art and Cultural Property, International Cooperation
Slovenia Signs Council of Europe Conventions Relating to Economic Crime, Personal Data and Human Rights Procedure On November 11, 1993, Slovenia signed 4 Council of Europe Conventions: the Council of Europe Convention on Money Laundering, the Convention on Insider Trading, the Convention for the Protection of... 9 12 1993-12-01 Slovenia, European Union Money Laundering, Human Rights, Privacy, Trade Crimes, Investigation
European Commission Promises to Take Action Against Caribbean Drug Trafficking and Money Laundering On March 29, 1993, Mr. Ernest Glinne (S) posed a question on what the European Union (EU) intends to do concerning the absence of proper investigation of drug trafficking, prostitution, organized... 9 12 1993-12-01 Caribbean, European Union Money Laundering, Drugs & Trafficking, International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement
European Union Examining Measures to Combat the Mafia In 1993 written questions and answers have elucidated a project of the European Union (EU) to develop strengthened mechanisms to combat the mafia. The Ministers discussed several potential... 9 12 1993-12-01 European Union Organized Crime, International Cooperation
U.S. Congress Hears Suggestions to Counteract New Threats to U.S. National Security from International Organized Crime On November 4, 1993, the Subcommittee on International Security, International Organizations and Human Rights, House Committee on Foreign Affairs held a hearing on the new and growing threats to... 9 12 1993-12-01 United States Human Rights, Organized Crime, Smuggle
Prisoner Transfer and Drug Cooperation Between U.S. and Cuba Again Point the Way to Improved Diplomatic Relations During August and September 1993, history has repeated itself as improvement in diplomatic relations between the Clinton Administration and the Castro Regime in Cuba has followed steps to improve... 9 12 1993-12-01 United States, Cuba Terrorism, Transfer of Prisoners, Drugs & Trafficking, International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement, Deportation, Criminal Procedure/Proceedings
China Defends Use of Prisoners and Cites Oregon as Example of U.S. Violations China has begun to actively launch an offensive against the U.S. in the battle of the illicit use of prison labor to export. In August 1992 the U.S. and China concluded a memorandum of understanding... 9 12 1993-12-01 United States, China Human Rights, Prisoner Rights, Export Enforcement
Bibliography The next bibliography will appear in the January 1994 issue of the INTERNATIONAL ENFORCEMENT LAW REPORTER. 9 12 1993-12-01 World Bibliography
Conferences Upcoming conferences include ?Expanding Extraterritorial Application of U.S. Export Law? which will take place in Washington, DC in January 1994...[more] 9 12 1993-12-01 World Conferences
European Union Will Tighten Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Enforcement On November 21, 1993, the European Union finance ministers reached tentative agreement on proposals to enhance the powers of bank supervisory authorities in the aftermath of the scandals and collapse... 9 12 1993-12-01 European Union Money Laundering, Financial Supervision, Financial Enforcement
Venezuela Criminalizes Money Laundering and Imposes Far-Reaching Due Diligence Requirements On September 30, 1993, the Official Gazette of the Government of Venezuela gave notice of a draconian new law, criminalizing money laundering and imposing comprehensive due diligence requirements on... 9 12 1993-12-01 Venezuela Money Laundering, Drugs & Trafficking, Financial Supervision, Legislation