Implementation of Port State Measures (Legislative Template Framework for Procedures Role of Regional Fisheries Management Organizations)
Upon entry into force of the FAO Agreement on 5 June 2016, 30 FAO Members were parties and legally bound to implement its provisions in legislation and procedures. By the end of June, the number of parties had rapidly increased to 34 and this trend is expected to continue. The publication also examines the port State measures CMMs of the five tuna-RFMOs and five select RFMOs. At national level, the process of preparing legislation and procedures for entry into force of the FAO Agreement, as well as implementation of the IOTC Resolution and relevant CMMs of other RFMOs, has been challenging for many countries. The objective of the publication is twofold: to meet those challenges by providing generic legislative templates for the development of national legislation; and to explain the broader context of port State measures in relation to their development and use. Legislative templates and explanatory notes are provided for implementing the core and supporting provisions. The core provisions are those implemented directly from the FAO Agreement and the supporting provisions are those that relate to areas such as enforcement, information and evidence. The templates can be adapted to different legal systems, institutions and instruments.
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