Explosives, and Other Related Materials (CIFTA
(51) The Clinton Administration signed CIFTA
in November 1997 and
"As President Calderon and I discussed, I am urging the Senate in the United States to ratify an inter-American treaty known as CIFTA
to curb small arms trafficking that is a source of so many of the weapons used in this drug war," President Obama proclaimed in Mexico City in April.
Hoy en dia, la Secretaria para la Seguridad Multidimensional de la OEA reune a CICTE, CICAD y CIFTA
, asi como tambien esfuerzos multilaterales contra el crimen transnacional.
continues to offer its assistance so that states party to CIFTA
can implement that agreement and the U.N.
output series, not previously utilized in the literature, does not confirm the relative stability and growth of output found in the IBGE series, but instead corroborates the kind of dramatic decline revealed by the firm-level financial statistics: production declined by 9.4 percent in 1928, 12.1 percent in 1929, and 23.8 percent in 1930.
(3.) In the 1997 Inter-American Convention against the Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives, and Other Related Materials, commonly known by the Spanish acronym CIFTA
, firearms include the barreled weapons of the Criminal Code definition and also "any other weapon or destructive device such as any explosive, incendiary or gas bomb, grenade, rocket, rocket launcher, missile, missile system, or mine."
Title IX, Subtitle B of the bill would have required the President to establish an inter-agency task force on the prevention of illicit small arms trafficking in the Western Hemisphere; increase penalties for illicit trafficking in small arms and light weapons; and express congressional support for the ratification by the United States of the Inter-American Convention Against the Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives, and Other Related Materials (CIFTA