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Where the national regulations of States call for compliance with procedures that are not identical but essentially similar to those contained in the Annex, no difference should be reported since the details of the procedures existing are the subject of notification through the medium of aeronautical information publications. Although differences to Recommended Practices are not notifiable under Article 38 of the Convention, Contracting States are urged to notify the Organization of the differences between their national regulations and practices and any corresponding Recommended Practices contained in an Annex. States should categorize each difference notified on the basis of whether the corresponding national regulation is: a) More exacting or exceeds the ICAO Standard or Recommended Practice (SARP) (Category A).
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Score: 647486.96 - https://www.icao.int/safety/lp...s/NoteOnDifference/note.En.pdf
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(b) Implementing the regulations relating to management of internet services issued by State administrative bodies. (...) Registering and publishing quality standards of services in accordance with the State regulations on management of quality of services. 2. (...) A fine of one million (1,000,000) to five million (5,000,000) Vietnamese dong shall be imposed for one of the following breaches: (a) Breach of State regulations on standards and quality in the use of internet services; (b) Breach of State regulations on prices and tariff for the use of internet services; (c) Breach of State regulations on management of internet resources in the use of internet services; (d) Breach of State regulations on internet access and connection management in the use of internet services; (dd) Breach of State regulations on coding and decoding of information on the internet in the use of internet services; (e) Breach of State regulations on safety and security of internet information in the use of internet services.
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Score: 647368.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM28_LEG_24.pdf
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Printing - LAW OF THE SEA (National legislation) © DOALOS/OLA - UNITED NATIONS Page 1 National legislation - DOALOS/OLA - United Nations asdf Federal Act relating to the Sea, 8 January 1986 The Congress of the United Mexican States decrees: TITLE I General Provisions CHAPTER I Scope of application of the Act Article 1 This Act establishes regulations relating to the fourth, fifth, sixth and eighth paragraphs of article 27 of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States in respect of Mexican maritime zones. (...) Article 31 The Federal Executive Power shall hold the flag State responsible for any loss or damage to the Nation resulting from the non-compliance by a warship, or other government ship operated for non-commercial purposes, with the national laws and regulations concerning passage through the territorial sea or with the provisions of this Act, its regulations and other applicable rules of international law. (...) Article 49 The Federal Executive Power shall ensure that, in exercising their rights and performing their duties in the Mexican exclusive economic zone, foreign States have due regard to the rights, jurisdiction and duties of the Nation and comply with this Act, its regulations and other national regulations adopted in accordance with the Constitution and applicable rules of international law.
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Score: 647287.94 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...TIES/PDFFILES/MEX_1986_Act.pdf
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Attachment (to Resolution 61) Suggested guidelines for regulators, administrations and operating agencies authorized by Member States for dealing with number misappropriation In the interest of global development of international telecommunications, it is desirable for regulators, administrations and operating agencies authorized by Member States to cooperate with others and to take a collaborative and reasonable approach to avoid the blocking of country codes, whereas other options are the selective blocking or the withholding of interconnection payments for particular international numbers, , under a case by case authorization from national regulators. (...) It also requires the name of the carrier to whom the call is destined, time of the call and called number, and passes it to the national regulator in country Z. A Member State or a Recognized Operating Agency that believes misuse of a numbering resource is occurring should notify to the TSB Director. (...) The national regulator may also advise the national regulator of the next country of the call details (including the call detail record) and, if needed, requests the national regulator to request further information.
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Score: 647202.73 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...ived/042ADD28E_as_received.doc
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EaPeReg contribution to GRS-21 The Eastern Partnership Regulators Network (EaPeReg) is the regional association of the regulators in ICT sector of 6 EaP countries and EU Member States that together, based on the Joint Communication to the European Parliament, the European Council, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions: Eastern Partnership policy beyond 2020: Reinforcing Resilience-an Eastern Partnership that delivers for all1, endeavours to achieve a harmonised approach under the subject 4.4. (...) Technologies and business models will continue to evolve and in this regard data-driven approach will help regulators to be more reactive and agile. In addition, participation of regulators in the legislative initiatives that have impact on the sector under their competences must be clearly stated in the legislation. In time, it has become notorious that regulators are the most reliable in providing the most accurate information necessary for the data-driven regulation.
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Score: 646985.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...21_Contribution_08_EaPeReg.pdf
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AFCAC - African Civil Aviation Commission 7 The Specific texts The Institutional and Regulatory Texts under reference are: i) Regulations on the Powers, Functions and Operations of the Executing Agency of the Yamoussoukro Decision - Annex 4 ii) Regulations on Competition in Air Transport Services in Africa - Annex 5 iii)Regulations on Protection of Air Transport Services –Annex 6  AFCAC - African Civil Aviation Commission 8 Objective  The Regulatory Texts have been developed with the approval of the African Ministers of Transport to empower the Executing Agency to manage and enforce appropriate rules and regulations in respect of the intra African air transport liberalisation.  They are also intended to give fair and equal opportunities to all players and to promote healthy competition, protection of consumers’ interest and the settlement of disputes: AFCAC - African Civil Aviation Commission 9 REGULATION ON COMPETITION IN AIR TRANSPORT SERVICES WITHIN AFRICA.ART.7 AFCAC - African Civil Aviation Commission 10  Object The purpose of this Regulation is to promote and guarantee free and fair competition in Intra-Africa air transport services in order to develop the air transport industry and to contribute to the welfare of the citizens of the State Parties.  Scope of Application This Regulation shall apply to scheduled and non-scheduled intra-Africa air transport services, including any practice, agreement or conduct thereto which might have an anti-competitive effect within the separate and joint territories of the regional economic communities and within the entire African continent. (...) The objective of these Regulations is to protect the consumer of air transport services against unfair treatment in the provision of services.  2. (...) The legal challenge is whether such tribunals can be established by instrumentality of Regulations. AFCAC - African Civil Aviation Commission 19 EXISTING YD MECHANISMS The withdrawal of the Dispute Resolution Regulations should however not be seen as hindrance to the implementation of the SAATM since the YD itself provides mechanisms for resolving disputes as they arise.  Article 8 of the YD provides as follows:  8.1 ‘’ If any dispute arises between States Parties relating to the interpretation or application of this Decision, the States Parties concerned shall in the first-place endeavour to settle the dispute by negotiation.’’  8.2 ‘’ If the State Parties concerned fail to reach a settlement of the dispute by negotiation within 21 days, either party may submit the dispute for arbitration in accordance with the arbitration procedures set forth in Appendix 2 hereof.’’
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Score: 646891.06 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...r.%20Amaleboba%20-%20AFCAC.pdf
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Cuba – Maintain “as is” Syria – could be covered in CS or CV c) The Members, where appropriate, shall cooperate in implementing the International Telecommunication Regulations. European States and Sudan -- obsolete Egypt – ITRs should contain procedures for cooperation in cases where a member state is affected by services emanating from another Member state. (...) European States and Sudan -- redundant or obsolete Egypt – Clarify that ITRs have same status as the Radio Regulations Cuba – Maintain “as is” Syria – could be covered in CS or CV Article 2 Definitions For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions shall apply. (...) European States, Lithuania and Sudan -- Covered by CS/42 Article 10 Final Provisions European States and Sudan – obsolete Syria – needs to stay in ITR 10.1 These Regulations, of which Appendices 1, 2 and 3 form integral parts, shall enter into force on I July 1990 at 0001 hours UTC.
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Score: 646544.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/itr/files/1204/wd-206.doc
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Article42 Laws and regulations of States bordering straits relating to transit passage 1. (...) States bordering straits shall give due publicity to all such laws and regulations. 4. Foreign ships exercising the right of transit passage shall comply with such laws and regulations. 5. The flag State of a ship or the State of registry of an aircraft entitled to sovereign immunity which acts in a manner contrary to such laws and regulations or other provisions of this Part shall bear international responsibility for any loss or damage which results to States bordering straits.
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Score: 646239.65 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/c...eements/texts/unclos/part3.htm
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Article42 Laws and regulations of States bordering straits relating to transit passage 1. (...) States bordering straits shall give due publicity to all such laws and regulations. 4. Foreign ships exercising the right of transit passage shall comply with such laws and regulations. 5. The flag State of a ship or the State of registry of an aircraft entitled to sovereign immunity which acts in a manner contrary to such laws and regulations or other provisions of this Part shall bear international responsibility for any loss or damage which results to States bordering straits.
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Score: 646239.65 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/c...eements/texts/unclos/part3.htm
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The requirements of the Rules shall apply to the accredited conformity assessment bodies, bodies of state control of their activities as well as legal and natural persons participating in the activities of the state system of technical regulation of the Republic of Kazakhstan. 3. (...) Procedure of suspension or cancellation of the validity of certificates of conformity or the validity of conformity declarations registration by the officials conducting state control 14. In case of detection by the official conducting state control in accordance with Article 40 of the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan “On technical regulation”, of non-conformity of the certified products with the requirements of the normative legal acts in the field of technical regulation, an instruction of appropriate form on elimination of violations and suspension of the validity of the certificate of conformity or the validity of the registration of conformity declaration for the period up to one month, shall be executed. 15. (...) The conformity assessment body that has issued the certificate of conformity or registered the conformity declaration, upon the receipt of the decision of the body of state control shall, within three days period, make a record in the register of state technical regulation system on cancellation of the certificate of conformity or the registration of the conformity declaration. 17.
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Score: 646201.76 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../kaz_e/WTACCKAZ63A1_LEG_13.pdf
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