11 Part three. Chapter Three. On International Treaties
SECTION ONE. THE BASIC RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Chapter One. The Spaniards and foreigners
Chapter Two. Rights and freedoms
Part 1. Fundamental rights and public freedoms
Part 2. On the rights and responsibilities of citizens
Chapter Three. The fundamental principles of social and economic policy
Chapter Four. On guarantees of fundamental freedoms and human
Chapter Five. On the suspension of the rights and freedoms
SECTION TWO. ABOUT CROWN
SECTION THREE. About the Cortes Generales
Chapter One. About the Chambers
Chapter Two. On the development of laws
Chapter Three. On International Treaties
SECTION FOUR. ABOUT THE STATE GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
SECTION FIVE. ON RELATIONS BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT AND Cortes Generales
SECTION EIGHT. ON TERRITORIAL UNIT OF THE STATE
Chapter One. General Provisions
Chapter Two. Local Government
Chapter Three. On Autonomous Communities
CHAPTER NINE. THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT
SECTION TEN. On constitutional reform
On International Treaties
Organic law granted the right to enter into treaties that international organizations or institutions exercise polnomochy not inconsistent with the Constitution, to the Cortes Generales or the Government. In each case, the law responsibility to enforce treaties or resolutions emanating from international or supranational organizations authorized by said law.
1. The prior consent of the Cortes Generales to enter into the following international treaties or agreements to which the State bepet the following obligations:
a) Treaties of a political nature;
b) contracts or agreements of a military nature;
c) treaties or agreements affecting the territorial integrity of the State or the fundamental rights and duties provided for in section 1;
g) agreements and treaties that impose financial obligations to the state;
d) contracts and agreements that involve changing or abandoned any law or require legislative measures for their implementation.
2. Congress and the Senate should immediately be made aware of the conclusion of treaties or other agreements.
1. Conclusion of an international treaty containing stipulations contrary to the Constitution requires the prior revision of the Constitution.
2. The government or any of the Chambers may apply to the Constitutional Court in order to obtain from it the conclusion whether or not there is protivorechie.
1. International agreements concluded in accordance with the requirements to become, after their publication in Spain, part of domestic law. Their provisions may be repealed, amended or suspended only in the manner prescribed in camih treaties or in accordance with universally recognized norms of international law.
2. For denunciation of international treaties and agreements apply the same order as provided for in Article 94 for their zaklyucheniya.