Parliament and International Treaties
Lok Sabha Secretariat, 1976 - Treaty-making power - 50 pages
On the constitutional role of the Indian Parliament in treaty making; includes summaries of parliamentary discussions on important treaties signed by the Government of India since 1950 and procedures prevalent in other countries.
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