Oversight on Territories and Insular Affairs: Hearing Before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-sixth Congress, First Session ... June 25, 1979
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1979 - 778 sider
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accounts activities additional Administration agencies agreement amount annual applied appropriate approximately areas assistance Atoll Authority average BALANCE benefits Bikini building Cash claim CLEVE collected Community Congress considered construction continue corporate cost Court debt Department duties economic effect efforts employment Eneu established estimated exemptions expenditures facilities Federal fiscal Fund Government of Guam Governor grants gross growth Guam Health Housing imported income tax increase individual industry interest Interior June 30 labor land limited loans major meet military million needs negotiations Office operating Organic payments percent period person plans population possible present problems programs projects proposed Public receipts received recent records requirements residents responsibility result revenues Senator McCLURE shows sources statement subsidies Table Territorial Government Total Trust United utilities Virgin Islands Wake
Side 25 - Charter, shall be: a. to further international peace and security; b. to promote the political, economic, social, and educational advancement of the inhabitants of the trust territories, and their progressive development towards self-government or independence as may be appropriate to the particular circumstances of each territory and its peoples and the freely expressed wishes of the peoples concerned, and as may be provided by the terms of each trusteeship agreement; c.
Side 28 - WHEREAS under Article 77 of the said Charter the trusteeship system may be applied to territories now held under mandate; and WHEREAS on 17 December 1920 the Council of the League of Nations confirmed a mandate for the former German islands north of the equator to Japan, to be administered in accordance with Article 22 of the Covenant of the League of Nations; and WHEREAS Japan, as a result of the Second World War...
Side 28 - The United Nations shall establish under its authority an international trusteeship system for the administration and supervision of such territories as may be placed thereunder by subsequent individual agreements.
Side 29 - ... 3 Promote the social advancement of the inhabitants and to this end shall protect the rights and fundamental freedoms of all elements of the population without discrimination...
Side 30 - States no less favourable than that granted by them to the nationals of other States. The Security Council may recommend, or invite other organs of the United Nations to consider and recommend, what rights the inhabitants of the Trust Territory should acquire in consideration of the rights obtained by Members of the United Nations in the Trust Territory.
Side 30 - The provisions of Articles 87 and 88 of the Charter shall be applicable to the trust territory, provided that the administering authority may determine the extent of their 'applicability to any areas which may from time to time be specified by. it as closed for security reasons.
Side 28 - The Administering Authority shall have full powers of administration, legislation, and jurisdiction over the Territory subject to the provisions of this Agreement, and may apply to the Trust Territory, subject to any modifications which the Administering Authority may consider desirable, such of the laws of the United States as it may deem appropriate to local conditions and requirements.
Side 28 - To this end the administering authority shall be entitled: 1. to establish naval, military and air bases and to erect fortifications in the trust territory; 2.
Side 30 - ARTICLE 11. 1. The administering authority shall take the necessary steps to provide the status of citizenship of the trust territory for the inhabitants of the trust territory. 2. The administering authority shall afford diplomatic and consular protection to inhabitants of the trust territory when outside the territorial limits of the trust territory or of the territory of the administering authority. ARTICLE 12. The administering authority shall enact such legislation as may be necessary to place...
Side 28 - Japan, as a result of the Second World War, has ceased to exercise any authority in these islands; Now, therefore, the Security Council of the United Nations, having satisfied itself that the relevant articles of the Charter have been complied with, hereby resolves to approve the following terms of trusteeship for the Pacific Islands formerly under mandate to Japan.