In Britain, will set new rules for the imposition of sanctions after BrexitUncategorized August 2, 2017
The UK government has published the plan of the bill, which provides legal authority to impose sanctions after the country’s withdrawal from the European Union. On it informs Agency Reuters.
Now the UK imposes sanctions against countries under the EU laws. But without new legislation the British government will not be legal authority for the imposition of sanctions. Currently, there are more than 30 modes of sanctions, including against Russia, North Korea and Iran.
Under the new legislation, sanctions will be reviewed annually. It will also allow individuals and organizations to challenge sanctions imposed on them.
The government stated that his proposals will also facilitate the freezing of Bank accounts of suspected terrorists.
13 July 2017 the UK government has published a bill on the country’s withdrawal from the European Union.