Obamatrade hands over U.S. sovereignty to international panel…”New commission can make decisions without even notifying Congress”

Friday, November 6, 2015
By Paul Martin

Nov. 5, 2015

UNITED NATIONS – Congress would be cut out of decisions impacting the nation’s economy and laws under the terms of an international agreement President Obama has negotiated and intends to sign.

The pact also essentially moves the nation’s economy out from under the constraints of the U.S. Constitution.

The administration on Thursday finally released the text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a global regulatory deal it has been negotiating in secret over the last six years. The TPP currently involves 12 countries on four continents.

The text reveals the TPP agreement undermines U.S. sovereignty by establishing a secret, unaccountable TransPacific Partnership Commission with sweeping regulatory powers over 40 percent of the world’s economy.

The TransPacific Partnership Commission would have the power to write rules concerning immigration, food, energy, medicine, the Internet, copyrights, patents and businesses within U.S. borders as well as across the rest of the commission’s membership.

Congress would have no role in creating or approving the rules the commission writes unilaterally.

A requirement that any objection to one of the commission’s decisions be made in writing within five days effectively excludes congressional input.

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