While the application of the Clinton decision to a clause to cancel a free trade agreement may cause difficulties for a review tribunal, this decision raises some reasons why a court might consider the "repeal" provisions contained in free trade agreements to be constitutional. First, the presidential power to exercise power depends on a condition that did not exist when Congress passed the free trade agreement law: the end of the underlying free trade agreement. Such an event will probably take place long after the president signs the law. Second, the repeal provisions do not seem to give the President a margin of appreciation for repealing the law after the end of the free trade agreement. Instead, the provisions that are defined and will be released "would no longer have any effect" on the effective date of the agreement89.89 Third, the repeal of the laws enforcing Congressional policy in the implementation of the trade agreement would be possible to the extent that, when the international agreement is terminated, its transposition into national legislation (for example). B tariff concessions for imports from television partners within the EU) would be suspended. Fourth, the repeal provisions do not allow the president to decide which provisions to end. It does not appear, therefore, that the President can "raise laws for his own political reasons." 90 Finally, the repeal provisions delegate to the authority of the President in the field of foreign trade and foreign affairs, where a court would probably have more respect for congressional delegations.91 In order to adjust tariffs on products imported from ESTV partner countries to what they would be in the absence of the free trade agreement (generally, higher maximum prices (MFN) in Column 1 of the "General General" of HTSUS). As has already been said, many free trade agreement implementation laws contain provisions, 97 Assuming that such provisions are constitutional and that Congress has not amended or repealed them, these provisions would nullify the power to amend the tariff conferred on the President in accordance with the law of application of the Free Trade Agreement.
, which would result in invalidating proclamations from the President to reduce tariffs under these authorities.9 Provisions that repeal the power to amend the president`s tariffs under the Free Trade Agreement Act. Tariffs would then return to what they would be if the President did not make statements of the law enforcing that particular trade agreement99 If the implementing law were not repealed with the end or withdrawal of the United States from the ESTV, the President could invoke certain provisions of that law to adapt tariffs to what they were before the ESTV.100 , the President`s communication on the denunciation of a free trade agreement to trading partners, in accordance with the terms of the Free Trade Agreement59, appears sufficient to free the United States from its international obligations from the date of withdrawal, in accordance with the provisions relating to the revocation of existing free trade agreements and the withdrawal rules provided by the Vienna Convention.60 , additional questions may be raised as to the impact of the President`s termination of the free trade agreement on the provisions relating to the implementation of the ESTV obligations in national law and to what extent and to what extent the President could withdraw the provisions of national legislation that implement an ESTV.