Difference between revisions of "Trinidad and Tobago"

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|Sex selection=?
 
|Sex selection=?
 
|Surrogacy=no policy
 
|Surrogacy=no policy
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|European Union=
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|Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development=
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|Council of Europe=
 
|1997 COE Biomedicine Convention=n/a
 
|1997 COE Biomedicine Convention=n/a
 
|1998 COE Cloning Convention=n/a
 
|1998 COE Cloning Convention=n/a
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|2005 UNESCO Sports Doping Convention=RATIFIED
 
|2005 UNESCO Sports Doping Convention=RATIFIED
 
|Treaty of Lisbon=n/a
 
|Treaty of Lisbon=n/a
|History=Senate Bill No. 4 of 1999 (An Act Respecting Human Reproductive Technologies and Commerical Transactions Relating to Human Reproduction) would have explicitly prohibited reproductive cloning stating. However, the bill lapsed at the end of the parliamentary session.
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|Introduction=
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|Key laws and policies=Trinidad and Tobago does not appear to have national laws or policies specific to the practices currently falling within the scope of this discussion.
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|History=There is one fertility clinic in Trinidad and Tobago, but no regulation or legislation.
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Senate Bill No. 4 of 1999 (An Act Respecting Human Reproductive Technologies and Commerical Transactions Relating to Human Reproduction) would have explicitly prohibited reproductive cloning and regulated human reproductive technologies. However, the bill lapsed at the end of the parliamentary session.
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Comment from the health minister indicates there is no new legislation on the agenda. - http://newsday.co.tt/sunday_special_report/0,171621.html
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Link to 1999 Bill (lapsed) may be found here: http://www.ttparliament.org/publications.php?mid=28&id=478
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