IMO reform push recruits leading flag states
Australia’s push has not fallen on deaf ears. A proposal that urges the IMO to reconsider some of its fundamental aspects has received official support from vocal IMO stakeholders such as the Bahamas, Liberia, Canada and Iran. Is the 12-member state coalition strong enough to force a re-examination of the internal working of the global maritime regulator?
Australia’s push for reform of the IMO has been boosted by the support of Liberia and the Bahamas, which are the world’s third and seventh-largest flag states respectively
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