Australia demands end to IMO secrecy
The International Maritime Organization will hold a reform debate next week during its council meeting in London. With proposals for public access to IMO meetings, revised rules for member organisations and even greater power for the governing body, Australia maintains everything should be on the table, despite some of the biggest hitters in the IMO disagreeing
Australia says that transparency and openness reforms should be the first priority for the upcoming IMO debate, but it faces powerful opposition
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