The provisions on citizens` rights were endorsed by the UK and the EU in the draft Withdrawal Agreement of March 2018. There are no substantive amendments or additions, except in the provisions relating to the rights of nationals of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. Part Six sets out the institutional arrangements underlying the agreement and how VA disputes are to be resolved. The main changes to the sixth part of the March 2018 draft concern disputes relating to the agreement itself, which the Commission had initially proposed to settle by the CJEU if it could not be resolved by the Joint Committee. Instead, the November draft proposes in article 170 that all disputes that are not resolved by the Joint Committee be brought before an independent arbitral tribunal that makes a binding decision on the dispute. However, if the dispute requires the interpretation of terms or provisions of EU law, Article 174 requires the court to submit them to the CJEU for a binding interpretation of the terms or provisions that the court is then required to apply. 2. In the event of a disagreement between the Union and the United Kingdom on the reasonable period of time to comply with the arbitration panel decision, the complainant shall notify the arbitration panel in writing, within 40 days of notification of the respondent in accordance with paragraph 1, of the duration of the reasonable period. This request shall be communicated to the defendant at the same time. The arbitration panel shall notify the Union and the United Kingdom of its decision on the time limit for compliance within 40 days of the submission of the request. The Protocol on Gibraltar shall apply until the end of the transitional period, with the exception of the provisions on citizens` rights, which shall continue thereafter.
The Protocol covers the preparation of the application of the civil rights part of the Withdrawal Agreement and allows for the application of EU law at Gibraltar airport if the United Kingdom and Spain agree on this point; establishes cooperation between Spain and the United Kingdom in tax, environmental protection and fisheries matters, as well as in police and customs matters. The Memoranda of Understanding between the United Kingdom and Spain facilitate cooperation between the competent authorities of Gibraltar and Spain at the labour level, in particular through the deployment of joint committees in the areas of citizens` rights, the environment, police, customs and tobacco. This Agreement shall be drawn up in a single instrument in the Czech, Dutch, English, Bulgarian, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Dutch, Greek, German, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Czech, Dutch, Spanish and Spanish languages, the text of which is contained in each of the Czech languages. of these languages is also authentic. The UK has launched formal exit negotiations by formally notifying the European Council of its intention to leave the EU. RECALLING the commitments of the Union and the United Kingdom set out in the joint report of the negotiators of the European Union and the Government of the United Kingdom on the state of play of the negotiations during Phase 1 of the negotiations under Article 50 TEU on the orderly withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union of 8 December 2017, The Declaration on the Future Relationship between the European Union and the United Kingdom, Expressed, also known as the Political Declaration, is a non-binding declaration negotiated and signed at the same time as the binding and broader Withdrawal Agreement in relation to the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union (EU), colloquially known as Brexit, and the expected end of the transition period. The Withdrawal Agreement between the European Union and the United Kingdom sets out the conditions for an orderly withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU in accordance with Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union. Exchange of letters of 30 March and 19 April 1977, as amended by an exchange of letters of 8 November 1989 and 10 January 1990 on the Agreement on the waiver of reimbursement of the costs of benefits in kind, administrative checks and medical examinations Following the first round of negotiations on withdrawal, the UK and the EU adopted a common approach to financial arrangements in the December 2017 Joint Report.