All Executive Agreements Require The Approval Of The Senate. True False

The two-thirds requirement increases the burden on Senate leadership and may also encourage opponents of a contract to participate in a multitude of expansion tactics in the hope of obtaining enough votes to secure defeat. Each Assembly shall keep a journal of its deliberations and publish them from time to time, with the exception of the parts which, in its judgment, are confidential; and the yes and no of the members of the two Assemblies to any question shall be entered in the journal at the request of one fifth of those present. Most of the treaties submitted to the Senate have received council and approval from the Senate for ratification. In the first 200 years, the Senate approved more than 1,500 contracts and rejected only 21. Some of them, including the Treaty of Versailles, were rejected twice. .