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That this House is deeply concerned about the damage, death and destruction that is facilitated by arms trafficking and the ease of access to weapons; notes the approaching final negotiation and adoption of the future Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), which will legally bind the regulation of arms exports and imports, provide international oversight and create the necessary enforcement mechanisms; demands that the Government commits to a robust ATT that will enforce strict criteria and provide for categorical prohibition of all types of specified weapons and associated components with no exemptions; recognises that the arms trade is estimated to account for 50 per cent. of all global corrupt transactions; welcomes the proposition of an independent anti-corruption provision in the ATT; and urges that the Treaty must be enforceable on signatories, non-signatories and non-state actors.
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