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A “simple executive agreement”, which can also be translated as “purely executive agreement” or “executive”, refers to an international negotiated procedure in American law, different, on the one hand, from treaties and, on the other hand, from executive agreements of Congress (CEA, congressional and executive agreements). This distinction is inscribed in American law: for international law, the agreements concluded according to each of these procedures are all treaties. Generally speaking, “executive agreements” (elaborated or not with Congress) are not explicitly included in the Constitution, but were approved as early as 1792 by a postal law of Congress [1]. Dictum in Garamendi recognizes some of the questions that can be raised about Zschernig. . . .