Therefore, the board of directors would have the possibility to authorize or refuse international tariffs if they are presented by the operators. The U.S. government has also asked Congress to eliminate the powers of the Civil Aviation Council in order to give that council the power to directly set international tariffs. If the two countries are unable to agree on tariffs through IATA or others, the Bermuda agreement provides for the treatment of the tariff issue. The Bermuda agreement is under certain legal clouds in the United States. It and the Chicago Transport Agreement have been brought into force as executive agreements. . . .