Andean Parliament

Parlement andin
Parlamento Andino

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History

25 Oct 1979, La Paz (Bolivia), on signature of a Treaty by representatives of the member countries of the Andean Community. First regular session held Aug 1980, Bogota. Became a Principal Organ of the Andean Subregional Integration Agreement (Cartagena Agreement), in accordance with the Protocol of Quito (Ecuador), which entered into force 25 May 1989. A Protocol modifying the charter and additional protocol on direct and universal elections of the representatives, signed Apr 1997, will enable consolidation as joint deliberative body of the Andean Integration System (SAI) representing the peoples of the Andean Community.

Aims

Participate in the legislative process by putting forward draft provisions of common interest to the bodies of the System; promote harmonization of member country legislation and the growth of cooperative and coordinated relations with parliaments of the Andean countries and of third countries; promote and guide the Andean subregional integration process; promote popular participation in the Andean integration process; encourage development of an Andean community spirit; maintain the full rule of freedom, social justice and democracy in which all in the Andean subregion participate; ensure that human rights are respected within the framework of the international instruments in force on the subject for all contracting parties; promote among the peoples of the Andean subregion awareness and extensive dissemination of the guiding principles and rules for establishing a new international order; encourage development and integration of the Latin American community; help strengthen international peace and justice.

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Activities

Recommends and promulgates decisions, resolutions, recommendations, declarations and agreements about the integration process through recommendations adopted by a two-thirds majority. Organizes: symposia on border problems; seminars on different affairs of the Andean Community; integration observatories; legislative assemblies; electoral observation missions.

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Relations with Inter-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 18 inter-governmental organizations.
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Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 1 non-governmental organizations.
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Members

Members in 5 countries
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Subjects *

  • Government
    • Parliament

UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

UIA Org ID

F9018

Last News Received

9. Aug 2018
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