International Union of Local Authorities - Asian and Pacific Section (IULA-ASPAC)
1989-09-06 Perth WA Australia
6 Sep 1989, Perth (Australia), within the framework of H-XB2736 - International Union of Local Authorities (IULA). Strategic plan most recently revised in 2002. Ceased to exist when IULA merged with H-XB3391 - World Federation of United Cities (UTO) to form B-XF6714 - World Organization of United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG).
Forge links among local municipalities, towns, villages and communities within Asia and the Pacific.
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Council (meeting every 2 years) comprises one representative of each full member of IULA in Asia and the Pacific. Executive Committee comprises President, 3 Vice-Presidents and 11 members. Secretariat in Jakarta (Indonesia), headed by Secretary-General and assisted by Deputy-Secretary and 4 Officers.
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