Permanent Consultative Committee of the Maghreb (PCCM)

Comité permanent consultatif du Maghreb (CPCM)

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Founded

1964-10-01 Tunis Tunisia

History

1 Oct 1964, Tunis (Tunisia), by protocol signed by the Ministers of Economic Affairs of Algeria, Libyan AJ, Morocco and Tunisia. Libyan AJ withdrew in 1970. Mauritania became a member in 1975. Statutes adopted Oct 1968. Ceased to exist.

Aims

Act as a consultative and technical organ for the purpose of studying, in their entirety, problems affecting economic cooperation in the Maghreb and propose to the Conference of Ministers all measures which reinforce this cooperation; realize the establishment of the Maghreb Economic Community.

Structure

Conference of Ministers of Economic Affairs is the supreme authority of the organization, to which the Committee, composed of President (holding the rank of Minister) and 4 delegates (1-year terms) is responsible. Permanent Secretariat, headed by Administrative Secretary appointed by President. Dependent bodies: H-XE6745 - Maghreb Centre for Administrative Studies and Research; U-XE3958 - Maghreb Centre for Industrial Studies; U-XE4600 - Maghreb Commission of National Accounting and Statistics; U-XE6747 - Maghreb Committee for Development of Stockbreeding; U-XE4556 - Comité maghrébin pour l'énergie électrique (CMEE); U-XE2278 - Comité maghrébin de l'emploi et du travail (CMET); U-XE4727 - Maghreb Committee on Insurance and Reinsurance; U-XE4459 - Comité maghrébin de normalisation (COMANOR); U-XE2270 - Maghreb Committee for Pharmaceutical Products; U-XE4888 - Maghreb Committee on Postal and Telecommunications Coordination; U-XE4508 - Maghreb Committee on Tourism; and U-XE4748 - Commission maghrébine des transports et communications (CMTC) with the following subsidiary specialized committees: U-XE4988 - Maghreb Committee for Air Transport; U-XE4989 - Maghreb Committee on Road Transport; U-XE4987 - Maghreb Committee on Shipping; E-XE0658 - Railway Transport Committee of the Maghreb. Instrumental in setting up: H-XE0697 - Central Office for Maghrebian Compensation; U-XE2674 - Maghreb Advisory Committee on Education and Teaching; U-XE2675 - Maghreb Advancement and Vocational Training Committee; U-XE0696 - Secrétariat maritime maghrébin (SMM); U-XU1307 - Commission maghrébine de l'industrie (CMI).

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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic GrowthGOAL 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal

UIA Org ID

XD2939

Last News

1991

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