ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly (AIPA)
1977-09-02 Manila Philippines
Proposed 1975, at ASEAN Parliamentary Meeting (APM). Established 2 Sep 1977, Manila (Philippines), as ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Organization (AIPO), at 3rd ARM, upon agreement of draft Statues. Statutes amended 1997, 2007 and 2013. Present name and new structure adopted, 2006, Cebu (Philippines), at 27th General Assembly. New organizational chart approved at 34th General Assembly, 2013, Brunei Darussalam.
Promote solidarity, understanding, cooperation and close relations among Parliaments of ASEAN Member States, AIPA Special Observers, Observers and other parliamentary organizations; facilitate the achievement of ASEAN's goals as constituted in ASEAN Declaration of August 1967, as well as ASEAN Vision 2020 taking into account Bali Concord II 2003 leading to the realization of an ASEAN Community; study, discuss and suggest solutions to problems of common interest and express its views on such issues with the aim of bringing about action and timely response by AIPA's members; promote principles of human rights, democracy, peace, security and prosperity in ASEAN.
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