Association francophone d'amitié et de liaison (AFAL)
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1974. Subsequently ceased to exist, but revived in 1983 as Association francophone d'accueil et de liaison. Previous statutes adopted 25 Nov 1997, Paris (France). Most recent statutes adopted, 3 Sep 2005, Paris (France). Registered in accordance with French law.
Contribute to the defence and expansion of the French language worldwide; unite francophone associations, assure dialogue among them and promote their activities, in particular through joint information; participate in international francophone institutions.
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General Assembly (annual). Administrative Council of 25 members. Bureau, consisting of President, Honorary President, 6 Vice-Presidents, Honorary Vice-President, Secretary General, Honorary Secretary General, Treasurer, General Delegate and Honorary Member. Committee of Honour of 17 members. Secretariat in Paris (France).
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