Celtic League (CL)
1961-08-09 Rhosllannerchrugog UK
9 Aug 1961, Rhosllannerchrugog (UK). Constitution amended 1972, 1989.
Contribute to the struggle of the Celtic nations to secure or win political, cultural, social and economic freedom by: fostering cooperation among Celtic peoples; developing consciousness of the special relationship and solidarity among them; making their national struggles and achievements better known abroad; campaigning for a formal association of the Celtic nations once two or more have achieved self-government; advocating the use of national resources of each Celtic nation for the benefit of all its people.
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General Meeting (annual). General Council. Officers: Chairman/Convenor; General Secretary; Assistant General Secretary; Treasurer; Editor. National branches (6) and international branches (4), each with secretariat.
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