Conseil parlementaire interrégional (CPI)
Interregionaler Parlamentarier-Rat (IPR)
1986-02-17 Metz France
17 Feb 1986, Metz (France), when Convention was signed. Convention modified: 17 Apr 1989, Arlon (Belgium).
Encourage harmonious development of the 'Grande Région' by studying and encouraging adoption of legal and technical mechanisms adapted to cross-border realities and evolution in a European and international context; support development of bilingualism so as to increase the intellectual and physical mobility of students and businesses.
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Council, comprising representatives of regional parliaments and headed alternately by the President of each Member Assembly. Standing Committee, consisting of 2 representatives of each regional parliament. Commissions (5): Economic Affairs; Social Affairs; Transport and Communications; Environment and Agriculture; Education, Training, Research and Culture. Permanent Secretariat, headed by Permanent Secretary. Honorary President. Official Observers.
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