Permanent Executive Committee of the Inter-American Economic and Social Council
Commission exécutive permanente du Conseil économique et social interaméricain
Comisión Ejecutiva Permanente del Consejo Interamericano Económico y Social (CEPCIES)
1963-11 Sao Paulo Brazil
Nov 1963, Sao Paulo (Brazil), as Inter-American Committee of the Alliance for Progress (ICAP), at a meeting of U-XE5708 - Inter-American Economic and Social Council (IA-ECOSOC). Restructured as CEPCIES by resolution AG/Res 170 (IV-0/74) of the General Assembly of the D-XD3030 - OAS, 1974, Atlanta GA (USA). Ceased to exist on demise of IA-ECOSOC.
Analyse periodically the processes of development of OAS member states, the status of technical cooperation that member states are receiving; formulate and adopt recommendations on proposed program-budget of the Organization in the area of the Council; prepare the meetings of the Council; act as a continuing body in the economic and social areas; review the economies of member countries to assist them in obtaining finance for development projects.
Committee, consisting of one principal representative designated by each member state and elected by Council itself, and of alternates designated by each government. Chairman. Vice-Chairman.
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