Pacific Islands, Australia and New Zealand Electoral Administrators Network (PIANZEA)
1997-10-10 Korolevu Fiji
At founding meeting several Pacific countries came together to sign the Warwick Declaration which continued and maintained in the Pacific spirit this close association of Pacific electoral administrators. The declaration was initially supported by 15 countries and provides for networking, information sharing and mutual assistance.
Maintain, in the Pacific spirit, a close association of Pacific electoral administrators within an established networking arrangement to facilitate and encourage the free flow of information among member countries and to provide assistance where possible; support members by providing the information and resources needed to improve electoral administration within their constituencies; encourage continuous improvement and provision of technical assistance among members.
Secretariat is provided by the Australian Electoral Commission, with regular meetings of an advisory group comprised of representatives from member states.
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