African Parliamentary Union (APU)
Union parlementaire africaine (UPA)
1976-02-13 Abidjan Côte d'Ivoire
13 Feb 1976, Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire), when statutes were adopted, following signature of a declaration, 27 Jan 1975, and meeting of the Working and Study Committee, Nov 1975, Luxembourg. Original title: Union of African Parliaments (UAP) -- Union des parlements africains (UPA). Statutes modified statutes, Sep 1999, Luanda (Angola), when current title adopted.
Unite parliamentary institutions of African states; favour contacts among parliamentary Africans and with parliamentarians worldwide; contribute to strengthening the institution of parliament in Africa, to promoting democracy and human rights and to realizing of objectives of the Organization of African Unity for establishment of a durable peace.
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Conference of Presidents of National Parliamentary Assemblies (annual); Executive Committee; National Groups; General Secretariat.
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