Latin American Chapter of IULA
Section latinoaméricaine de l'UIV
Capitulo Latinoamericano de IULA
17 Nov 1981, following decision taken at 25th World Congress of H-XB2736 - International Union of Local Authorities (IULA), 24 Jun 1981, Columbus OH (USA). Statutes approved by the Executive Committee 1 Apr 1982. Officially recognized by the Government of Ecuador. A regional section of IULA, is also known as IULA Capitulo Latinoamericano AND in French as Union internationale des pouvoirs locaux d'Amérique latine. Ceased to exist 2004.
Promote and respect municipal autonomy; contribute to the raising of the level of efficiency of local governments, municipal associations and municipalist institutions; study problems related to the life and activity of local governments, its associations, credit institutions and assistance offices and research and training institutions in Latin America; encourage the participation of its citizens in matters of civic concern.
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Council, consisting of a representative from each of the Latin American institutions affiliated with IULA. Executive Committee, composed of 9 members elected by the Council which represent the different regions of Latin America. Executive Secretariat, headed by Executive Secretary.
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