Confederación de Cooperativas del Caribe, Centro y Suramérica (CCC-CA)
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1957, as Confederation of Cooperatives of the Caribbean (CCC). Reactivated in 1979; reorganized and current title adopted 1980.
Foster and encourage development, integration, consolidation, representation and defence of cooperatives in the region; by this means achieve structural change in the countries concerned, so they can democratize their political, social and economic life within a concept of justice, participation and peace.
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General Assembly (every 2 years). Board of Directors (meets at least twice a year), consisting of one representative of each national committee of members. Executive Committee, comprising President, Vice-President, Secretary and 2 members. Supervision Committee of 5 members, elected at General Assembly. Executive Director and Deputy Director.
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