Conseil permanent de la Francophonie (CPF)

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1991-11-21 Paris France


21 Nov 1991, Paris (France), by resolution of F-XF1536 - Conférence au sommet des chefs d'Etat et de gouvernement des pays ayant le français en partage (Sommet de la Francophonie), as a common organ of the Sommet and of H-XC3983 - Agence intergouvernementale de La Francophonie, being Administration Council of the latter, to replace H-XE0925 - Comité international du suivi du Sommet francophone (CIS) and U-XK0212 - Comité international de préparation du Sommet francophone (CIP). Currently an institution of E-XE3879 - Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF).


Ensure the cohesion of the pluralistic community whose common denominator is the sharing of the French language while respecting the specific ethnic and cultural characteristics of each; enliven and coordinate the partners and institutional activities of the francophone community.


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Council meets at least 4 times a year and comprises permanent representatives of 18 Heads of State and Government who are members of the Sommet francophone, together with representatives appointed by the other member states. Headed by Secretary-General. Presidency is held by the host State or Government in whose country the previous summit was held and is in charge of follow-up, then by the country in which the next summit will be held. The President participates fully and acts as consultant at all meetings of F-XF5124 - Conférence ministérielle de la Francophonie (CMF).

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