Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruption (GOPAC)
Organisation mondiale des parlementaires contre la corruption
Organización Mundial de Parlamentarias contra la Corrupción
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2002-10 Ottawa ON Canada
Founded Oct 2002, Ottawa ON (Canada), as a result of a Global Conference. Registered in accordance with Canadian law, Sep 2003.
Fight corruption; promote integrity through the enhancement of the effectiveness of parliaments and legislatures; provide a voice for global parliamentarians fighting corruption; make parliaments more effective institutions of democratic oversight.
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Global Conference (every 2 years); Board of Directors; Executive Committee. Regional Chapters (5): K-XJ3527 - African Parliamentarians Network Against Corruption (APNAC); K-XJ3528 - Arab Region Parliamentarians Against Corruption (ARPAC); K-XJ3532 - GOPAC América Latina y el Caribe; K-XM1611 - GOPAC Oceania; K-XJ3536 - South East Asia Parliamentarians Against Corruption (SEAPAC). National Chapters (51).
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