Conferencia Permanente de Partidos Politicos de América Latina y el Caribe (COPPPAL)
Permanent Conference of Political Parties of Latin America and the Caribbean
Conférence permanente des partis politiques d'Amérique latine et le caraïbe
1979-10-12 Oaxaca Mexico
12 Oct 1979, Oaxaca (Mexico), at the instigation of the Mexican ruling party PRI. Original title: Conferencia Permanente de Partidos Politicos de América Latina.
Defend development of democracy and legal and political institutions; strengthen the principle of self-determination of the peoples of Latin America; promote regional integration; support any initiative for disarmament; encourage defence, sovereignty and better utilization of natural resources of each country in the region; promote regional organizations and joint actions that will enable establishment of a more just international economic order; defend and promote respect for human rights.
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