Ibero-American Union of Municipalists
Unión Iberoamericana de Municipalistas (UIM)
19 Feb 1990. Also referred to as Latin American Organization of Intermunicipal Cooperation.
Promote cooperation and exchange among municipalities, staff working in local government and specialists and researchers in local development and autonomy in Spain and Latin America; foster activities favouring development of local autonomy; encourage active participation of neighbours and citizens in their own interests; protect community interests and activities with respect to national and international bodies; improve education and capabilities of local administration management and civil servants.
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General Assembly. Council, comprising President, Executive Secretary, Executive Vice-Secretary and 12 further members including President of G-XG7719 - Centro de Estudios Municipales y de Cooperación Internacional (CEMCI), where Technical Office is located.
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