Deputy Clerk of National Assembly Attends Advisory Council Meeting of FOPREL in Puerto Rico

Deputy Clerk of National Assembly Attends Advisory Council Meeting of FOPREL in Puerto Rico

The Deputy Clerk of the National Assembly, Clarita Pech, attended the 7th Meeting of the Advisory Council of the Forum of Presidents of National Parliaments of Central America, the Caribbean Basin and Mexico (FOPREL), held in San Juan, Puerto Rico.  The two-day meeting of the Advisory Council was held over the weekend, in accordance with the provisions of Article 40 of FOPREL’s Internal Regulations, which establishes that the Advisory Council shall meet every six months to follow up on the plans and agreements of the Forum.  At the meeting, the representatives of the member countries of FOPREL’s Advisory Council deliberated and discussed the Management Report – Third Quarter 2023; the agenda of the Inter-Parliamentary Commission on Climate Change; FOPREL’s Growth Policy; the Report for the restructuring of the Inter-Parliamentary Commissions; the Communication Plan and new Website; Puerto Rico’s Sub-Headquarters Plan; and the proposed amendments to the Articles of Incorporation and Regulations of FOPREL.  The cost of the travel for the Deputy Clerk was provided by FOPREL and the House of Representatives of Puerto Rico. The Deputy Clerk returned to Belize yesterday.

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