Panamanian Assembly Approves Withdrawal from Parlacen

With 39 votes in favor, the Assembly repealed international regulations related to the Central American Parliament (Parlacen).

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

The official withdrawal from the institution will take place on November 24th 2010, reported José Luis Varela, president of the Assembly.

He added "... the Vienna Convention establishes a 12 month period for the country to abandon the organism", reported "Varela explained that Parlacen's operational costs are excessive and unnecessary".

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Costa Rica - Nicaragua: The Missed Opportunity

April 2014

Rulers should be aware that a very large percentage of their people do not satisfy their hunger eating sovereignty but by eating rice and beans.

It seems that the current interest of the elected president of Costa Rica is to maintain the highest possible tension with Nicaragua.

Taiwanese Entrepreneurs to Visit Central America

May 2009

A mission of entrepreneurs is accompanying the President of Taiwan, Ma Ying-jeou, on his tour of Central American countries.

Entrepreneurs from the Asian nation will make two trips to the region. The first one will be in June and they will visit El Salvador, Guatemala and Belize. In July, they will travel to Panama, Honduras and Nicaragua.

EU accepts that Costa Rica will not join Parlacen

January 2009

The European Union gave in on its desire that regarding interparlamentary dialogue, Central American representation would be exclusively be by Parlacen.

In this dialogue, Costa Rica will be represented by a member of its Legislative Assembly while other Central America countries will be represented via the regional organism.

Central American Parliament could promote laws that are valid regionally

August 2008

Parlacen will have new powers to push through the process of economic integration on the isthmus.

According to Julio Gonzalez, president of forum, Parlacen could promote laws that are valid regionally while previously it was limited to recommending changes in the laws of member countries.

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