St. Maarten MPs head to Aruba for Parlatino meetings

POSTED: 09/21/11 12:49 PM

St. Maarten – United People’s (UP) Party faction leader Romain Laville and National Alliance faction leader William Marlin leave for Aruba today for Parlatino committee meetings. The two MPS will be away until September 24 so they can attend committee meetings on Gender Equity, Childhood and Youth; Economic Affairs, Social Debt and Regional Development; and Labor, Social and Legal Affairs.

The Parliament of St. Maarten joined the Latin American Parliament (Parlatino), a regional, permanent and unicameral organization, comprising the National Latin American Parliaments elected democratically upon popular vote.
Parlatino was created on December 7, 1964 to promote, human rights, and economic and social development; to maintain and foster relations with other geographic parliaments, as well as international organizations; and to defend against imperialism and colonialism.

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