South American Parliament


South American Parliament

The South American Parliament is a proposed body of the Union of South American Nations (USAN). The Constitutive Treaty of USAN does not list it with the other bodies, and does not give any details on its composition. Article 17 states that the Parliament would be located in Cochabamba, Bolivia yet its creation would be subject to an additional protocol. A transitory article states how this protocol would be created; that the members would appoint a "Special Commission" composed of national and regional Members of Parliament who would, meeting in Cochabamba, draft the protocol to be considered at the 4th Summit of USAN leaders. The protocol would lay out how the Parliament would function and be composed.

ee also

* Mercosur Parliament
* Latin American Parliament
* Latin American and Caribbean Congress in Solidarity with Puerto Rico’s Independence


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