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OAS :: Inter-American Democratic Charter
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The OAS executes a variety of projects funded by donors. The main purpose of this inter-American instrument is the strengthening and upholding of democratic institutions throughout the nations of the Americas.
Approximately six weeks after the end of each semester, the OAS publishes a Semiannual Management and Performance Report, which since includes reporting on programmatic results.
¿Qué es la Carta Democrática Interamericana de la OEA?
Reports of these evaluations may be found here. These reports are made available to the Permanent Council. Opinions of the Hemisphere’s Leaders Did you know? Reports covering may be found here.
Social Media Facebook Twitter Newsletters. Videos Photos Live Webcast. The Inspector General provides the Dmocratica General with reports on the audits, investigations, and inspections conducted.
In the Declaration of Quebec City Aprilthe presidents and prime ministers of the region, reunited at the III Summit of the Americas, affirmed their shared commitment to democracy and instructed their foreign ministers to prepare an Inter-American Democratic Charter to reinforce OAS instruments already in place for the defense of representative democracy, which were: Finally, it promotes a democratic culture and electoral observation missions.
Evaluation reports are commissioned by donors. The full texts may be found here. It is the affirmation that democracy is and should be the common form of government for all countries of the Americas, and it represents a collective commitment to maintaining and strengthening the democratic system in the region.