CUMIPAZ 2017 proposes democracy as the best current system of governance for integral peace.
Experts on the subject spoke about the contributions of the regional blocks for peace and happiness of the human being.
Main table at the opening of the Diplomatic, Parliamentary and Policy Session at CUMIPAZ 2017
"I would like to congratulate the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace for their work and the tangible results it has generated, James Matthew Lambert
James Lambert, Secretary of Hemispheric Affairs of the Organization of American States (OAS) and Gabriela Lara, Director General of the GEAP
"The existence of a rule-based system does not allow large powers to define or manipulate the international system to their advantage," Lambert
"Corruption today is more complex, more visible and sophisticated," Lambert
Participation of the secretary in the Hemicycle of the Latin American Parliament.
"I am very pleased to share with you some considerations about the impact that international organizations may have on the well-being of the hemisphere," Lambert
"We all know that, as important as electoral processes are, other important factors are imposed in qualifying democratic quality in our countries,” James Matthew Lambert
The canadian James Matthew Lambert partcipates in CUMIPAZ Panama 2017, Diplomatic, Parlamentary, and Policy Session
Message from the Executive President of the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace, William Soto, at the DPP Session of CUMIPAZ 2017.
The initiative was presented to diplomats, parliamentarians and politicians from different countries, during the DPP Session of CUMIPAZ 2017-Panama.
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