Rear Admiral Martha Herb talked about the ongoing efforts to diversify the institution, among other issues.
Ambassador Hugo Cayrus said he arrived at a crucial time, when the institution is reorganizing its priorities and mandates for the 21st century.
Ambassador La Celia A. Prince will coordinate debates on the budget, the process of election of the next Secretary General and the work agenda of the institution.
Meetings were held with representatives of public offices in order to gather information about the implementation of the Inter-American Convention against Corruption.
More than half of the prisoners are in conditions to be freed, but they need a country that will receive them.
He recalled that the public health approach was adopted by consensus at the recent Special General Assembly on the subject.
Director of the “think tank” where Letelier worked, recalled in his address the academic and political career of the Chilean diplomat, assassinated by the dictatorship.
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