During the months of April and May, the OAS will host high-level meetings on the subject.
The Mission also called upon the Salvadoran political actors and institutions to preserve peace until the TSE concludes the procedure established by law.
he Mission emphasized the civic spirit of voters in the parliamentary elections, as well as poll workers and political parties’ representatives.
OAS leader highlighted that the Convention of Belem do Pará and its follow up mechanism, MESECVI, remain today "hemispheric reference points in the prevention, punishment, and eradication of violence against women."
Solidarity and Support for Democratic Institutions, Dialogue, and Peace in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.
The OAS, he asserted, is not to intervene in the internal affairs of its member states, but rather help them overcome a crisis.
“Development with Social Inclusion” will be the focus of the foreign ministers’ meeting in June.
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