The proposals respond to the conclusions of the OAS Report on the Drug Problem in the Americas.
Irene Klinger met today with Vice President Robert Ameerali and Foreign Minister Winston Lackin.
Document highlighted "the professional and deliberate conduct of poll workers" and "the commitment to the voters."
He congratulated President David Granger who was officially declared the winner of the 2015 general elections.
He reviewed his main achievements as head of the hemispheric institution in the presentation of his book "Democratic Governance, OAS: 2005-2015."
Document highlights the “civic spirit and tranquility with which Salvadorans went to the polls to exercise their right to vote."
The report on the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games was also presented.
At the meeting, the Canadian authority presented the progress in planning for the Pan American and Parapan American Games to be held in Toronto from August 8 to 15.
Participants discussed the prospects for immigration reform in the United States and demographic trends, among other issues.
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