On April 10, 2019 we celebrated our first Executive Committee meeting at the European Parliament this year, with significant participation by the leaders of our parties from Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa, representing more than 30 different countries.
During the meeting a lively debate was held on important issues the Organization faces, as well as topics of international political interest, which, in some cases, affected some of the countries present.
The Armenia Republican Party, until now an observing member, was accepted as a full member, while the Heritage Party of Armenia was accepted as an observing member.
A short session was held on the upcoming elections to the European Parliament, in which different perspectives were presented, along with assessment of possible alternatives, and a broad presentation on the different points of view that may be present in the next elections, to be held from May 23 to May 26, in the different member countries of the European Union.
The Executive Committee unanimously decided to endorse the IDC-CDI’s adherence to the Paris Call organisation on Cybersecurity, a topic of great relevance today, and no doubt in the future, for all users of new technologies.
Eleven resolutions were approved, which you can view in our document section, of great interest and involving countries such as Bangladesh, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Mozambique, Indonesia, Central Europe, etc.
There were two different proposals to celebrate the next Executive Committee and the General Assembly, with the city of Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, being confirmed as the site.
Resolution on the support for the efforts of the International Commission for the Prosecution of Crimes against Humanity of the Castro Regime (Justice Cuba)
10 April 2019
Resolution on acknowledging that universal human fraternity is essential to the emergence of a global civilization founded upon respect for the equal rights and dignity of every human being
10 April 2019