ECLAC releases issues to be considered in P10 regional instrument for Latin America and Caribbean
May 23, 2014
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ECLAC released this week issues to be considered for a regional instrument on Principle 10 in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Working Group on the regional instrument has proposed to open the document for comments for one month from Governments and the public.

This is an exciting opportunity to shape the first regional instrument for Developing Countries that will include issues on transparency, public engagement and accountability around environmental issues. Persons wishing to comment can review the document on the ECLAC website (http://www.cepal.org/dmaah/noticias/noticias/9/52659/DRAFTMatterstobeconsidered13May2014.pdf )

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