Pacheco Participa en reunión del FOPREL celebrada en Marruecos

Pacheco Participates in a FOPREL meeting held in Morocco

Morocco.- The pro tempore vice president of the Forum of Presidents of Legislative Powers of Central America and the Caribbean Basin (FOPREL) and president of the Chamber of Deputies, Alfredo Pacheco, affirmed that this regional organization has placed the sustainable development of the peoples represented in it as the central axis of its institutional work.

He assured that FOPREL has assumed a special commitment to the fulfillment of the 2030 Agenda and to the fight against extreme poverty of the peoples of Central America and the Caribbean.

Pacheco spoke about the subject during his presentation at the XXVl extraordinary meeting of FOPREL, held in the city of Rabat, the capital of Morocco, with the presence of the King of that country, His Majesty Mohamed VI, where important agreements were signed aimed at contributing from the Parliaments to the development of the countries and the attention of vulnerable groups.

Ladies and gentlemen, FOPREL reiterates and recognizes the values ​​and principles with a universal vocation, this explains our commitment to peace on an international scale, to the defense of democracy and respect for human rights, to the norms of international law, hence also our firm will to fight against Poverty, and to Promote Sustainable Development”, he stated.

Ernesto Alfredo Castro Aldana, President of the Legislative Assembly of El Salvador and President Pro-tempore of FOPREL, participated; Rachid Talbi El Alami, president of the House of Representatives, as well as Enaam Mayara, president of the Moroccan Chamber of Councilors. Also, Santiago Ulises Rivas Leclair, Executive Secretary of FOPREL.

Speakers included Nasser Bourita, Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Living Abroad, who addressed the topic: The Moroccan experience in matters of Migration and Leila Benali, Minister of Energy Transition and Sustainable Development, who spoke about the Moroccan experience in renewable energy; and the link between gender, migration, environment and climate change.

Alfredo Pacheco affirmed that FOPREL has managed to reach a high degree of maturity and international projection, and this represents a fundamental step “of which we can feel fully satisfied.”

“As President of the Chamber of Deputies of the Congress of the Dominican Republic and as Vice-President Pro Tempore of FOPREL, I feel immense satisfaction to be able to meet all of you, in this important meeting to strengthen ties of friendship and brotherhood, between FOPREL and the honorable Kingdom of Morocco, he said.

He assured that, due to his experience, this meeting, like the previous ones, will take another step in the consolidation of inter-parliamentary dialogue and parliamentary diplomacy.

“We have come a long way together in these years, but there is also much we can still do to serve the greater well-being of our peoples and citizens,” he said.

Alfredo Pacheco was accompanied by Gustavo Sánchez, spokesman for the PLD Dominican Liberation Party, and Julito Fulcar, spokesman for the PRM Modern Revolutionary Party caucus, and deputy Aquilino Serata.

On Fri, May 20, 2022 at 12:49, Chamber of Deputies Press () wrote:
Pacheco Participates in a FOPREL meeting held in the capital of Morocco

Morocco.- The pro tempore vice president of the Forum of Presidents of Legislative Powers of Central America and the Caribbean Basin (FOPREL) and president of the Chamber of Deputies, Alfredo Pacheco, affirmed that this regional organization has placed the sustainable development of the peoples represented in it as the central axis of its institutional work.

He assured that FOPREL has assumed a special commitment to the fulfillment of the 2030 Agenda and to the fight against extreme poverty of the peoples of Central America and the Caribbean.

Pacheco spoke about the subject during his presentation at the XXVl extraordinary meeting of FOPREL, held in the city of Rabat, the capital of Morocco, with the presence of the King of that country, His Majesty Mohamed VI, where important agreements were signed aimed at contributing from the Parliaments to the development of the countries and the attention of vulnerable groups.

Ladies and gentlemen, FOPREL reiterates and recognizes the values ​​and principles with a universal vocation, this explains our commitment to peace on an international scale, to the defense of democracy and respect for human rights, to the norms of international law, hence also our firm will to fight against Poverty, and to Promote Sustainable Development”, he stated.

Ernesto Alfredo Castro Aldana, President of the Legislative Assembly of El Salvador and President Pro-tempore of FOPREL, participated; Rachid Talbi El Alami, president of the House of Representatives, as well as Enaam Mayara, president of the Moroccan Chamber of Councilors. Also, Santiago Ulises Rivas Leclair, Executive Secretary of FOPREL.

Speakers included Nasser Bourita, Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Living Abroad, who addressed the topic: The Moroccan experience in matters of Migration and Leila Benali, Minister of Energy Transition and Sustainable Development, who spoke about the Moroccan experience in renewable energy; and the link between gender, migration, environment and climate change.

Alfredo Pacheco affirmed that FOPREL has managed to reach a high degree of maturity and international projection, and this represents a fundamental step “of which we can feel fully satisfied.”

“As President of the Chamber of Deputies of the Congress of the Dominican Republic and as Vice-President Pro Tempore of FOPREL, I feel immense satisfaction to be able to meet all of you, in this important meeting to strengthen ties of friendship and brotherhood, between FOPREL and the honorable Kingdom of Morocco, he said.

He assured that, due to his experience, this meeting, like the previous ones, will take another step in the consolidation of inter-parliamentary dialogue and parliamentary diplomacy.

“We have come a long way together in these years, but there is also much we can still do to serve the greater well-being of our peoples and citizens,” he said.


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