Latin American Parliament
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Latin American Parliament (Parlatino), is a regional, permanent organization composed by the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. It is a consultative assembly similar to the early European Parliament. Currently the institution is considering to become the legislative organ of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States. The Latin American Parliament (Parlatino) was created in 1964. Its current mandate is derived from the Treaty of Institutionalization which was ratified on 16 November 1987. Situated in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the Parlatino has 22 member parliaments, each of which sends to it 12 nominated plenipotentiaries.