Tribute to the Constitution of Cadiz at the Ibero-American Summit in November

Published on 2012-10-08, 9:39 am

photoThe XXII Ibero American Summit will take place on November 16th and 17th, in Cadiz, Spain, with a particular focus on economic growth policies to reduce poverty, promote equality of opportunity and encourage job creation.

The theme of the summit will be “a renewed relationship in the Bicentennial of the Constitution of Cadiz” document dating back to 1812 and whose principles were key to the emancipation of Latin American nations.

The conclave will be preceded by a series of sectorial meetings will focus on four main areas: economic growth for the benefits of our citizens, development of infrastructure in the areas of transport, telecommunications, energy and water use, promoting of SMEs as an engine of welfare and institutional strengthening to promote economic growth and social cohesion.

The OHADAC project of creation of a Mediation & Arbitration regional institution (ADR), dedicated to small and medium companies, is perfectly consistent with the thematic framework of the event.

The Ibero-American Summit is a high-level diplomatic conference that meets every two years, with the presence of heads of State and Government of Latin America to discuss multilateral issues, share experiences, diagnostics and common positions to resolve the challenges facing the international community.

The members of the Latin American Summit are: Andorra, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, the Kingdom of Spain, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Honduras, Paraguay, Portugal, Peru, the Dominican Republic, Uruguay, Venezuela and Panama.