As the interim head of that bloc, this country led a virtual conference with the aim of advancing a common agenda and unifying regional standards to strengthen and improve internal oversight of member states’ administrations.
According to a memorandum from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, specialists and officials from public oversight bodies from Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and the founding countries participated during the meeting; In addition to Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru, the Chief of the Prosecutor’s Office (SIGEN), Carlos Monteiro.
Sola stressed that there are valuable examples in Mercosur in the search for more efficient and transparent administration and cited the Gender Policy Monitor, where he said that all state parties agree and work together.
After emphasizing the priority in developing policies that favor equal opportunities and a comprehensive vision of gender issues, the head of the Argentine diplomacy expressed that these issues require special oversight.
On the other hand, he called for the consolidation of common goals and commitments between the unions of different countries and the advancement in the transparency and effectiveness of the Mercosur bodies.
“ Especially at such a difficult time because of Covid-19 and its social and economic consequences, ” said the official, who referred to what it means to legalize the rights and benefits of citizens in the Mercosur Citizenship Law, upon completion of signing 30 years after signing. From the Treaty of Asuncion.
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