Committee on Cooperation, International Relations, and Conflict Resolutions
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The Committee on Cooperation, International Relations, and Conflict Resolution is one of the ten permanent committees of the Pan-African Parliament. It is charged with the following duties:
- Consider issues relating to the development of an efficient policy in matters of cooperation and international relations of the Parliament and the Union.
- Consider the conventions and protocols linking the Parliament with regional and international institutions and report to the Parliament.
- Carry out examinations on the revision of Protocols and Treaties of the Union.
- Assist the Parliament in its efforts of conflict prevention and resolution.
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