Asian Parliamentary Assembly

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The Asian Parliamentary Assembly (APA) was born in 2006 at the Seventh Session of the Association of Asian Parliamentary for Peace (AAPP). In other words, the APA is continuation of an organization which was established in 1999.[1] The APA consist, in 2007, of 41 Member Parliaments and 17 observers. Each Member Parliament has a specific number of seats in the Assembly based on the size of their population. The number of total seats, and therefore, number of votes, is currently 206. Members of Assembly must be elected by members of the Member Parliaments. The APA Charter and Tehran Declaration lay out a framework of cooperation among Asian countries, and point out to a vision; that is Asian Integration.

A 2017 standing committee meeting was held in Buhtan.[2] The 10th plenary session, in November 2017 in Istanbul, was on the topic of "Sustaining Peace and Development in Asia".[3]

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  1. ^ "History". (in Persian). Retrieved 8 April 2018.
  2. ^ Kuensel, Ann. "Bhutan to host Asian parliamentary assembly". The Jakarta Post. Retrieved 8 April 2018.
  3. ^ "FNC to participate in 10th plenary session of Asian Parliamentary Assembly". wam. Emirates News Agency. Retrieved 8 April 2018.

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