Pacific CSO position on post Cotonou agreement

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PIANGO | 21 February 2019

Pacific CSO position on post Cotonou agreement

Overview:

If Pacific ACP (PACP) states enter negotiations with the European Union (EU) on a Post Cotonou Agreement without due process and a thorough and inclusive regional and national consultative framework, it will be contrary to the spirit of the Cotonou Partnership Agreement (CPA), which involved wide participation of both states and non-state actors (NSAs). It is also potentially dangerous as well as counter-productive as it could ultimately deny the region prospects for sustainable and equitable development.

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