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Calendar of Conferences in Headquarters. Find these documents from here. Reports covering may be found here. About six weeks after the end of each quarter of each year, the OAS publishes a Quarterly Management and Performance Report, which since includes reporting on programmatic results.
The full texts may be found here. The OAS executes a variety of projects funded by donors. Evaluation reports are commissioned by donors.
ARTÍCULO VEINTIOCHO de la Constitución Política de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos. Eugenia León
Reports of these evaluations may be found here. The Inspector General provides the Secretary General with reports on the audits, investigations, and inspections conducted.
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These reports are made available to the Permanent Council. More information may be found here. The OAS has discussed for several years the real estate issue, the funding required for maintenance and repairs, as well as the deferred maintenance of its historic buildings. The General Secretariat has provided a series of options for funding it. Page Image.
Page Content. This new Portal of the Hemispheric Network contains a virtual library that offers up-to-date legal information related to mutual assistance and extradition in the 34 active member states of the OAS. We also wish to emphasize that all these States participate fully in this Network.
With this new Portal, we seek to facilitate access to information in legal cooperation on criminal matters and extradition of the OAS member states. In the column on the left, you can find up-to-date information by country of the basic legal documents, such as: i Fundamental Texts; ii Mutual Legal Assistance; and iii Extradition, as well as the text of the Bilateral Treaties related to these matters.
The Hemispheric Network for Legal Cooperation on Criminal Matters offers, among others, the following services, which are available to the public:.
Via this website, the Hemispheric Network for Legal Cooperation on Criminal Matters, by means of authentication and authorization systems developed by the OAS General Secretariat that use unique passwords, offers central authorities and international legal cooperation experts working on mutual assistance in criminal matters and extradition in the member states, exclusive access to information, national points-of-contact directories, and secure and confidential communications and exchange tools for files and documents.
Using external software whose core infrastructure is managed by the OAS General Secretariat, the Hemispheric Network for Legal Cooperation on Criminal Matters facilitates the exchange of information among the member states' central authorities and international legal cooperation experts responsible for mutual assistance in criminal matters and extradition via secure communications applications such as instant e-mail, work spaces, virtual meetings, and document sharing through the use of public networks among geographically disperse IT set ups.
Using external software whose core infrastructure is managed by the OAS General Secretariat, the Hemispheric Network for Legal Cooperation on Criminal Matters facilitates the secure, real-time exchange of audio and video over the Internet among member states' central authorities and international legal cooperation experts as well as other government experts responsible for mutual assistance in criminal matters and extradition.