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(Yescombe ) also describes the range of PPP structures and b. Ley y Reglamento de Concesiones de Obras Públicas: Decreto Supremo [#] . IPCC. Accessed March 13, “IPCC website.” Geneva. Security issues related to the transport of radioactive material by the Nuclear Regulatory. Authority (in .. (Ezeiza Atomic Center) and RA-6 (Bariloche Atomic Center) to USA, in the years and respectively . [1] Decreto N° 26 mar. Parque Natural da Ilha do Pico. De acordo com o artigo º do Decreto Legislativo. Regional n.º 15//A, de 25 de Junho, o Parque Natural.

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This accord established a Binational Commission for the ZIF composed of Ministers of Foreign Relations or their delegates and the governors of the intermediate levels of government: In this sense, we suggest that it is pertinent to advance organizational strategies that 422 towards effective cooperation through the border or, in turn, a cross-border government that overcomes the difficulties imposed by the nationalized understanding of international relations.

That is, the Colombian-Peruvian and even Brazilian border defreto should decretp from the local areas through trilateral commissions in which the central government levels are participants without having in this instance the function of direction, which would fall to the intermediate and local levels of government. Key ideas Indigenous peoples and communities are symbiotic with the natural Amazonian environment. Javier Hoyos Industrias Bavaria. Things being thus, bearing in mind the difficulties and the problematic generated by this type of mechanism conceived and administered from the se levels of government, it is important and necessary to formulate integration alternatives that take advantage of the competencies already established for the territorial border entities on the local and intermediate level in both countries for the sake of establishing a new focus for public border policy in the different border regions and, in this case, specifically for the Colombian-Peruvian border region.


Comparison of strategic objectives, 42822 lines, and strategies of the Plan for the Peru-Colombia ZIF Strategic objective 3 To strengthen the cultural identity of indigenous peoples, consolidating their life plans and their interculturality with the national development and border integration processes. Pilar Cruz Director of America-Minrelex. For its part, the Peruvian Constitution, through articlerecognizes special faculties for the municipalities of provinces and districts located on the borders, allowing them to hold protocols and integration conventions among ddcreto, with their national or international counterparts, with a requirement for the latter being the participation of the Ministry of Foreign Relations, which is added to elements with established norms for political-administrative and fiscal decentralization towards the intermediate and local levels of governments in regard to the particularities of border legislation from both countries Landa and Velazco, Diana Carvajal Recreto of America-Minrelex.

Having reached this point, we have provided a review of some of the bilateral cooperation and integration mechanisms that have been present in the attempt to implement a ds border policy for the Colombian-Peruvian border region. However, it appears that the restrictions on the institutional reconfiguration that can be foreseen will not manage to break the national ties with which the PPCP functioned and that led to its reformulation during the IX meeting of 22007 Neighborhood Commission inwhich created the Commission 44282 the Transition from the PPCP to the ZIF.


Estudios Fronterizosvol. Estudios Fronterizos, 18 35, doi: A proposal towards harmonizing public policies on the international border of the Department of Amazonas with Brazil and Peru” project, financed by the Department of Amazonas with the support of the Inter-American Development Bank.

Colombia and Peru have not been blind to this institutional transformation. Cross-border paradiplomacy in Latin America. Perhaps this has always been true, decrego the change in geopolitical and geo-economic conditions on edcreto global scale has made it even more evident. Despite all of these developments, the design of public policies, and the institutional networks for their implementation, there is no correspondence with what is occurring on the border.

Therefore, it is necessary to attempt a different manner of exercising diplomacy, in which the local and intermediary government entities play central roles in binational cooperation, in the interest of facing the structural and institutional problems established in the design of these policies, applying a cross-border focus. Introduction 1 The Colombian-Peruvian border has a long history of tensions and neglect.

Strategic objective 6 To dw national regional and local and binational public and private institutionality in the ZIF, facilitating integration and cooperation between public entities, social organizations, indigenous peoples, decrteo border inhabitants and promoting local and regional empowerment. The introduction of educational models that guarantee interculturality and the use of native languages.

The previous experiences lead to the argument dfcreto it is imperative to understand in a binational manner not only the real possibilities of coordination that these national institutions could have in the framework of legislation and border policies of each country ed also the responsibilities and mechanisms of political and administrative coordination on a local scale to strengthen the structures of management and administration of the cross-border planning.

Decree of Si Somos Americanos10 1 The incorporation of traditional knowledge into productive models. In this sense, the objectives proposed were a to promote the sustained development of the zone, b to improve the quality 428 life of the population, and c to integrate the zone with the territory of both countries, for which it drcreto necessary to construct the infrastructure of communicating roads and means of transport. Faced with the magnitude of developing these objectives, the specific objectives and action lines fall short; they do not contemplate the already existing faculties for local institutionality, and they do not clearly develop through the programs and projects contemplated in the plan see Table 2.

In general terms, the proposal contemplates that the design of the organizational structures for border administration responds to local demands and not national wishes, supporting itself in the instances indicated both in norms and in the border policies, cooperation, and integration of the two countries.


Strategy subject to the will of the states.

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Along these lines, without discussing the processes of integration and cooperation in Europe, North America, or South America, 3 we position the discussion from the particularity of Colombian and Peruvian cross-border political and institutional organizations to govern the border, starting from the administrative and organizational logistics of the national states based on which the border government and administration have traditionally been understood. Action lines Strategy 1 The establishment of a Geographical Information System GIS in the area of the ZIF that collects, systematizes, and makes compatible the cartographic information obtained from the various institutions that manage information relevant to the plan.

The document of the characterization and diagnosis of the Border Integration Zone elaborated by the Pedicp and delivered in May as well as the final document of the Development Plan of the Peru-Colombia ZIF finally delivered in identify these decfeto and indicate that the Commission for the transition from the PPCP carried over the concerns presented in the audit report to the Pedicp as a consultant entity, indicating that it should “foresee in the ZIF plan the mechanisms and procedures that allow for an adequate institutional dynamic and the appropriation of resources for its implementation and management” Pedicp,p.

For strategic objective 3, created by the authors from information from Pedicppp. There appears to be a certain lack of coordination between the legislative evolution of documents that offer policy guidelines and their effective local implementation. This does not suggest sustained actions or permanent 20077 programs for health care; the same is true for the telemedicine program, which, without the technical infrastructure, qualified personnel, mechanisms for transferring patients, institutional connections and plans for inter-administrative management, has a limited field of action.

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Estudios sobre Estado y Sociedad9 25 Coordinating from above without participation from below. Articles Estudios Fronterizosvol. The management of life plans, in accordance with the established national policies. The above is framed within the explicit functions of these levels of government.

Among the most interesting elements analyzed in the cited report, the limited binational decretoo, the lack of mobility of the high-level commissions, and the limited impact of their accords stand out because they were not translated into effective actions developed by the technical commissions.

Strengthening local and regional actors: In terms of operational structure and coordination, the PPCP contemplated an executive commission connected to the Mixed Commission for Amazonian Cooperation directed by the ministries, a binational technical committee for the administration and direction of the plan, and technical units or coordinated teams.