Philippine Councilors League inks with ACF Constitution in Tokyo Japan

IFM News Laoag β€” The Philippine Councilors League (PCL) signs Asian Council Forum Constitution in Shinju-ku City, Tokyo, Japan on June 8 2024, Saturday.

The ACF Constitution focuses on strengthening the ties between local legislative councils and associations in Asia and promotes unity and cooperation amongst members.

The forum were graced with the delegates from National Councilors League of the Republic of the Philippimes, Taiwan, and Japan. The PCL led by its National President Handy T. Lao together with National Chairman Atty. Raul Corro, and other officials to include National Secretary General Gina G. Perez, Executive Director Helario T. Caminero, General Legal Officer Atty. Owen L. Garcia, Advocacy Chairman Atty. Elmer O. Datuin, and Department Director for Advocacy Marion D. Marcos.

The Taiwan Councilors Forum led by President Lin, Chinchang, Taipei City Council Liu, Tsai-Wei, New Taipei City Council Liu, Mei-Fang, Secretary General Prof. Chen, Chiu-C. Jose, and President of Rainbow Co., Ltd Ai Ooka.

The Japan Councilors Forum led by President Yoshiaki Matsuda, Acting President Akira Koiso, Vice-President Yoshiyuki Kuriyama, and Vice President of Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly Yoshirio Hayasaka.

The ACF aims to be a global source of key information on legislative council works and functions as well as a source of learning exchange and capacity-building. It promotes economic, social, cultural, and environmental development towards good local governance and project its sustainable Development Goals SDGs).

The ACF is also gender sensitive and promote equality and combat discriminations that are illegal as reflected in the international laws. It is also an arm to cooperate with international local legislative councils and soon to spread all over the world.

It also develop polices, programs and initiatives to promote meaningful dialogue between local legislative council and local legislative council associations. Advocate for and promote the tale and status of local councils in the international arena and to influence international policy making. | via Bernard Ver @RMNNews

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