Bí-chiu Kok-ka Cho͘-chit
Bí-chiu Kok-ka Cho͘-chit
|Chu-kù: Democracy for peace, security and development|
|Siāng-tōa siâⁿ-chhī||São Paulo|
|1948 nî 4 goe̍h 30 ji̍t|
|40,275,678 km2 (15,550,526 sq mi)|
• 2008 nî kó͘-kè
|24/km2 (62.2/sq mi)|
|Sî-khu||UTC−10 ~ +0|
Bí-chiu ê chē-chē lâng kap chèng-tī jîn-bu̍t lóng bat siūⁿ-beh ūi in ê kok-ka siat-li̍p cho͘-chit, tī chit-ê koè-thêng tiong, Bí-chiu mā bat ū cho͘-li̍p bô-kâng ê cho͘-chit. Tong-goân-choe sī 1889-1890 nî, Bí-chiu kok-ka tiàu-khui Bí-chiu Kok-ka Kok-chè Hoē-gī (International Conference of American States), tī chit-ê hoē-gī--ni̍h, 18 ê kok-ka cho͘-sêng Bí-chiu Kiōng-hô-kok Kok-chè Liân-bêng (International Union of American Republics).
1910 nî ê sî, chiah-ê kok-ka tī Buenos Aires tiàu-khui tē 4 kài Bí-chiu Kok-ka Kok-chè Hoē-gī, in kā Bí-chiu Kiōng-hô-kok Kok-chè Liân-bêng kái-miâ chò Bí-chiu Kiōng-hô-kok Liân-bêng (Union of American Republics). Che liáu-āu, koh tī 1948 nî tiàm Bogotá tiàu-khui tē 9 kài Bí-chiu Kok-ka Hoē-gī, kāng hit nî ê 4 goe̍h 30, 21 kok chhiam tiâu-iok, chit-ê tiâu-iok hō-chò Bí-chiu Kok-ka Cho͘-chit Hiàn-chiong (Charter of the Organization of American States). Che tō sī taⁿ Bí-chiu Kok-ka Cho͘-chit ê goân-thâu, iā chit-ê cho͘-chit chū-án-ne tī 1951 nî 12--goe̍h khai-sí ūn-chok.
Bí-chiu Kok-ka Cho͘-chit Hiàn-chiong ū thê-chhut cho͘-chit chit-ê cho͘-chit ê bo̍k-phiau, ū chi̍t-koá bo̍k-phiau sī kap chiah-ê kok-ka ê hô-pêng hām an-choân, bîn-chú chèng-hú ê hoat-tián, kap keng-chè ha̍p-chok ū tī-tāi--ê.
Khí-ki ê sî-chūn, Bí-chiu Kok-ka Cho͘-chit ū ē-kha chit 21 ê hoē-oân kok:
- Costa Rica
- Dominic Kiōng-hô-kok
- El Salvador
Lēng-goā 14 kok sī:
- Barbados (1967 nî ka-ji̍p)
- Trinidad kap Tobago (1967 ka-ji̍p)
- Jamaica (1969 ka-ji̍p)
- Grenada (1975 ka-ji̍p)
- Suriname (1977 ka-ji̍p)
- Dominica (1979 ka-ji̍p)
- Sèng Lucia (1979 ka-ji̍p)
- Antigua kap Barbuda (1981 ka-ji̍p)
- Sèng Vincent kap Grenadines (1981 ka-ji̍p)
- Bahamas (1982 ka-ji̍p)
- Sèng Kitts kap Nevis (1984 ka-ji̍p)
- Canada (1990 ka-ji̍p)
- Belize (1991 ka-ji̍p)
- Guyana (1991 ka-ji̍p)
Chù-kha[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]
- On 13 November 2021, Nicaragua announced its intention to leave the OAS. The process will take until 2023. See Status of Nicaragua below.
- On 28 April 2017, Venezuela notified the OAS of its denunciation of the Charter of the OAS, which as per Article 143 would lead to the withdraw of Venezuela from the OAS effective two years from the date of notification. During this period, the country did not plan on participating in the OAS. During the 2019 Venezuelan presidential crisis, the President of the National Assembly of Venezuela Juan Guaidó, who was recognized by the National Assembly as the acting president, sent a letter to the OAS Secretary General annulling the previous denuncation of the OAS Charter, and expressing his desire for Venezuela to remain a member of the OAS. The National Assembly designated a special envoy as representative to the OAS, who the OAS voted to recognize as Venezuela's delegate in April.
Chham-khó[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]
- "Nicaragua says it will leave Organization of American States". The Washington Post. Associated Press. 19 November 2021. 20 November 2021 khòaⁿ--ê.[siông-sî bô-hāu liân-kiat]
- "CHARTER OF THE ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES (A-41)". Organization of American States. 2019-04-29 khòaⁿ--ê.
- "Venezuela says it will quit Organization of American States". Washington Post. 2017-04-27 khòaⁿ--ê.
- "Resolution on the Situation in Venezuela". Organization of American States. 2019-04-09. 2019-04-29 khòaⁿ--ê.
- "OAS recognises Guaido's envoy until new Venezuela elections held". Al Jazeera. 2019-04-09. 2019-04-27 khòaⁿ--ê.
- "Tarre Briceño, primera designación gubernamental de la AN". Efecto Cocuyo (ēng Se-pan-gâ-gí). goân-loē-iông tī 23 January 2019 hőng khó͘-pih. 23 January 2019 khòaⁿ--ê. Unknown parameter
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