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Interparliamentary and international relations

Interparliamentary organizations

Associate Parliaments

Relations with Europe

Interparliamentary cooperation

Ad hoc activites

 

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Mission

The National Assembly of Québec maintains relations with other parliaments and various interparliamentary organizations. By virtue of the separation of powers (executive, legislative and judiciary), it pursues its international relations independently.

Objectives

By participating in activities touching interparliamentary relations, the Assembly seeks to

  • increase the effectiveness of the institution and of the Members;
  • increase the Assembly's influence on the international scene;
  • help build a global community founded on democracy, peace, justice and prosperity; and
  • promote those sectors in which Québec excels.

Operating framework

The President of the National Assembly represents the Assembly on the international scene and oversees its interparliamentary relations. He or she is seconded by Members from all the parliamentary groups, who make up the 13 branches or delegations operating in the field of interparliamentary relations.

Activities are planned and carried out under the auspices of a steering committee composed of the President and a number of Members. Each branch or delegation is assigned an adviser from the Interparliamentary and International Relations Directorate, who acts as administrative secretary.