San Jose Agreement

The agreement on this agreement shows once again that Honduran men and women are capable of conducting the dialogue successfully and, thanks to it, of achieving the high goals demanded by society and the country. Guaymuras Dialogue – The Tegucigalpa/San José Agreement is a diplomatic agreement between two rival political factions in Honduras during the 2009 Honduran constitutional crisis. Representatives of the de facto Micheletti government and deposed President Manuel Zelaya reached an agreement after several weeks of diplomatic dialogue in late 2009. The Parties shall cooperate, to the extent possible, in the fight against illicit maritime and air traffic in and over Caribbean waters, in accordance with the parties` available law enforcement capabilities and related priorities, in accordance with the law of the sea and existing agreements, in order to ensure that suspicious ships and suspicious aircraft are discovered; identify, continuously monitor and, if evidence of involvement in illicit trafficking is found, suspect vessels shall be detained by the competent law enforcement authorities for appropriate law enforcement measures. M. Bárcena added that this regional agreement, together with the United Nations` 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Agreement on climate change, responded to the international community`s search for answers aimed at changing the current development model «in order to build peaceful, fairer, more caring and inclusive societies, in which human rights are protected and the protection of the planet and its natural resources» The agreement also provides for the establishment of a Conference of the Parties (Article 15), convened by ECLAC no later than one year after the entry into force of the agreement and which will periodically decide on ordinary meetings in accordance with both. Recalling that under the 1988 Convention, Contracting Parties are required to consider concluding bilateral or regional agreements or arrangements with a view to implementing or increasing the effectiveness of the provisions of Article 17 of this Convention, In the meantime, Alicia Bárcena stressed the importance of this process, which culminates today with the adoption of the first binding regional agreement on environmental democracy. «With this agreement, Latin America and the Caribbean demonstrate their firm and unequivocal commitment to a fundamental democratic principle: the right of people to participate meaningfully in decisions about their lives and their environment,» she said. A PLA is an interprofessional and inter-union pre-employment contract that aims to systematize labour relations on a construction site. Pre-employment agreements are collective agreements that provide for the recognition of unions, mandatory union dues and the mandatory use of union recruitment halls prior to the hiring of employees. PLA may include local targeted rental and/or rental arrangements.

The text stipulates that the agreement from 27 September 2018 to 26 September 2020 is open for signature by all Latin American and Caribbean countries (33 United Nations) at the United Nations Headquarters in New York and that it must be ratified, accepted or approved by the States that have signed it. . . .