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VIEW FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL


strengthening, administration of Parliament, financing of Parliament and the overall parliamentary work under code of conduct for Members as a measure of good governance.


In addition to the provision of a new Association’s Headquarters infrastructure by way of the accommodation and office facilities, it is now imperative to provide the Secretary-General, as Chief Executive Officer, with a reliable and dependable residential facilities in the city of the Association’s host country. Other similar facilities to enable the Chief Executive Officer are a sine qua non to the efficiency


and wellbeing of the person charged with the day-to-day functioning of the Association’s main office for nearly 18,000 members and parliamentary staff. The funds are available to undertake the office accommodation change, as well as to undertake the capital expenditure for the official residence of the Chief Executive Officer. It is just a matter for the CPA Executive Committee to make decisions at this time of the history of the Association.


It is under this reference that I thank the outgoing Chairperson and Members of the Executive Committee for staying on course to vigorously investigate


The Secretary-General’s


CPA Secretariat staff pictured with the Speaker of the House of Assembly of Dominica, Hon. Alix Boyd Knights, MHA (seated centre), September 2014


The Deputy Speaker of the Sabah State Legislative Assembly, Dr


Johnson Tee (right) and the Clerk, Mr Bernard Dalinting (left), August 2014


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