Minister Rocourt said the Declaration of Port-au-Prince should reflect the value of the creative industries as an engine of development.
The Legislative Power is "the key to the system of checks and balances that ensures separation, independence, balance and the exercise of political power," he said.
The material includes books, magazines, and bibliographic and recorded material from the recently deceased Colombian Nobel Prize winner.
Insulza said that "once again violence only brings death and no solutions" and regretted that the truce "has not been respected."
Secretary General also called on the member states to ratify the American Convention on Human Rights if they have not done so.
The two discussed the First Inter-American Meeting of Presidents of Legislatures to be held tomorrow in Lima.
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