Tujan on civil society’s role in Busan outcome document : Page 3 of 3

Posted on 29 January 2012
are kept by all stakeholders—including civil society?
The agreement to create a political rather than technical successor to the Working Party is one assurance that the commitments which are fundamentally political will be kept. Second, a more effective organized action by civil society and parliaments will be crucial as the most important stakeholders to ensure political commitment in implementation. There is also a large demand for fulfilling capacity development needs of institutions not only of the executive branch, but also parliaments and civil society. Busan has pointed to this and I hope that there will be better international coordination to deliver. 
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