The General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS) voted last week on a series of recommended reforms pertaining to the future of the Inter-American Human Rights System.
The 35-member states have re-affirmed their commitment to strengthen the Inter-American Human Rights System and to pursue full funding for the System through the Organization of American States. However, the vote did not bring the reform dialogue to a close. Instead, the final resolution declared that the discussion on reforms to the Inter American Human Rights System will continue indefinitely.
Controversial Inter American Reforms Process to Continue, Inter Press Service, 23 March 2013.
Read the full text of the resolution.