1993 Volume 8, Issue 23, p55-76
"After a review of the institutions belonging to the 1969 Andean Pact, migration topics within this context are analyzed, considering three main issues: labor migration,...circulation of persons, where a series of agreements tending to simplify procedures at bordersites are still not practically in force for reasons concerning internal safety, drug traffic and unemployment, and migration across borders as related to borderline integration, which was dealt with in the Macchu Picchu Summit in 1990 and in a Decision Project in 1991." The five pact countries are Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru. (SUMMARY IN ENG)
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