Central American Integration System


Tegucigalpa Protocol

[TRANSLATION — TRADUCTION] TEGUCIGALPA PROTOCOL1 TO THE CHARTER OF THE ORGANIZATION OF CENTRAL AMERICAN STATES (ODECA)4 The Presidents of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama: Whereas: It is necessary to revise the legal framework of the Organization of Central American States (OCAS), adapting it to current realities and needs, in order to secure the effective attainment of Central American integration; and Such adaptation must be geared towards the establishment and consolidation of the Central American Integration System, which provide follow up in respect of all decisions adopted at Meetings of Presidents and coordinate their implementation; Accordingly: Decide […]


Integrating the Caribbean and Central America

In continuing with what I’ve been talking about for several years now as to how things are being integrated into districts and all that. Earlier posts talk about the over all picture, others talk about the regional CARICOM and SICA stuff and some other angle. This one speaks more into that. Time to wake up Belizeans. THE TIME TO SAVE YOUR COUNTRY IS BEFORE YOU LOSE IT! – Philip Stanley Wilberforce Goldson This was originally posted on Caribbean Journal By Alberto Duran and Noemi Areli Sanchez The Central American Integration System (SICA) was formed in 1991 and is a regional […]


Partial Scope Agreement Between the Government of Belize and the Government of the Republic of Guatemala

PARTIAL SCOPE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF BELIZE AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GUATEMALA The Government of Belize and the Government of the Republic of Guatemala, hereinafter referred to collectively as “the Parties”, CONSIDERING that the Parties are members of the World Trade Organization (WTO); BEARING IN MIND the rights and obligations of the Parties as members of the Central American Integration System (SICA); HAVING REGARD to the rights and obligations of Belize under the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas Establishing the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Including the CARICOM Single Market and Economy; CONSIDERING the desirability of dynamic and balanced […]