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XI.8. Treaty Establishing The African Economic Community (Excerpts)

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This chapter deals with the Treaty establishing the African Economic Community. To promote co-operation in all fields of human endeavour in order to raise the standard of living of African peoples, and maintain and enhance economic stability, foster close and peaceful relations among Member States and contribute to the progress, development and the economic integration of the Continent. Member States agree to adopt, individually, at bilateral or regional levels, the necessary measures, in order to achieve progressively the free movement of persons, and ensure the enjoyment of the right of residence and the right of establishment by their nationals within the Community. For this purpose, Member States agree to conclude a Protocol on the Free Movement of Persons, Right of Residence and Right of Establishment.

Keywords: African Economic Community; member state; Right of Residence



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