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XI.11. Treaty Establishing The Common Market For Eastern And Southern Africa (Excerpts)

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This chapter deals with the Treaty Establishing the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa. The Member States undertake to evolve coordinated and complementary transport and communications policies, to improve and expand the existing links and establish new ones as a means of furthering the physical cohesion of the Member States, so as to facilitate movement of inter-State traffic and promote greater movement of persons, goods and services within the common market. The Member States agree to conclude a Protocol on the Free Movement of Persons, Labour, Services, Right of Establishment and Right of Residence. The Member States agree to adopt, individually, at bilateral or regional levels of the necessary measures in order to achieve progressively the free movement of persons, labour and services and ensure the enjoyment of the right or establishment and residence by their citizens within the common market.

Keywords: Africa; member state; Right of Residence



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