National Cooperation Council


The National Cooperation Council

The "National Cooperation Council" is an advisory body founded by the law of 20th July 1955 regarding the creation of a National Council of the Cooperatives, in order to spread the cooperative principles and preserve the values attached to the cooperative ideal.

The National Council of the Cooperatives has two main duties:

1. to study and promote measures in order to spread the principles and the ideals of the cooperative movement ;

2. to give - upon request or spontaneously - advices and proposals regarding the cooperative activities to Ministers, in their respective competences, and to the Central Council of Economy, under the form of reports expressing the various points of view showed within the Council.


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