Statute of the Conference of Santiago

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The Statute of the Conference of Santiago (Portuguese: Estatuto da Conferência de Santiago, Spanish: Estatuto de la Conferencia de Santiago, French: Statut de la Conférence de Santiago) is the document that formally establishes the definitions and attributions of the Conference of Santiago together with the other treaties, protocols and conventions of the organization. The Statute defines the Conference's principles and governs the requirements for accession, the rights, guarantees and limits of member states, the organization's diplomatic relations, its programs formally establish the administrative hierarchy and the rituals of functioning of its organs.

The statute came into effect on 15 August 2021, signed and ratified by the Conference's 18 members at that time. It did not replace the Conference's other mandatory regulatory documents, but rather complements them as a primarily structural document.