Historic French development law makes aid more transparent, democratic

By Megan Rowling | Tue, 11 Feb 2014 14:06 PM
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PERPIGNAN, France (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - France's National Assembly adopted a historic bill on Monday night that will allow members of parliament to debate policies on international development for the first time, and make French aid more transparent.

Pascal Canfin, development minister for the Socialist government, told the lower house that the legislation - promised by President Francois ...

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