Cuzco Declaration

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The Cuzco Declaration (actually the Cuzco Declaration on the South American Community of States , Spanish Declaración del Cusco sobre la Comunidad Sudamericana de Naciones ) is a bilateral declaration of intent that was signed by 12 South American states during the third South American summit on December 8, 2004 in Cuzco ( Peru ) was signed. It announces the establishment of the South American community of states and a South American parliament, a common market and a common currency ( monetary union ).

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