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Permanent Central American Commission for the Eradication of Production, Trafficking, Consumption and Illicit Use of Narcotic and Psychotropic Substances and Related Crimes - CCP
Constitutive agreement
CCP was created on October 29, 1993, by the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama through the Constitutive Agreement of the Permanent Central American Commission for the Eradication of the Production, Trafficking, Consumption and Illicit use of Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances (CCP), signed in Guatemala City.

The Commission consists of a representative and his deputy for each of the Party States among the top level officials responsible for the Anti-Drug Program, and a regular and a deputy representative for each of the Parliaments or Legislative Assemblies of their respective countries. The CCP consists of three bodies as follows: The Plenary, the Executive Secretariat and the Ad-Hoc Technical Commissions.

- Serve as consultative and advisory body for each Member State in matters relative to control of the production, trafficking, consumption and illicit use of narcotics and psychotropic substances and related crimes. - Provide assistance to the Member States through regional cooperation. - Promote the execution of the regional cooperation agreements on the subject. - Carry out technical cooperation activities at the request of one or more Member States. - Establish cooperation relations on the matter with other International Organizations and Observing Countries.


Office address
Edificio de Comisiones, 1er. Nivel, Tegucigalpa, Honduras


(504) 238-3960/ 237-0568

(504) 238-3960

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