High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Parliamentary
Conference of the Americas, or COPA, was created in 1997 under the
auspices of the United States' Council of State Governments and
National Conference of State Legislatures, the Quebec National
Assembly and a Brazilian legislative organization. The first
Conference was held in Quebec City, Province of Quebec, in Canada,
at which Jean Pierre Charboneau, the President of the Quebec
National Assembly, was elected COPA's first President. The second
Conference was held in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico in the United States
under the presidency of Puerto Rico Senator Kenneth McClintock,
COPA's second President.
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