Asean civil societies want more meetings with leaders

KUALA LUMPUR: Asean civil society organisations want an institutional framework for engagement with their governments and leaders post-2015.

Representatives of civil societies from the 10 member countries who had an interface meeting with their heads of government at the Asean summit yesterday said they were happy to be given the opportunity to speak directly to the leaders.

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