AALCO MEMBERS FROM ASIA ---> Kingdom of Bahrain | Republic of Bangladesh | Brunei Darussalam | People's Republic of China | Republic of Cyprus | India | Republic of Indonesia | Islamic Republic of Iran | Republic of Iraq | Japan | Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan | State of Kuwait | Lebanon | Malaysia | Mongolia | Union of Myanmar | Nepal | DPR Korea | Sultanate of Oman | Pakistan | State of Qatar | Republic of Korea | Kingdom of Saudi Arabia | Singapore | Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka | State of Palestine | Republic of Philippines | Syrian Arab Republic | Thailand | Republic of Turkey | United Arab Emirates | Republic of Yemen | Socialist Republic of Vietnam   AALCO MEMBERS FROM AFRICA ---> Arab Republic of Egypt | Republic of Cameroon | Republic of The Gambia | Republic of Ghana | Kenya | Libya | Mauritius | Federal Republic of Nigeria | Republic of Senegal | Sierra Leone | Republic of Somalia | Republic of South Africa | Republic of Sudan | United Republic of Tanzania | Uganda

Member States

 


ASIAN-AFRICAN LEGAL CONSULTATIVE ORGANIZATION
 (AALCO)

Member States

 

Membership of the Organization is open to all Asian and African States that desire to participate in the Organization in accordance with its Statutes and Statutory Rules (Article 2(3) of the Statutes). Any such State desirous of membership has to address a written communication to the Secretary-General of the AALCO intimating its desire to participate in the Organization and stating its acceptance of the Statutes and Statutory Rules. The communication when received is circulated among the Member Governments with a request for submission of their comments within a period of six weeks. Unless objections are received from not less than one-third of the total membership of the Organization, the State concerned is thereafter declared admitted as a member. 

AALCO presently have forty-eight countries as its members, comprising almost all the major States from Asia and Africa. Observers from non-Member States, regional, inter-regional and international organizations and specialized agencies and national liberation movements recognized by the United Nations are admitted as Observers to attend the Annual Sessions of the Organization. Australia and New Zealand have the status of Permanent Observers. 

These countries are: Arab Republic of Egypt; Bahrain; Bangladesh; Brunei Darussalam; Cameroon; Cyprus; Democratic People’s Republic of Korea; Gambia; Ghana; India; Indonesia; Iraq; Islamic Republic of Iran; Japan; Jordan; Kenya; Kuwait; Lebanon; Libya; Malaysia; Mauritius; Mongolia; Myanmar; Nepal; Nigeria; Oman; Pakistan; People’s Republic of China; Qatar; Republic of Korea; Saudi Arabia; Senegal; Sierra Leone; Singapore; Somalia; South Africa, Sri Lanka; State of Palestine; Republic of Philippines; Sudan; Syria; Tanzania; Thailand; Turkey; Uganda; United Arab Emirates; Socialist Republic of Vietnam and  Republic of Yemen.