The Commission on Information for Recognition has expressed its views on the case of Paraguay

Wednesday, 22 February 2012

Atlanta, United States of America. The Commission on Information for Recognition has expressed its views on the case of Paraguay: "The agreement of unification of the two Grand Lodges that was reached in 2010, has been broken, and the situation has reverted back to two Grand Lodges claiming to be the legitimate source of Freemasonry in that country. There is also evidence that negotiations for unification have ceased. This being the case, the Commission is of the opinion that neither Grand Lodge now meets the standards for recognition."


While Centennial Symbolic Grand Lodge of Paraguay claims regularity, the Symbol Grand Lodge of Paraguay informed the public opinion on the following:
  • "GLSE has always taken full responsibility regarding the information"
  • None of the Grand Lodges are recognized by the Commission
  • The Grand Committee on Foreign Relations informs that there are 73 existing Recognition Treaties: Great Lodges members of the IMC, UGLE, United Grand Lodges of Germany, National Grand Lodge of Romania, Grand Lodge of Ghana etc.

 
 
 

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