The Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group (CMAG), a grouping of Commonwealth leaders that addresses "serious or persistent violations" of the Commonwealth's fundamental political values, including human rights, will meet in London on April 26, 2013.
What does CMAG stand for?
CMAG stands for Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group
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We ask those responsible not to sign any Charter which fails to include a credible, authoritative and specific mechanism to verify serious breaches of these principles and recommend healing and redress, to make more effective the work of the Commonwealth Secretary-General and the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group of Foreign Ministers.
The report will be discussed at next week's meeting of the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group, to be chaired by Senator Carr.
Islamabad reacted angrily to Thursday's suspension by the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group, describing the decision as "unreasonable and unjustified" and threatening to pull out from the organisation.
But the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group (CMAG), charged with reviewing Pakistan's membership, said: "The situation in Pakistan continues to represent a serious violation of the Commonwealth's fundamental political values.
Pakistan was suspended from the Commonwealth last night after a deadline set by the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group for its leader President Pervez Musharraf to restore democracy and the rule of law passed yesterday.