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Your questions to the Commonwealth secretary-general

Peter van Dyk | 17:15 UK time, Wednesday, 7 March 2007

Commonwealth Secretary-General Don McKinnonMonday March 12 is Commonwealth Day, when the 53 member states mark their membership of the loose association of former British colonies, dependencies and other territories. And Mozambique, which has no historical link to the British Empire.

Ahead of the anniversary, the organisation's secretary-general, Don McKinnon, will come on to World Have Your Say to answer your questions.

What would you like to ask him?

Perhaps you have an opinion about how relevant the organisation is today?

Is it still important? If you live in a Commonwealth country, what does it mean to you? What issues should the organisation concentrate on?

Click here for some background on the Commonwealth, formerly the Britsh Commonwealth of Nations.


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