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Rapporteurs on Turkey expect the release and acquittal of the “Academics for Peace”

Nigel Evans and Thomas Hammarberg, co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Turkey, welcomed the decision of Turkey’s Constitutional Court to uphold the “Academics for Peace’s” freedom of expression. More

PACE co-rapporteurs: 'De-oligarchising' the Republic of Moldova should aim at consolidating state institutions

Egidijus Vareikis and Maryvonne Blondin, co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Moldova, welcomed the steps taken to free state institutions from external and business influence, calling for their strengthening. More

Monitoring visit by co-rapporteurs to the Republic of Moldova

Chisinau (Republic of Moldova) © Shutterstock Egidijus Vareikis and Maryvonne Blondin, co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of obligations and commitments by the Republic of Moldova, will make a fact-finding visit to the country from 21 to 23 July. More

Ukraine monitors call for effective investigation into the murder of Vadym Komarov

PACE monitors Dzhema Grozdanova and Alfred Heer have expressed their concern at the death of Ukrainian investigative journalist Vadym Komarov, and called for an effective investigation into his murder. More

PACE monitoring rapporteur to visit Azerbaijan

Stefan Schennach, co-rapporteur for the monitoring of Azerbaijan, will make a fact-finding visit to the country from 4 to 6 July, to further assess the honouring of its obligations and commitments to the Council of Europe. More

The inability of Bosnia and Herzegovina to form a parliamentary delegation highlights systemic flaws within the institutions

“We deeply regret that the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina was unable to present the credentials of its delegation to PACE”, said Tiny Kox and Serhiy Sobolev, co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Bosnia and Herzegovina. More