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PACE monitors call for ‘renewed impetus’ towards reform in Azerbaijan

It is essential to give “renewed impetus” to the reform processes in Azerbaijan and to pursue dialogue with the authorities, PACE’s monitoring co-rapporteurs have said following a recent visit to the country (12-14 January 2017). More

Georgia: co-rapporteurs urge all stakeholders to ensure media pluralism

The co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Georgia, Boriss Cilevics and Kerstin Lundgren, took note of the Supreme Court judgment and expressed their concern about the possible consequences on the pluralism of the media environment. More

Albania: monitoring co-rapporteurs end visit

The visit of the PACE monitoring co-rapporteurs for Albania, Andrej Hunko and Joseph O'Reilly, took place against the background of the Democratic Party’s protests and boycott of the work of parliament. More

PACE co-rapporteurs carry out a monitoring visit to Albania

Tirana (Albania) © Shutterstock Andrej Hunko and Joseph O'Reilly, co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of obligations and commitments by Albania, will make a fact-finding visit to that country from 27 February to 1 March 2017, as part of their regular monitoring visits. More

Ukraine: deep concern over escalation of ceasefire violations in Avdiivka

The co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Ukraine, Jordi Xucla and Axel Fischer, have expressed their deep concern at the escalation of violence and ceasefire violations around the Ukrainian town of Avdiivka. More

Statement on the proposed constitutional reform in Turkey by the Monitoring Committee

The Monitoring Committee adopted a statement on the proposed constitutional reform in Turkey: “The committee has followed with great attention the adoption of 18 constitutional amendments in the Turkish Parliament..." More