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Bosnia and Herzegovina: the Constitution and Election Law must be amended without delay

While welcoming the progress made in a number of areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the committee remains concerned about the lack of progress in the field of constitutional reform and reform of the election law. More

Progress of the monitoring procedure (January – December 2017) and periodic review of four member States

The committee has adopted its annual report. It assesses the progress made by the ten countries under a monitoring procedure sensu stricto, as well as the three countries engaged in a post-monitoring dialogue. More

Georgia: call for stronger system of checks and balances, including for security services

Tbilisi (Georgia) © Shutterstock The monitoring co-rapporteurs for Georgia, Kerstin Lundgren and Titus Corlăţean, have welcomed the improvement of the constitutional framework in Georgia as a result of the adoption of the Constitutional amendments. More

PACE co-rapporteurs carry out a monitoring visit to Georgia

Tbilisi (Georgia) © Shutterstock Kerstin Lundgren and Titus Corlăţean, co-rapporteurs of the Parliamentary Assembly for the monitoring of obligations and commitments by Georgia, will make a fact-finding visit to Tbilisi on 20-22 November. More

Azerbaijan: new law ‘likely to harm’ profession of lawyer

Stefan Schennach and Cezar Florin Preda, co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Azerbaijan, have expressed their concern at the adoption of the amendments to the law 'on advocates and advocacy'. More

Co-rapporteurs carry out a monitoring visit to Armenia

PACE co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of obligations by Armenia, will make a fact-finding visit to Yerevan on 6-7 November. Discussions will mainly focus on recent political developments and on-going reforms. More