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Co-rapporteurs on Albania welcome justice reform and encourage further reforms

Tirana (Albania) © Shutterstock Following their visit to Albania,the co-rapporteurs Andrej Hunko and Joseph O'Reilly, applauded the adoption of the constitutional amendments paving the way for a thorough and comprehensive reform of the judiciary. More

Serbia : PACE rapporteurs welcome steps to strengthen the judiciary

Serbian National Assembly, Belgrade © Anastasios71 Co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Serbia, Maria Guzenina and Samad Seyidov, welcomed the steps taken by the authorities to strengthen the independence and efficiency of the judiciary, in line with Resolution 1858 (2012). More

Co-rapporteurs carry out a monitoring visit to Albania

Tirana (Albania) © Shutterstock Andrej Hunko and Joseph O'Reilly, PACE co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of obligations and commitments by Albania, started today a fact-finding visit in the country which will end on 28 October. More

Serbia: co-rapporteurs to assess reforms of the judiciary, fight against corruption and situation of the media

Serbian National Assembly, Belgrade © Anastasios71 Samad Seyidov and Maria Guzenina,co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Serbia, will make a fact-finding visit to Belgrade, to monitor the implementation of the resolution on the honouring of obligations and commitments. More

Deteriorating democratic environment and space for civil society in the Russian Federation

The Monitoring Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly expressed its “serious concern at the deteriorating democratic environment and narrowing space for civil society organisations in the Russian Federation”. More

PACE Georgia monitors concerned at violence, call for calm before the elections

The Georgian Parliament © Shutterstock Boriss Cilevics and Kerstin Lundgren, co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Georgia by the PACE, have expressed concern at the increasing tensions and violent incidents in the country ahead of this week’s election. More