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Parliamentary Assembly

Spring session, Strasbourg - 26-30 April 2010

Friday 30 April 2010
  • Council of Europe’s contribution to the Euro-Mediterranean partnership should be strengthened (more...)
  • Bulgaria is making progress, but points to ‘worrying trends’ (more...)
  • Council of Europe needs to give a much higher priority to migration issues (more...)

 

Thursday 29 April 2010
  • Discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity (more...)
  • Laws to protect ''whistle-blowers'' (more...)
  • Assembly breaks off contacts with Belarusian Government and Parliament (more...)
  • Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf: Interlarken conference key to lasting Court reform (more...)
  • Parliaments can stem the flood of applications submerging the Court (more...)
  • Assembly offers Bosnia and Herzegovina chance to end discrimination in elections (more...)
  • Ukrainian town of Kharkiv wins 2010 Europe Prize (more ...)
  • Disregard by Slovakia of binding interim measures ordered by the Court 'unacceptable' (more...)

 

Wednesday 28 April 2010
  • Tragedy of the Great Famine (Holodomor): Assembly advocates establishing the full un-politicised truth (more...)
  • Situation in Belarus: both authorities and opposition to participate in debate (more...)
  • Assembly asks Montenegro to maintain the reform dynamic (more...)
  • The fight against piracy must be conducted in full respect of human rights (more...)
  • Economic crisis, extremism raised by Commissioner Hammarberg in speech to Assembly(more...)
  • Heidi Tagliavini: Council of Europe as a forum of discussion for conflict in Georgia (more...)
  • Moroccan Parliament first candidate for ‘’partner for democracy’’ status with Assembly (more ...)

 

Tuesday 27 April 2010
  • Assembly President awards the Museum of Portimão with the Museum Prize 2010 (more...)
  • Wealth alone is no measure of well-being, parliamentarians point out (more ...)
  • The Social Impact of the Economic Crisis (more ...)
  • Migrants are among the hardest hit by the crisis (more ...)
  • Ganna Yudkivska elected judge of Court of Human Rights with respect to Ukraine (more ...)
  • ''The financial crisis was man-made'' (more ...)
  • Investing in family cohesion as a development factor in times of crisis (more ...)
  • Thorbjørn Jagland: Greater coherence, cohesion and consolidation through reform (more ...)
  • President Yanukovych: Ukraine’s indisputable priority is the strengthening of democracy (more ...)
  • Conflict resolution: women should be at the negotiating table (more ...)

 

Monday 26 April 2010
  • Assembly advocates a European code of conduct for lobbyists (more...)
  • Mevlüt Çavusoglu opens the spring session (more...)
  • Micheline Calmy-Rey: ''A revitalization of the Council of Europe has begun'' (more...)
  • Assembly elects its Vice-President with respect to Ukraine (more...)
  • Albania: call for resumption of political dialogue in Parliament (more...)

 

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