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Parliamentary Assembly

Winter session, Strasbourg - 24 - 28 January 2011

Friday 28 January 2011

  • PACE recommends measures to promote active ageing (more...)
  • Making preventive health care a high priority (more...)
  • Defending and developing social rights in a climate of economic crisis and globalization (more...)

 

Thursday 27 January 2011

  • Tunisia: PACE calls on political forces to start democratic reforms without delay (more...)
  • Belarus: PACE calls for the immediate release of detainees and maintains its suspension of special guest status (more...)
  • Traian Bãsescu: National minorities and Roma should be further protected in Europe (more...)
  • Christian communities could disappear from the Middle East, warns the Assembly (more...)
  • Environment Committtee : ''Time for climate change to be seen as a human rights issue'' (more...)
  • Sali Berisha will not address the Assembly today (more...)

 

Wednesday 26 January 2011

  • Three delegations face voting ban in April unless they appoint at least one woman Representative (more...)
  • Current affairs debate on the functioning of democracy in Hungary (more...)
  • Assembly names nine states with ''worrying delays'' in implementing judgments of the Court (more...)
  • Protecting witnesses for the success of justice and reconciliation in the Balkans (more...)
  • The countries of the former Yugoslavia must redouble their efforts to achieve reconciliation (more...)
  • Greater international co-operation to combat impunity for war crimes (more...)
  • Tadic calls for collective action on organised crime (more...)

 

Tuesday 25 January 2011

  • A Council of Europe summit to give fresh political impetus to the organisation (more...)
  • Disclosure of journalists’ sources should be limited to cases where ''vital interests'' are at stake (more...)
  • PACE elects Paulo Sérgio Pinto de Albuquerque judge of the European Court of Human Rights in respect of Portugal (more...)
  • Arne König: ''Journalism as a public good is a rare value for European societies'' (more...)
  • Illegal organ trafficking in Kosovo: Assembly demands high-level support for international follow-up investigations (more...)
  • Abdullah Gül : Europe is the cradle of democracy, rule of law and respect for human rights (more...)
  • Journalists' lives and freedom of expression still under threat in Europe (more...)

 

Monday 24 January 2011

  • European Democrat Group elects new leader (more...)
  • Moscow airport bombing: Assembly members stand for minute’s silence (more...)
  • Thorbjørn Jagland: ''The great European project cannot go forward without the Council of Europe'' (more...)
  • ''We will make every effort to put the Council of Europe back on the international scene'' Ahmet Davutoglu says (more...)
  • Assembly President recalls that human rights and freedoms must be the same for all (more...)
  • Credentials of three national delegations challenged on grounds of gender balance (more...)
  • Urgent debates on violence against Christians in the Middle East and the situations in Belarus and in Tunisia (more...)
  • The Assembly pays tribute to Mateo Sorinas (more...)
  • PACE elects its President and Vice-Presidents (more...)
  • PACE debate on illicit trafficking in human organs in Kosovo (*) set for Tuesday morning (more...)

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