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PACE to change mechanism of imposing sanctions against national delegations

Source : 112 Ukraine

The resolution is scheduled to be put to a vote in January 2020
16:25, 15 November 2019

European Center for Law and Justice

PACE Committee plans to change the mechanism of imposing sanctions against national delegations. Deutsche Welle reports.

The PACE Committee will prepare a resolution that may change the principle of voting for imposition of sanctions against the Council of Europe member states that violate their statutory obligations. This decision was approved at the committee meeting.

The document explains that by such manners PACE continues to work on harmonizing the activities of the Council of Europe bodies. 

It is scheduled to be put to a vote in January 2020.

Related: Rick Daems to head PACE, - Ukrainian official

As we reported earlier, Ukrainian delegation to PACE signed the statement on the creation of the permanent group Baltic plus with the participation of Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Georgia as Head of Ukrainian delegation Yelyzaveta Yasko reported on Facebook.

“We signed the statement on the creation of the permanent group Baltic plus in PACE. We agreed with Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, and Georgia on further systematic work on the creation of the mechanisms on the return of credibility in PACE. The next meeting of the group will take place in Kyiv,” she wrote.

Related: PACE President urges Turkey to end military operation in Syria

 

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