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Allegations of corruption in the Assembly

PACE's Bureau, meeting in Madrid, took note of the memorandum on allegations of corruption within the Assembly and decided to invite the leaders of the five political groups to prepare a revised proposal for the end of April. More

Corruption allegations at PACE: Bureau decides on three-step response

The Bureau agreed with the declaration on allegations of corruption and fostering of interests made against some members or former members of PACE, and supported a three-fold approach to dealing with the matter. More

Reaffirming the role of the Assembly as a pan-European forum for inter-parliamentary dialogue and co-operation

In a declaration adopted today, the PACE Bureau reaffirms the Assembly’s role as a pan-European forum for political dialogue among democratically elected members of parliament from the Organisation’s 47 member states. More

'Greece needs our full support'

“The Greek authorities must cope with a disproportionate share of Europe’s responsibility to care for migrants, refugees and asylum seekers,” PACE President, Pedro Agramunt, said in Athens. More

"Turkey’s example of dealing with Syrian refugees ‘puts rest of Europe to shame'"

Anne Brasseur, speaking at the end of a high-profile visit to refugee centres on the Syrian border, has highlighted Turkey’s “extraordinary welcome” for Syrian refugees – and urged other European countries to do more to help. More

Top PACE delegation to visit Turkish refugee centres on Syrian border

A delegation of leading PACE members is to visit Turkish refugee centres on the border with Syria to see at first hand Turkey’s efforts to deal with the large numbers of refugees fleeing conflict in the region. More