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Co-rapporteurs to carry out a monitoring visit to Armenia

Giuseppe Galati and Yuliya Lovochkina, co-rapporteurs of the Parliamentary Assembly for the monitoring of obligations and commitments by Armenia, will make a fact-finding visit to Yerevan from 23 to 25 May. More

Monitors deplore opening of bridge between Russia and illegally-annexed Crimea

The co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Ukraine, Eerik-Niiles Kross and Dzhema Grozdanova, have expressed their deep concern at the opening of a bridge over the Kerch Strait between Russia and illegally-annexed Crimea. More

Turkey: an adverse context ‘will impede the conduct of genuinely democratic elections'

The Monitoring Committee expresses its deepest concern at the announcement, on 18 April 2018, of the holding of early presidential and parliamentary elections in Turkey on 24 June 2018, one and a half years ahead of schedule. More

Monitors react to developments in Yerevan

“We welcome the courageous decision of Prime Minister Sargsyan to resign from his post in order to defuse the mounting tensions in the country", have reacted the monitoring corapporteurs of Armenia. More

Moldova: ensuring conditions conducive to free and fair elections

Chisinau (Republic of Moldova) © Shutterstock Co-rapporteurs have welcomed Moldova’s continuing commitment to European values, but urged the authorities to continue reforms and create conditions conducive to free and fair elections. More

Turkey monitors express ‘serious concerns’ ahead of 2019 elections

Marianne Mikko and Nigel Evans, PACE co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Turkey, have expressed serious concern over the deterioration of the situation in Turkey ahead of the forthcoming 2019 elections. More