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Monitoring rapporteurs react to so-called elections in the Georgian region of South Ossetia

“The so-called parliamentary elections in the Georgian region of South Ossetia are neither legal nor legitimate,” say PACE monitors of Georgia, Titus Corlatean and Claude Kern, in a statement. More

Concerned co-rapporteurs closely follow the situation in the Republic of Moldova

Chisinau (Republic of Moldova) © Shutterstock The co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of the Republic of Moldova, Egidijus Vareikis and Maryvonne Blondin, have expressed their deep concern about the on-going situation in the country. More

Co-rapporteurs commend positive developments in North Macedonia, and await implementation of reforms

Skopje, ''l'ex-République yougoslave de Macédoine''  © Zefart Lise Christoffersen and Valeriu Ghiletchi, co-rapporteurs of the Parliamentary Assembly, commended the authorities of North Macedonia for their commitments to advance reforms, returning from their visit to Skopje on 28-31 May 2019. More

Post-monitoring rapporteurs to visit North Macedonia

Skopje, ''l'ex-République yougoslave de Macédoine''  © Zefart Lise Christoffersen and Valeriu Ghiletchi, co-rapporteurs of the PACE for post-monitoring dialogue with the Republic of North Macedonia, are to make a fact-finding visit to Skopje from 29 to 31 May. More

Armenia: PACE monitors express concern at Prime Minister’s call to block courts

“Political stakeholders must refrain from actions and statements that could be perceived as exerting pressure on the judiciary,” said the co-rapporteurs for the monitoring of Armenia. More

PACE committee proposes to continue post-monitoring dialogue with Bulgaria

The Monitoring Committee has proposed that the Assembly continue a post-monitoring dialogue with Bulgaria, noting that while the overall progress is not questioned, a number of outstanding concerns still exist. More