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Committee deprives fourteen former members of the right to access Council of Europe premises

The Rules Committee has found that fourteen former members of the Assembly named in the report of the Investigation Body looking into allegations of corruption within the Assembly have breached its Code of Conduct. More

Allegations of corruption within the Assembly: committee deprives four members of certain rights

The Committee on Rules of Procedure has found that four individual members named in the report of the Independent Investigation Body looking into allegations of corruption within the PACE have “seriously breached” its Code of Conduct. More

Allegations of corruption within the Assembly: hearing of some members

At a meeting in Paris, the Committee on Rules of Procedure will hold a hearing of some of the PACE members mentioned in the report of the Independent Investigation Body on the allegations of corruption within the Assembly. More

Rules Committee delivers findings on some PACE members mentioned in report on alleged corruption

The Rules Committee has delivered its findings on the behaviour of the first three individual PACE members mentioned in the report on alleged corruption – and decided to postpone a decision on a fourth. More

Zero tolerance for corruption within PACE

The Assembly intends to draw all the necessary consequences, on all levels, from the conclusions of the investigation body on corruption allegations within the Parliamentary Assembly, “which are now indisputable”. More

Allegations of corruption: the report of the Rules Committee

The Committee on Rules of Procedure has unanimously adopted a draft resolution and recommendation on the follow-up to the report of the Independent Investigation Body on the allegations of corruption within the Assembly. More