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Bosnia and Herzegovina: the Constitution and Election Law must be amended without delay

While welcoming the progress made in a number of areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the committee remains concerned about the lack of progress in the field of constitutional reform and reform of the election law. More

"Stifling LGBTI organisations’ free expression is harmful and a breach of fundamental rights"

“The decision of the Ankara Governor’s Office to ban all events organised by LGBTI organisations within the province is stifling all forms of expression of LGBTI people”, said Piet De Bruyn, rapporteur on the rights of LGBTI people. More

Libya: migration is a product of the instability in the country

In a discussion about the possible role of the Council of Europe in rebuilding of a “State” in Libya, the committee, along with experts, agreed that the priority is to put in place a minimal unified State. More

Progress of the monitoring procedure (January – December 2017) and periodic review of four member States

The committee has adopted its annual report. It assesses the progress made by the ten countries under a monitoring procedure sensu stricto, as well as the three countries engaged in a post-monitoring dialogue. More