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29/06/2012 Resolution Res. 1895

The progress of the Assembly’s monitoring procedure (June 2011-May 2012)

Author(s): Parliamentary Assembly

29/06/2012 Resolution Res. 1894

The inadmissibility of restrictions on freedom of movement as punishment for political positions

Author(s): Parliamentary Assembly

28/06/2012 Recommendation Rec. 2003

Roma migrants in Europe

Author(s): Parliamentary Assembly

28/06/2012 Resolution Res. 1893

Political transition in Tunisia

Author(s): Parliamentary Assembly

28/06/2012 Resolution Res. 1892

Crisis of transition to democracy in Egypt

Author(s): Parliamentary Assembly

27/06/2012 Resolution Res. 1891

The situation of human rights defenders in Council of Europe member States

Author(s): Parliamentary Assembly

27/06/2012 Resolution Res. 1890

The honouring of obligations and commitments by Montenegro

Author(s): Parliamentary Assembly

27/06/2012 Resolution Res. 1889

The portrayal of migrants and refugees during election campaigns

Author(s): Parliamentary Assembly

27/06/2012 Resolution Res. 1888

The crisis of democracy and the role of the State in today’s Europe

Author(s): Parliamentary Assembly

26/06/2012 Recommendation Rec. 2002

The young generation sacrificed: social, economic and political implications of the financial crisis

Author(s): Parliamentary Assembly

26/06/2012 Resolution Res. 1887

Multiple discrimination against Muslim women in Europe: for equal opportunities

Author(s): Parliamentary Assembly

26/06/2012 Resolution Res. 1886

The impact of the economic crisis on local and regional authorities in Europe

Author(s): Parliamentary Assembly

26/06/2012 Resolution Res. 1885

The young generation sacrificed: social, economic and political implications of the financial crisis

Author(s): Parliamentary Assembly

26/06/2012 Resolution Res. 1884

Austerity measures – a danger for democracy and social rights

Author(s): Parliamentary Assembly