24/01/2023 | 17:24:53 Thank you, Mister President. When Ms Fiona O'LOUGHLIN introduced her excellent report, she put the three key themes of our work in this order: democracy, human rights, and the rule of law. Democracy first. And that's not to underplay human rights, but human rights I think is well understood. Democracy is sometimes taken for granted as our role, and sometimes lip service is paid to our democratic functions. So we need to increase the profile of our role in democracy, not just one form of... 13/10/2022 | 16:54:10 Mister President, As some of my colleagues here, not least Mr John HOWELL, our delegation leader, will confirm, I don't need any encouragement to attack the Tory government in the United Kingdom. I will tell you there are many opportunities at present to attack them. Not least from any budget that we have at the moment, which is total chaos, and of course Brexit, all of Brexit, which has been a disaster, a total disaster in the United Kingdom. That's why I'm against the Northern Ireland... 23/06/2022 | 16:07:46 Thank you, Mister President. For the very reasons that Mr George KATROUGALOS and Mr Roberto RAMPI raised about the respect that so many countries have had for the traditions of the United Kingdom, we in the United Kingdom, all of us, should welcome this debate today. The Bill of Rights which was introduced yesterday in the United Kingdom Parliament is a misnomer. It is not a Bill of Rights. It reduces the rights of British citizens. The Justice minister in the House of Lords, Lord Bellamy... 23/06/2022 | 10:31:07 Mister President, Can I also thank the rapporteur for a very well-balanced report? The brutal murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia shocked us all. I was at the time your general rapporteur on media freedom and the safety of journalists. I was involved in that capacity along with other members of the Assembly and particularly also with the three very brave and committed sons of Daphne, in helping to expose the corruption and the crime in Malta at the time. It wasn't easy for me as a member of the... 21/06/2022 | 11:27:48 Thank you, Mister President. I have been listening very closely to every contribution to this debate. Can I say, I warmly welcome the report by Mr Bogdan KLICH? I think it is the way forward, but, frankly, I have been disappointed by some of the contributions. For example, the contribution from Ireland, from Mr Thomas PRINGLE and from Mr Damien COTTIER from Switzerland, who imply – or who argue – in favour of the very narrow definition of security that Ms Marija PEJČINOVIĆ-BURIĆ put forward...
10/01/2022 | Doc. 15430 | Report Football governance: business and values 03/01/2020 | Doc. 15021 | Report Threats to media freedom and journalists’ security in Europe 09/05/2017 | Doc. 14320 | Report Human rights of older persons and their comprehensive care 25/09/1980 | Doc. 4587 | Report Youth cooperation in Europe
18/10/2022 | Doc. 15638 | Motion for a resolution Recognising Russian warmonger political parties as groups and entities involved in terrorist acts that are subject to institutional sanctions 18/10/2022 | Doc. 15639 | Motion for a resolution Abusive practices on depriving children from their family environment 14/10/2022 | Doc. 15636 | Motion for a resolution Risks and opportunities of the Metaverse 12/10/2022 | Doc. 15633 | Motion for a resolution Europe should stand in solidarity with the Russian and Belarusian anti-war movement 12/10/2022 | Doc. 15634 | Written declaration Support Iranian people's protests
25/01/2023 | Doc. 15674, vote on the draft text for resolution Environmental impact of armed conflicts 25/01/2023 | Doc. 15674, vote on the draft text for recommendation Environmental impact of armed conflicts 24/01/2023 | Doc. 15677, vote on the draft text for resolution Conflict-related sexual violence 13/10/2022 | Doc. 15615, vote on the draft text for resolution The impact of Brexit on human rights on the island of Ireland 12/10/2022 | Doc. 15618, vote on the draft text for resolution The honouring of obligations and commitments by Türkiye