23/06/2021 | 18:01:40 Thank you, Madam President. Many years ago, in the 1990s, when I was a young activist I took part in international projects aimed at facilitating the repatriation of Crimean Tatars. Crimean Tatars were only among three peoples who were deported by Stalin in the mid 1940s and were not allowed to return under Khrushchev's rule in the mid-1950s. So Crimean Tatars started returning back only on the eve of the collapse of the Soviet Union. Other researchers predicted serious bloody conflicts... 22/06/2021 | 12:47:37 Thank you. I believe that this is exactly the type of issues which our Assembly should discuss. This is a fundamental problem. The need to respond to this challenge of the pandemic highlighted one of the major problems in the field of fundamental human rights that our Assembly deals with: How far European societies are prepared to go in sacrificing their human rights and individual freedoms to defend other people, to protect lives and the health of other people. And how far democracies can go... 21/06/2021 | 18:59:42 Dear Madam President, I will try to be as brief as possible. Madam BAKOYANNIS and Mister HOWELL, I never said that the situation in Spain and Turkey is identical. It's absolutely clear, both from the text of my explanatory memorandum and from the text of suggested draft resolution. Words or deeds, statements or deeds, sorry colleagues, what are our deeds as politicians? These are statements and votes and nothing else. This is what we are doing on a daily basis. Everybody agrees that convicted... 21/06/2021 | 17:55:36 Madam president, this report before you deals with the core principles upheld by the Council of Europe: freedom of speech and assembly of democratically elected politicians. The first question is why just Spain and Turkey? The choice of countries covered in this report was made in the motion for a resolution underlined by my mandate, not by myself. Spain and Turkey are obviously two very different countries, with different legal cultures and problems, but they have something in common: a... 22/04/2021 | 11:28:22 Thank you, Mr President. I would like to commend our rapporteur, Mr MAIRE, in particular for his tireless efforts to maintain dialogue with our Russian colleagues. And I deeply regret that this dialogue, diplomatically speaking, is far from being as constructive as we would like to. Colleagues, This is not a political issue. As many speakers in this debate have pointed out, this is a matter of respect to key principles of our organizations. This is a purely a legal issue. Russian colleagues...
07/06/2021 | Doc. 15307 | Report Should politicians be prosecuted for statements made in the exercise of their mandate? 14/12/2020 | Doc. 15199 | Report Ethnic profiling in Europe: a matter of great concern 01/10/2020 | Doc. 15156 | Report Justice by algorithm – the role of artificial intelligence in policing and criminal justice systems 02/11/2018 | Doc. 14662 | Report Procedure for the election of judges to the European Court of Human Rights 17/09/2018 | Doc. 14618 | Report Deal-making in criminal proceedings: the need for minimum standards for trial waiver systems
21/09/2021 | Doc. 15373 | Motion for a recommendation Pegasus and similar spyware and secret state surveillance 21/09/2021 | Doc. 15374 | Motion for a resolution Supporting a European perspective for the Western Balkans 22/07/2021 | Doc. 15344 | Written declaration Hungary’s adoption of legislation akin to the Russian law against "LGBT propaganda" must be condemned 28/06/2021 | Doc. 15337 | Motion for a resolution The challenge of far-right ideology to democracy and human rights in Europe 25/06/2021 | Doc. 15334 | Motion for a resolution The ongoing worsening of the access of Ukraine’s national minorities to education in their mother tongues: need for a follow-up to Parliamentary Assembly Resolution 2189 (2017)
27/09/2021 | Doc. 15363, vote on the draft text for resolution Humanitarian consequences of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan 27/09/2021 | Doc. 15363, vote on the draft text for recommendation Humanitarian consequences of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan 24/06/2021 | Doc. 15250, vote on the draft text for resolution For a European policy on diasporas 24/06/2021 | Doc. 15250, vote on the draft text for recommendation For a European policy on diasporas 23/06/2021 | Doc. 15301, vote on the draft text for resolution Enhancing participation of women from under-represented groups in political and public decision making