26/01/2023 | 12:58:40 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) Mr. President, dear colleagues, First of all, many thanks to Mr. Cottier for a very precise text that sends an unequivocal and clear signal, that the acts of aggression committed by the Russian Federation against Ukraine without doubt meets the definition of the crime of aggression under international law. And therefore the Russian political and military leaders responsible must be identified and prosecuted. To do so it is needed that we call... 25/01/2023 | 20:09:26 Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2 Mr. President, dear colleages, First of all, let me congratulate Ms Gurmai, Ms Stienen and Ms De Boer on the 3 reports, which individually and together provide a very solid basis for the Council of Europe's work to strengthen women's rights and stop gender-based violence. There is no doubt that the Istanbul Convention, remains the best international framework for protecting women from gender-based violence and preventing domestic violence. In... 27/04/2022 | 11:24:27 Thank you, Madam President. Dear Colleagues, Thank you for giving me the possibility to talk. I will be short. I would like to thank our rapporteur for this report, which in itself when adopted is another and again confirmed clear signal to the warlord Putin that a unified Europe, also in this Assembly, in the strongest possible terms, condemns the Russian Federation's aggression against Ukraine. We stand in solidarity with Ukraine and the brave Ukrainian people and underline our unwavering... 26/01/2022 | 10:43:32 Thank you very much, Mister President, Mr Tiny KOX, and congratulations with your election. Dear Colleagues, on behalf of our Group, I would like to thank our good colleague, Lord George FOULKES, for this important report. I think we all know, and it has also been stated here by Mr Infantini, how how big a role sport, and not least football, plays in many people's lives. When people participate in and follow football, and thus, this sport, with its major role in media and in stages around the...
07/05/2019 | Doc. 14886 | Report Education and culture: new partnerships to recognise personal development and competences 08/01/2018 | Doc. 14464 | Report Working towards a framework for modern sports governance 25/04/2017 | Doc. 14298 | Report Alarming developments in Hungary: draft NGO law restricting civil society and possible closure of the European Central University 17/02/2016 | Doc. 13987 | Report Draft Council of Europe Convention on Cinematographic Coproduction (revised) 25/05/2010 | Doc. 12266 | Report Islam, Islamism and Islamophobia in Europe
23/05/2023 | Doc. 15777 | Motion for a resolution The detention of Julian Assange and its chilling effects on human rights 09/05/2023 | Doc. 15736 | Written declaration The International Olympic Committee’s decision on the possibility of the return of Russians and Belarusians to competition in individual sports under a neutral flag during the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics 04/05/2023 | Doc. 15761 | Written declaration Commemoration of Danish politician Marie-Antoinette von Lowzow 04/05/2023 | Doc. 15765 | Written declaration The Slovak Republic must avoid regression on legal gender recognition 04/05/2023 | Doc. 15764 | Written declaration Azerbaijan must open the Lachin Corridor
20/06/2023 | Doc. 15783, vote on the draft text for resolution Addressing the specific challenges faced by the Belarusians in exile 25/04/2023 | Doc. 15741, vote on the draft text for resolution European Convention on Human Rights and national constitutions 26/01/2023 | Doc. 15689, vote on the draft text for resolution Legal and human rights aspects of the Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine 25/01/2023 | Doc. 15673, vote on the draft text for resolution The Istanbul Convention: progress and challenges 25/01/2023 | Doc. 15673, vote on the draft text for recommendation The Istanbul Convention: progress and challenges