26/01/2023 | 10:43:07 Thank you, Mister President. Impunity for war crimes is a driving factor for war crimes. The fact that perpetrators of war crimes very often escape justice is a big reason why war crimes are so readily committed in conflicts all over the world. This is why we must do our very best to end impunity for war crimes. In the case of Russia's horrendous war of aggression against Ukraine, there's not only impunity for war crimes, but the terrible practice of Russian soldiers being awarded for war... 14/10/2022 | 12:29:07 Thank you, Mister President. I would like to use this opportunity to speak about the issue of political prisoners which have not been high on the Agenda this session, but should always be on our agenda and we should be reminded of it on a regular basis. When I moved the report about the reported cases of political prisoners in the Russian Federation, and we adopted the resolution that came with it, one of the items of the resolution focused on making 30 October the international day of... 14/10/2022 | 12:08:43 Thank you Madam President, And thank you colleagues for supporting the continuation of my work with this report by voting that we should vote on it. Indeed, I think it is quite important that we complete it. We did put in a lot of work to complete it before this session, because we did not want the work to become instantly obsolete as so many things are when it comes to the Covid-19 pandemic. Of course, our knowledge is constantly increasing, of course, we are always getting more and more... 14/10/2022 | 11:07:47 Thank you, Madam President, Dear colleagues, During the long height of the Covid-19 pandemic, freedom of movement was often severely restricted in the attempt of the respective authorities to lower the rate of infection and to protect their public health systems. In this context, the EU Digital Covid Certificate, better known as the Covid Pass, helped alleviate some of these restrictions, so that the holders of this Pass could more easily move freely in a world suddenly closed off to many... 23/06/2022 | 16:14:21 Thank you, Mister President. Dear Colleagues, The UK government may believe that they are taking a strong stance against, as a colleague mentioned that, the Strasbourg Court, but they are not. It is weak politics to attack the European Court of Human Rights for domestic political purposes. It's weak. It means you have nothing left to stand for. The fact that you aim now to declare supremacy of domestic courts over the European Convention of Human Rights is weak. I seem to recall many...
19/09/2022 | Doc. 15608 | Report Preventing vaccine discrimination 03/06/2022 | Doc. 15545 | Report Reported cases of political prisoners in the Russian Federation 15/11/2021 | Doc. 15402 | Report Revision of the Code of Conduct for Members of the Parliamentary Assembly: introducing the explicit prohibition of sexism, sexual harassment and sexual violence and misconduct 04/06/2021 | Doc. 15305 | Report The situation of Crimean Tatars 04/12/2020 | Doc. 15192 | Report Urgent need to strengthen financial intelligence units – Sharper tools needed to improve confiscation of illegal assets
27/01/2023 | Doc. 15696 | Written declaration Financial assistance for Palestinian Interior Ministry and security services must be withheld until significant human rights progress is made 26/01/2023 | Doc. 15695 | Written declaration The United Kingdom must allow trans people to live their lives with dignity 24/01/2023 | Doc. 15688 | Motion for a resolution The situation in Iran 05/01/2023 | Doc. 15676 | Motion for a resolution Reparation and reconciliation processes to overcome past conflicts and build a common peaceful future – the question of just and equal redress 25/10/2022 | Doc. 15646 | Motion for a resolution Growth in number of political prisoners in Azerbaijan
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 23/01/2023 | Doc. 15591, vote on the draft text for resolution Addressing the issue of Daesh foreign fighters and their families returning from Syria and other countries to the member States of the Council of Europe 23/01/2023 | Doc. 15591, vote on the draft text for recommendation Addressing the issue of Daesh foreign fighters and their families returning from Syria and other countries to the member States of the Council of Europe 14/10/2022 | Doc. 15620, vote on the draft text for resolution The future of work is here: revisiting labour rights 14/10/2022 | Doc. 15620, vote on the draft text for recommendation The future of work is here: revisiting labour rights