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The Department's role is to assist and advise the Committee of Ministers in supervising the measures taken by the Respondent States to execute the final judgments of the European Court of Human Rights. When requested, the Department assists the States in their execution efforts.
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Impact of the European Convention on Human Rights: Parliamentary Assembly publishes a selection of examples of the impact of the Convention in States parties
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