The text of the Statute incorporates all successive amendments and is followed by Resolutions of a statutory character.
Resolutions of a statutory character are used as a flexible formula for making good any shortcomings or gaps in the Statute. They concern statutory matters and contain measures which are not incompatible with the statute. They are:
Res(51)30, inter alia, on the admission of new members, on the powers of the Committee of Ministers, on the Joint Committee, on Relations with intergovernmental and non-governmental international organisations
- Statutory Resolution Res(93)26 on observer status
- Statutory Resolution Res(93)27 on majorities required for decisions of the Committee of Ministers
- Statutory Resolution Res(93)28 on partial and enlarged agreements
- Statutory Resolution CM/Res(2011)2 relating to the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe