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For a complementary joint procedure CM-PACE in response to a serious violation by a member State of its statutory obligations

Parliamentary Assembly Session Strasbourg 29 January 2020
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For a complementary joint procedure CM-PACE in response to a serious violation by a member State of its statutory obligations

The Parliamentary Assembly welcomed the intensification of dialogue and contacts with the Committee of Ministers with a view to setting up a complementary joint procedure between the two statutory organs of the Council of Europe in response to a serious violation by a member State of its statutory obligations.

It reiterated that such a procedure, in which the two statutory organs and the Secretary General of the Council of Europe participate, will strengthen the Organisation’s ability “to react more effectively” in such situations and will “enhance the impact of any measures to be taken both regarding the member State concerned and the Organisation as a whole”.

Adopting a resolution, based on the report prepared by Frank Schwabe (Germany, SOC), the Assembly detailed the basic principles which should govern the complementary joint procedure emphasising its “credible, predictable, reactive and reversible nature”.


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