Weekly European Agenda 6-12 June

Day-by-day

Monday 6 June

  • EP: Plenary Session
  • EP: AFET, AGRI
  • Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council
  • EC: Mogherini in the USA
  • EC: Dombrovskis in France
  • EC: Arias Cañete meets with Slovak Minister of Economy
  • EESC: Study Groups
  • Presidency: Mutual Information System on Social Protection (MISSOC)
  • CoE: INGO Debate ‘Only a matter for politicians? Civil society, money and political activities’
  • CoE: PACE President in Turkey

Tuesday 7 June

  • EP: Plenary Session
  • EC: College of Commissioners meeting
  • EC: Mogherini meets with Giorgi Margvelashvili, President of Georgia
  • EESC: Study Groups
  • EESC: Consumers and Environment Category meeting
  • CoR: Sustainable societies: Health and social investment in the EU
  • FRA: FRA Director visit to Slovakia to help prepare EU presidency
  • CoE: ECHR 8 judgments
  • CoE: ECRI will publish 5 country reports and 8 follow-up reports
  • CoE: Venice Commission’s Joint Council on Constitutional Justice meeting

Wednesday 8 June

  • EP: Plenary Session
  • EC: Juncker meets with Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of NATO
  • EC: Malmström in Botswana
  • EC: Thyssen in Geneva, Switzerland
  • EESC: Study Groups
  • Presidency: European Judicial Network in criminal law
  • Presidency: eHealth Week
  • Presidency: Week of Innovative Regions in Europe VII (WIRE 2016)
  • CoE: PACE fact-finding mission to Sofia, Bulgaria

Thursday 9 June

  • EP: Plenary Session
  • Justice and Home Affairs Council
  • EC: High level roundtable on low-carbon innovation
  • EC: Juncker in Geneva, Switzerland
  • EC: Moscovici in Paris, France
  • EC: Avramopoulos meets with the Dutch Intelligence and Security Service Director-General
  • EESC: Study Groups
  • FRA: Meeting of the Justice and Home Affairs Agencies’ Network
  • ECHR: 48 judgments and/or decisions

Friday 10 June

  • EC: Navracsics in Budapest, Hungary
  • EC: Ansip at European Dialogue on Internet Governance
  • EC: Vestager in Sofia, Bulgaria
  • EESC: Study Groups
  • Presidency: Responsible Innovation. Societal challenges and solutions
  • Presidency: The Synergy of Big Science
  • CoE: Venice Commission Plenary Session

Saturday 11 June

  • CoE: Venice Commission Plenary Session

 

European Union

European Parliament

Monday 6 June

Plenary Session
Debates: Synergies between structural funds and Horizon 2020; State of safety of nuclear installation in Belarus; 2015 Report on Policy Coherence for Development (DEVE); The New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition (DEVE); International Accounting Standards (IAS) evaluation (ECON); Peace Support Operations – EU engagement with the UN and the African Union (AFET); Unfair trading practices in the food supply chain (IMCO); Technological solutions for sustainable agriculture (AGRI); Enhancing innovation and economic development in future European farm management (AGRI).

Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET)
Exchange of views with Johannes Hahn, EU Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy & Enlargement Negotiations, on the Commission working programme for the year 2017; Exchange of views with Giorgi Margvelashvili, President of Georgia, on the EU-Georgia relations.

Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development (AGRI)
Adoption of draft opinion on Preparation of the post-electoral revision of the MFF 2014-2020: Parliament’s input ahead of the Commission’s proposal; Adoption of draft opinion on 2017 Budget – Mandate for the Trilogue; Adoption of draft opinion on A new forward-looking and innovative future strategy on trade and investment; Consideration of draft report on CAP tools to reduce price volatility in agricultural markets.

Tuesday 7 June

Plenary Session
Debates: Joint debate on Markets in financial instruments (ECON); Joint debate on Markets in financial instruments, market abuse and securities settlement; Nomination of a member of the Court of Auditors – Rimantas Šadžius (CONT); Eliminating illicit trade in tobacco products: protocol to the WHO Framework Convention (INTA); Uniform technical prescriptions for wheeled vehicles: UNECE agreement (INTA); EU-Colombia and Peru Trade Agreement (accession of Croatia) (INTA); Situation in Bangladesh; Joint debate on EU-Philippines Framework Agreement on Partnership and Cooperation (Consent) (AFET); Joint debate on EU-Philippines Framework Agreement on Partnership and Cooperation (accession of Croatia) (AFET); Joint debate on EU-Philippines Framework Agreement on Partnership and Cooperation (resolution) (AFET); Joint debate on Space capabilities for European security and defence (AFET); Decision adopted on New Skills agenda for Europe; Expansion of trade in Information Technology Products (ITA) (INTA).
Votes followed by an explanation of votes: Nomination of a member of the Court of Auditors – Rimantas Šadžius (CONT); Eliminating illicit trade in tobacco products: protocol to the WHO Framework Convention (INTA); Uniform technical prescriptions for wheeled vehicles: UNECE agreement (INTA); EU-Colombia and Peru Trade Agreement (accession of Croatia) (INTA); Texts on which debate is closed.
Oral Questions: Follow-up to the resolution of Parliament of 11 February 2015 on the US Senate report on the use of torture by the CIA (LIBE); Space market uptake (ITRE); Japan’s decision to resume whaling in the 2015-2016 season (ENVI).

Wednesday 8 June

Plenary Session

Debates: Mid-term review of the Investment Plan; Macro-financial assistance to Tunisia (INTA); Promoting free movement by simplifying the acceptance of certain public documents (JURI); Transfer to the General Court of jurisdiction at first instance in EU civil service cases (JURI); Rules against certain tax avoidance practices (ECON);  Secretariat of the Supervisory Committee of the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) (CONT); Enhanced cooperation in the area of property regimes of international couples (JURI); EU economy diplomacy.
Oral Questions: Open, efficient and independent European Union administration (JURI).
Votes followed by explanations of votes: Ratification and accession to the 2010 Protocol to the Hazardous and Noxious Substances Convention with the exception of aspects related to judicial cooperation in civil matters (JURI); Ratification and accession to the 2010 Protocol to the Hazardous and Noxious Substances Convention with regard to aspects related to judicial cooperation in civil matters (JURI); Subjecting α-PVP to control measures (LIBE); EU-Palau Agreement on the short-stay visa waiver (LIBE); EU-Tonga Agreement on the short-stay visa waiver (LIBE); EU-Colombia Agreement on the short-stay visa waiver (LIBE); Situation in Venezuela; Texts on which debate is closed.

Thursday 9 June

Plenary Session

Debates: Ccases of breaches of human rights, democracy and the rule of law (Rule 135); Information concerning negotiations on international agreements (LIBE).
Oral Questions: Competitiveness of the European rail supply industry (ITRE)
Votes followed by explanations of votes:  Motions for resolutions concerning debates on cases of breaches of human rights, democracy and the rule of law (Rule 135); Texts on which debate is closed.

Find the full plenary agenda here. Find an overview of committees here. An overview of delegation meetings can be found here.

 

Council of Ministers

Monday 6 – Tuesday 7 June

Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council (TTE)
In Luxembourg. Agenda highlights include Security of energy supply, Car emissions, Labour mobility in inland navigation, International transport agreements.

Thursday 9 – Friday 10 June

Justice and Home Affairs Council (JHA)
In Luxembourg.

An overview of planned Council meetings can be found here. Information on informal meetings can be found here.

 

European Commission and High Representative

Monday 6 June

Ms Federica Mogherini in the United States of America: attends a briefing at the UN Security Council; meets with Mr Ban Ki Moon, Secretary General of the United Nations; delivers a speech at the UN Security Council (in New York); takes part in the Global Forum of American Jewish Congress (in Washington DC).

Mr Valdis Dombrovskis in Paris, France: to discuss the European Semester with representatives from the Senate and the National Assembly.

Mr Miguel Arias Cañete in Luxembourg: signs the «Political Declaration on energy cooperation between North Seas Countries»; meets with Mr Peter Žiga, Minister of Economy of the Slovak Republic.

Tuesday 7 June

Meeting of the College of Commissioners in Strasbourg

Ms Federica Mogherini meets with Mr Giorgi Margvelashvili, President of Georgia, in Strasbourg.

Wednesday 8 June

President Jean-Claude Juncker meets with Mr Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of NATO, together with Mr Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, in Brussels.

Ms Cecilia Malmström in Botswana for the signing of the SADC-EU Economic Partnership Agreement (10/06): meets with Botswanan leaders; visits the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Secretariat; meets with representatives of Debswana, the leading diamond company in partnership with the Botswanan Government (in Gaborone).

Ms Marianne Thyssen in Geneva, Switzerland: participates in the International Labour Conference of the International Labour Organisation (ILO); attends a ministerial lunch organised by the Dutch Presidency of the European Council on «Strengthening Workplace Compliance – Realising Decent Work in Global Supply Chain»; meets with international workers and employers organisations; participates in a diner of G20 labour and employment ministers, as a contribution to the World Day against Child Labour.

Thursday 9 June

High level roundtable on low-carbon innovation
The transition to a global low-carbon economy demands a fundamental shift in investment and economic development. The Paris Agreements marks its beginning. Europe has already shown that it is possible to decouple economic growth from emissions, and it has become a world leader in low-carbon technologies. In the medium term, further innovation and new technologies are the best instruments to remain competitive and bring breakthrough solutions for a new, sustainable global economy which is low-carbon, circular, shared and hyper-connected. This event will look into how such innovation can best be supported at European level.

Mr Dimitris Avramopoulos receives Mr Rob Bertholee, Head of the Counter-Terrorism Group and Director-General of the General Intelligence and Security Service of The Netherlands.

President Jean-Claude Juncker in Geneva, Switzerland: delivers a speech at the World of Work Summit organised by the International Labour Organisation (ILO).

M. Pierre Moscovici à Paris, France: rencontre M. François Villeroy de Galhau, Gouverneur de la Banque de France.

Friday 10 June

Mr Tibor Navracsics in Budapest, Hungary: gives the closing speech at the regional workshop on «Education and the Investment Plan for Europe» organised by the European Commission in collaboration with the European Investment Bank.

Ms Margrethe Vestager in Sofia, Bulgaria: meets with Mr Rosen Plevneliev, President of the Republic of Bulgaria; Mr Boyko Borissov, Prime Minister; Mr Tomislav Donchev, Deputy Prime Minister for EU Funds and Economic Policies; Mr Vladislav Goranov, Minister of Finance; Mr Ivaylo Moskovski, Minister of Transport and with Ms Temenuzhka Petkova, Minister of Energy.

Mr Andrus Ansip delivers a keynote speech at European Dialogue on Internet Governance (Eurodig) event, in Brussels.

A full list with meetings of Commissioners can be found here.

 

European Economic and Social Committee

Monday 6 June

Study Group on the Action Plan on VAT
Discussion of the preliminary draft opinion on the Action Plan on VAT.

Tuesday 7 June

Study Group on Funding effectiveness / fighting poverty and social exclusion
Input session with representatives of Civil Society organisations; Discussion of the working document on The effectiveness of ESF and FEAD funding as part of civil society efforts to tackle poverty and social exclusion under the Europe 2020 strategy. Consumers and Environment Category Financial matters: Consumer information, Over-indebtedness, Mortgages and the conversion of loan agreements into foreign currencies; The transparency of vehicle emissions tests.

Wednesday 8 June

Public hearing and study group on the functional economy
Discussion of the working document on The functional economy.

Study group on an EU action plan against wildlife trafficking
Presentation of the preliminary draft opinion.

Study group on Implementation of the White Paper on Transport
Report on/evaluation of the Talking Transport initiative; TEN-T conference (Milan, October 2016) – organisation of the participatory dialogue.

Thursday 9 June

Study Group on eGovernment Action Plan 2016 – 2020
Discussion of the working document on the Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions: eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 Accelerating the digital transformation of government.

Study Group on Immigration and Integration (IMI)
Impressions from the 2nd meeting of the European Migration Forum held on 6-7 April, by the Forum Bureau members; Presentation of the Action Plan on Integration of Third-Country Nationals by Laura Corrado, Head of Unit for Legal Migration and Integration of the DG Home Affairs of the European Commission [adoption of the Action Plan expected on 7 June]; Debate with civil society organisations: follow-up to the 2nd meeting of the European Migration Forum, co-operation with civil society organisations in the field of integration of third-country nationals.

Study Group on Aviation package II
Discussion of the Preliminary Draft Opinion on Aviation package II, made up of the following two documents: Proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on Common rules in the field of civil aviation and establishing a European Union Aviation Safety Agency, and repealing Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council and Report from the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council – The European Aviation Safety Programme.

Study Group on An EU strategy for liquefied natural gas and gas storage
Discussion of the working document on the Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions on an EU strategy for liquefied natural gas and gas storage.

Study Group on the European Cloud Initiative
Discussion of the working document on the Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions: European Cloud Initiative – Building a competitive data and knowledge economy in Europe.

Friday 10 June

Study Group on Integration of refugees in the EU
Discussion of the working document drawn up by the rapporteur, Mr Pîrvulescu.

Study Group on ICT Standardisation for Digital Single Market
Discussion of the Working Document on Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions – ICT Standardisation Priorities for the Digital Single Market.

More information about EESC events can be found here.
The agendas of the different EESC meetings can be found here.

 

Committee of the Regions

Tuesday 7 June

Sustainable societies: Health and social investment in the EU
Sustainable societies do better. How can Member States and regions innovate and legislate for comprehensive efforts to ensure the wellbeing of future generations? We will join our forces to discuss the current UN tools, such as the Sustainable Development Goals, and EU initiatives, like the potential European Pillar of Social Rights, and how they will be able to achieve real change. High-level speakers from WHO, the European Commission and EU Member States will share their views.

More information about Committee of the Regions events can be found here
The agendas of the different Committee of the Regions meetings can be found here.

 

Dutch Presidency

Monday 6 – Tuesday 7 June

Meeting of European archive organization
The biennial meeting of the European Archives Group (EAG) and the European Board of National Archivists (EBNA) will take place in the Netherlands this year, as part of the Dutch EU Presidency. The meeting will be chaired by the European Commission. The EAG meeting will discuss copyright, data protection and the use and reuse of data. Agreement will also be reached on common standards and shared portals for archive access. The future of archiving as a profession will be the focus of the EBNA meeting.

Mutual Information System on Social Protection (MISSOC)
The main goal of MISSOC is to make data and legislation on social security comparable between member states. The conference will focus on child poverty, and will include a panel discussion attended by the Dutch Children’s Ombudsman, representatives of the European Social Policy Network and the European Anti-Poverty Network, among others.

Wednesday 8 – Thursday 9 June

European Judicial Network in criminal law
At this twice-yearly meeting of the European Judicial Network in criminal matters (EJN) public prosecutors, judges and policymakers discuss best practice in legal assistance and European cooperation in criminal cases. The relationship between EJN and Eurojust is also on the agenda, with a particular focus on the results of the evaluation of the implementation of the Eurojust Decision.

Wednesday 8 – Friday 10 June

eHealth Week
The Netherlands has one of the highest rates of internet access in the EU, and is thus the ideal location for the European eHealth Community to meet in 2016. During eHealth Week 2016 the latest developments in eHealth in Europe will be discussed. A range of presentations, workshops, sessions and panel discussions featuring influential speakers will take place in the old Amsterdam stock exchange (Beurs van Berlage). The goal of eHealth Week 2016 is to bring the public and private sectors together to discuss how they can complement each other’s efforts and learn from each other. eHealth Week 2016 will be organised by the Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, the European Commission and HIMSS Europe. More than two thousand international experts on IT and health care and professionals from patient associations and public bodies are expected to attend.

Week of Innovative Regions in Europe VII (WIRE 2016)
The Week of Innovative Regions in Europe VII (WIRE 2016) of the European Commission (DG Research & Innovation), will be organised in the Brainport Eindhoven Region (NL) 8 to 10 June 2016, as a prime Dutch EU Presidency Conference. The speakers will address how to strengthen regional innovation ecosystems and will engage in a Panel Discussion: Wim van de Donk, King’s Commissioner, Province of North Brabant; Robert-Jan Smits, Director-General Research & Innovation, European Commission; Lambert Van Nistelrooij, Member of European Parliament, European People’s Party; Ad van Berlo, R&D Manager, Smart Homes.

Friday 10 June

The Synergy of Big Science
This working conference will examine how Big Science projects can bring the scientific community and the business world together to tackle societal challenges. The goal is to establish a link between large research infrastructures, especially ESFRI projects, and the Horizon 2020 targets for excellent science, industrial leadership and societal challenges. The conference will take a look at the new opportunities for Big Science presented by the unified European Research Area. Participants from the scientific community, public bodies and industry will discuss models for optimising the decision-making process so as to combine scientific excellence and industrial leadership as effectively as possible in order to tackle societal challenges.

Responsible Innovation. Societal challenges and solutions
The NWO-MVI research programme will organise a special EU presidency 2016 edition of its annual conference. Its themes tie in with the priorities of the Netherlands Presidency in the field of responsible research and innovation (RRI), and with the European Commission’s policy to promote RRI. The conference will allow participants to share experiences and best practices of the NWO-MVI programme. It will provide researchers, entrepreneurs, policy makers and representatives from NGO’s with concrete tools how to use responsible innovation as a source of innovative research, products and processes.

The agenda of the Dutch Presidency can be found here.

 

European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

Tuesday 7 June

FRA country visit to Slovakia to help prepare for EU Presidency
The FRA Director will visit Bratislava on 7 June to explore avenues of cooperation with the Slovak government during its upcoming presidency of the Council of the EU. He will meet the Minister of Justice, who will coordinate the human rights files in the preparatory bodies of the Council. In addition, the Director will offer the Agency’s support to senior officials in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Interior. He will also explore cooperation on Roma integration issues with the Slovak Roma National Contact Point. During the visit FRA associates from Slovakia will come together. These include: Management Board members, the National Liaison Officer, members of the Fundamental Rights Platform, the FRANET contractor and representatives of Slovakia’s National Human Rights Bodies.

Thursday 9 – Friday 10 June

Meeting of the Justice and Home Affairs Agencies’ Network
FRA will host – in its role as 2016 Chair – the second 2016 meeting of the network of EU Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) Agencies. Network representatives from agencies, the European Commission and the European External Action Service will come together to discuss joint action in the areas of freedom, security and justice. The network aims at supporting the delivery of cross-agency advice and support to EU institutions and Member States.

Information on upcoming FRA events can be found here. 

 

Council of Europe

Monday 6 – Tuesday 7 June

INGO Debate ‘Only a matter for politicians? Civil society, money and political activities’
In some countries, new laws and government decisions have blocked the ability of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to fully participate in public policy, often through restrictions on access to foreign funding. Human rights defenders have been harassed or arrested, and NGOs closed down. The Conference of INGOs if organising a dabate on 6 and 7 June in Room 5 of the Palais de l’Europe in Strasbourg, «Only a matter for politicians? Civil society, money and political activities» which looks at the challenges facing NGOs in a time when civil society space is shrinking. Participants will outline methods to prevent inappropriate restrictions on NGOs, which are essential contributors to political debate and to the development of new policies and laws. The conference will recommend ways to fight restrictive measures against NGOs, which some governments often justify for so-called political stability.

PACE President Pedro Agramunt, will carry out an official visit to Turkey. In Ankara, meetings are foreseen with Turkey’s President, Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, as well as the Speaker of the Grand National Assembly.

Tuesday 7 June
The European Court of Human Rights will notify in writing eight judgments concerning Georgia, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Turkey.

Council of Europe’s anti-racism commission (ECRI) will publish reports on Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Italy, Lithuania and “the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, as well as conclusions on the implementation of specific ECRI recommendations by Finland, the Republic of Moldova, the Netherlands, Portugal, San-Marino and the Russian Federation.

The Governance Committee of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities will discuss several reports, notably on corruption, open data, metropolitan governance and on gender budgeting, in order to finalise and present them at the Session of the Congress in October 2016.

Tuesday 7 – Wednesday 8 June

Constitutional Justice – Joint Council
Venice – the 15th meeting of the Joint Council on Constitutional Justice of the Venice Commission is organised for 7 June 2016, followed by a mini conference on the issue of “Migration” on 8 June 2016. The mini conference is an integral part of the annual meeting of the Joint Council on Constitutional Justice, which unites the liaison officers of the Constitutional Courts and Courts with equivalent jurisdiction of the Venice Commission’s member States and is open to the members of the Venice Commission.

Tuesday 7 – Thursday 9 June

Meeting of the Ministers’ Deputies on Human Rights: Supervision of execution of judgments of the European Court of Human Rights
In accordance with Article 46 of the Convention as amended by Protocol No. 11, the Committee of Ministers supervises the execution of judgments of the European Court of Human Rights. The Committee of Ministers’ essential function is to ensure that member states comply with the judgments and certain decisions of the European Court of Human Rights. The Committee completes each case by adopting a final resolution. In some cases, interim resolutions may prove appropriate. Both kinds of Resolutions are public.

Wednesday 8 – Thursday 9 June

Frank Schwabe and Zsolt Németh, PACE co-rapporteurs for post-monitoring dialogue with Bulgaria, will make a fact-finding visit to Sofia.

Thursday 9 June

The European Court of Human Rights will notify in writing 48 judgments and/or decisions concerning Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, the Republic of Moldova, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine.

Publication of ECRI’s conclusions on the implementation of priority recommendations in respect of Andorra, Croatia, Denmark, Sweden and Ukraine.

Friday 10 June

Plenary Session of the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe
Co-operation with the Committee of Ministers; Co-operation with the Parliamentary Assembly; Co-operation with the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe; Elections; Follow-up to earlier Venice Commission opinions: n amendments to the Act of 25 June 2015 on the Constitutional Tribunal of Poland; the draft Act to amend and supplement the Constitution (in the field of the Judiciary) of the Republic of Bulgaria, Joint opinion on amendments to the Election Code of Georgia as of 8 January 2016, Final Opinion on the Law on Government Cleansing (Lustration Law) of Ukraine as would result from the amendments submitted to the Verkhovna Rada on 21 April 2015, Joint Interim Opinion on the Draft Law amending the Law on Non-commercial Organisations and other Legislative Acts of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Discussion and adoption of Opinions on individual countries: the draft Amendments to the Law on the Police and other Laws of Poland; Amendments to the Constitutional Law on the Constitutional Court; draft opinion on the Law “on undesirable activities of foreign and international organisations” of the Russian; the draft opinion on the Law of Turkey on regulation of publications on the internet and combating crimes committed by means of such publication; the Legal Framework for curfews in Turkey; the draft electoral code of Armenia as of 18 April; draft opinion on the draft code on Judicial Ethics of Kazakhstan; draft amicus curiae brief for the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Moldova on the right to recourse action by the state against judges; the draft Amendments to the Electoral Code of the Republic of Moldova;  the draft law amendments to the Law on Minority Rights and Freedoms of Montenegro; the Amendments to the Law of Ukraine on election of people’s deputies regarding the exclusion of candidates from party lists; conclusions of the Conference on “Elections in Ukraine in the context of European democratic standards.”

Saturday 11 June

Plenary Session of the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe
Discussion and adoption of Opinions on individual countries: Amendments to the Organic Law on the Constitutional Court of Georgia and on the Law on Constitutional Legal Proceedings of Georgia; Co-operation with other countries; Information on constitutional developments in other countries: Algeria, Georgia, Italy and Turkey; Co-operation with the Inter-American Court of Human Rights; Report of the meeting of the Joint Council on Constitutional Justice; Report of the meeting of the Council for Democratic Elections (9 June 2016); Report of the meeting of the Scientific Council (9 June 2016).

Find an overview of Council of Europe events here.

Find an overview of Council of Europe events here; the PACE diary here; the Congress calendar of events here; Information on forthcoming judgments here; the calendar of hearings here; information on Venice Commission events here; and the Chairmanship agenda here.

 

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