892nd meeting – 8 July 2004

    Item 3.1

    3rd Part of the 2004 Session
    (Strasbourg, 21-25 June 2004)
    Texts adopted

    (CM/Del/Dec(2004)890/3.1, 2004 Session (Provisional compendium of texts adopted))

    Decisions

    The Deputies

    1. concerning Recommendation 1662 (2004): Honouring of obligations and commitments by Turkey

    a. decided to bring it to the attention of their governments;

    b. invited their Chairman to prepare a draft reply for adoption at their 894th meeting (9 September 2004);

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    2. concerning Recommendation 1663 (2004): Domestic slavery: servitude, au pairs and mail-order brides

    a. decided to bring it to the attention of their governments;

    b. decided to communicate it to the Ad hoc Committee on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (CAHTEH), to the Steering Committee for Equality between Women and Men (CDEG), to the European Committee for Social Cohesion (CDCS), to the European Committee on Crime Problems (CDPC), the European Committee on Migration (CDMG) and the European Steering Committee for Youth (CDEJ) for information and possible comments;

    c. decided to communicate it to the European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR) for information;

    d. invited their Rapporteur on Equality between Women and Men (RAP-EG) to prepare a draft reply for adoption at one of their forthcoming meetings;

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    3. concerning Recommendation 1664 (2004): Honouring of obligations and commitments by Bosnia and Herzegovina

    a. decided to bring it to the attention of their governments;

    b. decided to communicate it to the Council of Europe Development Bank for information;

    c. decided to communicate it to the Steering Committee for Education (CD-ED) for information;

    d. invited their Rapporteur Group for Democratic Stability (GR-EDS) to prepare a draft reply for adoption at one of their forthcoming meetings;

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    4. concerning Recommendation 1665 (2004): Conflict prevention and resolution: the role of women

    a. decided to bring it to the attention of their governments;

    b. decided to communicate it to the Steering Committee for Equality between Women and Men (CDEG) for information and possible comments;

    c. decided to communicate it to the Steering Committee for Culture (CDCULT) for information and possible comments by 15 September 2004;

    d. decided to communicate it to the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe for information;

    e. invited their Rapporteur on Equality between Women and Men (RAP-EG) to prepare a draft reply for adoption at one of their forthcoming meetings;

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    5. concerning Recommendation 1666 (2004): Europe-wide ban on corporal punishment of children

    a. decided to bring it to the attention of their governments;

    b. decided to communicate it to the Steering Committee for Human Rights (CDDH) and to the European Committee for Social Cohesion (CDCS) and relevant sub-committees for information and possible comments by 30 November 2004;

    c. decided to communicate it to the European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR) for information and possible comments by 30 November 2004;

    d. decided to communicate it to the Steering Committee for Education (CD-ED) for information and possible comments by 25 October 2004;

    e. invited their Rapporteur Group on Human Rights (GR-H) to prepare a draft reply for adoption at one of their forthcoming meetings;

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    6. concerning Recommendation 1667 (2004): Situation of refugees and displaced persons in the Russian Federation and some other CIS countries

    a. decided to bring it to the attention of their governments;

    b. decided to communicate it to the Council of Europe Development Bank for information and possible comments by 15 December 2004 ;

    c. decided to communicate it to the Ad hoc Committee of Experts on Legal Aspects of Territorial Asylum, Refugees and Stateless Persons (CAHAR) and the European Committee on Migration (CDMG) for information and possible comments;

    d. decided to communicate it to the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe for information;

    e. invited their Rapporteur Group on Legal Co-operation (GR-J) to prepare a draft reply for adoption at one of their forthcoming meetings;

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    7. concerning Recommendation 1668 (2004): Management of water resources in Europe

    a. decided to bring it to the attention of their governments;

    b. decided to communicate it to the Committee for the Activities of the Council of Europe in the field of biological and landscape diversity (CO-DBP), to the Committee of Senior Officials of the European Conference of Ministers responsible for Regional Planning (CEMAT) and to the Committee of Permanent Correspondents of the Major Hazards Partial Agreement for information and possible comments by 10 November 2004;

    c. invited their Rapporteur Group on Education, Culture, Sport, Youth and Environment (GR-C) to prepare a draft reply for adoption at one of their forthcoming meetings;

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    8. concerning Recommendation 1669 (2004): Transboundary water basins in Europe

    a. decided to bring it to the attention of their governments;

    b. decided to communicate it to the Committee of Senior Officials of the European Conference of Ministers responsible for Regional Planning (CEMAT) for information and possible comments by 10 November 2004;

    c. decided to communicate it to the Council of Europe Development Bank for information and possible comments by 15 December 2004;

    d. decided to communicate it to the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe for information;

    e. invited their Rapporteur Group on Education, Culture, Sport, Youth and Environment (GR-C) to prepare a draft reply for adoption at one of their forthcoming meetings;

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    9. took note of the following Resolutions:

    Resolution 1378 (2004) The euro and the Greater Europe

    Resolution 1379 (2004) Composition of the Bureau of the Assembly

    Resolution 1380 (2004) Honouring of obligations and commitments by Turkey

    Resolution 1381 (2004) Implementation of decisions of the European Court of Human Rights by Turkey

    Resolution 1382 (2004) Contribution of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to economic development in central and eastern Europe

    Resolution 1383 (2004) Honouring of obligations and commitments by Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Resolution 1384 (2004) Strengthening of democratic institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Resolution 1385 (2004) Conflict prevention and resolution: the role of women

    Resolution 1386 (2004) The Council of Europe's contribution to the settlement of the situation in Iraq

    Resolution 1387 (2004) Monopolisation of the electronic media and possible abuse of power in Italy

    Resolution 1388 (2004) The Italian Law on legitimate suspicion

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    10. adopted the following reply to the texts adopted by the Parliamentary Assembly at the 3rd part of the 2004 Session (21-25 June 2004):

    “The Committee of Ministers took note of Recommendations 1662 to 1669 and Resolutions 1378 to 1388 adopted by the Parliamentary Assembly at its 3rd part of the 2004 Session (21-25 June 2004).

    The Committee of Ministers brought Recommendations 1662 to 1669 (2004) to the attention of the governments of member states and entrusted them to the competent organs and/or Committees of Experts for information, comments or opinion and/or to Rapporteur Groups, with a view to preparing draft replies. It will continue examining these texts with a view to the early adoption of replies.”



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