1176th meeting – 10 July 2013

Item 3.1

Parliamentary Assembly –

3rd part of the 2013 Session (Strasbourg, 24-28 June 2013) –

Texts adopted

(2013 Session (Provisional Compendium of texts adopted))

Decisions

The Deputies

1. took note of Opinion No. 285 (2013) on “Draft Protocol No. 16 to the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms” and agreed to communicate it to the Steering Committee for Human Rights (CDDH) for information;

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2. concerning Recommendation 2019 (2013) “Corruption as a threat to the rule of law”

    a. agreed to communicate it to the Enlarged Agreement on the “Group of States against Corruption” (GRECO), for information and possible comments by 31 October 2013;

    b. in the light of possible comments, 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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3. concerning Recommendation 2020 (2013) “Equal access to health care”

    a. agreed to communicate it to the European Committee on Social Rights (ECSR), the Governmental Committee of the European Social Charter and of the European Code of Social Security, the Consumer Health Protection Committee (Partial Agreement) (CD-P-SC) and the European Committee for Social Cohesion (CDCS), for information and possible comments by 31 October 2013;

    b. in the light of possible comments, invited their Rapporteur Group on Social and Health Questions (GR-SOC) to prepare a draft reply for adoption at one of their forthcoming meetings;

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4. concerning Recommendation 2021 (2013) “Tackling discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity”

    a. agreed to communicate it to the Steering Committee for Human Rights (CDDH), for information and possible comments by 31 October 2013;

    b. in the light of possible comments, 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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5. concerning Recommendation 2022 (2013) “Post-monitoring dialogue with “the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia””

    a. invited their Rapporteur Group on Democracy (GR-DEM) to prepare a draft reply for adoption at one of their forthcoming meetings;

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6. took note of the following resolutions:

Resolution 1940 (2013) – “The situation in the Middle East”

Resolution 1941 (2013) – “Request for the opening of a monitoring procedure in respect of Hungary”

Resolution 1942 (2013) – “Evaluation of the partnership for democracy in respect of the Parliament of Morocco”

Resolution 1943 (2013) – “Corruption as a threat to the rule of law”

Resolution 1944 (2013) – “Challenge on procedural grounds of the still unratified credentials of the parliamentary delegation of Iceland”

Resolution 1945 (2013) – “Putting an end to coerced sterilisations and castrations”

Resolution 1946 (2013) – “Equal access to health care”

Resolution 1947 (2013) – “Popular protest and challenges to freedom of assembly, media and speech”

Resolution 1948 (2013) – “Tackling discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity”

Resolution 1949 (2013) – “Post-monitoring dialogue with “the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia””

Resolution 1950 (2013) – “Keeping political and criminal responsibility separate”

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7. adopted the following reply to the texts adopted by the Parliamentary Assembly at the 3rd part of the 2013 Session (Strasbourg, 24-28 June 2013):

“The Committee of Ministers has taken note of Opinion No. 285 (2013), of Recommendations 2019 (2013) to 2022 (2013) and of Resolutions 1940 (2013) to 1950 (2013) adopted by the Parliamentary Assembly at the 3rd part of the 2013 Session (Strasbourg, 24-28 June 2013).

The Committee of Ministers has entrusted Recommendations 2019 (2013) to 2022 (2013) to the competent bodies and/or committees of experts for information or comments and to its relevant Rapporteur Groups with a view to preparing draft replies for adoption at an early date, as appropriate.”



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