Council of Europe.- Committee of Ministers.- Resolution ResChS(2001)5  on the implementation of the European Social Charter

COUNCIL OF EUROPE
COMMITTEE OF MINISTERS

 

 

Addendum to Resolution ResChS(2001)5
on the implementation of the European Social Charter during the period 1997-1998 (15th supervision cycle – part I)

(Adopted by the Committee of Ministers
on 5 September 2001
at the 762nd meeting of the Ministers' Deputies)

 

The Committee of Ministers,[1]

Referring to the European Social Charter, in particular to the provisions of Part V thereof;

Having regard to Article 29 of the Charter;

Having regard to Resolution ResChS(2001)5 on the implementation of the European Social Charter during the period 1997-1998 (fifteenth supervision cycle – part I) adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 7 February 2001;

Considering the report on the European Social Charter submitted by the Government of Germany (period of reference 1997-1998);

Considering the Addendum to Conclusions XV-1 (Germany) of the European Committee of Social Rights appointed under Article 25 of the Charter and the Addendum to the 15th report (I) of the Governmental Committee appointed under Article 27 of the Charter;

Decides to add in the paragraph “Renews the following recommendations which have not yet been implemented” the following:

"– in respect of Germany: Article 19 para. 6 (family reunion)[2]".

 



[1] At the 492nd meeting of Ministers' Deputies in April 1993, the Deputies agreed unanimously to the introduction of the rule whereby only representatives of those states which have ratified the Charter vote in the Committee of Ministers when the latter acts as a control organ of the application of the Charter. The states having ratified the Charter or the Revised Charter are Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey and the United Kingdom.

 

[2] Recommendation No. R ChS(94)3 of 8 April 1994 and Resolution No. Res ChS(99)2 of 4 March 1999.



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