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Venice Commission: Federal Election Act in germany “largely in conformity” with international standards

The recently passed Federal Election Act in Germany, which fixes the number of lawmakers in the Low Chamber of Parliament (Bundestag) to 630 (down from...

Montenegro: parliamentary elections pluralistic and well-run but legal reform still needed

Montenegro’s early parliamentary elections were competitive and voters were offered a wide range of choices, but the process was weakened by legislative shortcomings as...

“All Roma face multiple and multi-layered exclusion,” says ODIHR Director Matteo Mecacci

Greater efforts are needed at all levels to combat the intersecting and overlapping discrimination suffered by Roma and Sinti women, compounded by long-standing social...

Montenegro: Presidential runoff well run despite harsh rhetoric, international observers say

The second round of Montenegro’s presidential election was competitive and as in the first round candidates were able to campaign freely with fundamental freedoms...

Montenegro: Non inclusive process and legal shortcomings negatively affected presidential election

Montenegro’s presidential election was competitive, with candidates able to campaign freely and fundamental freedoms for all citizens respected, but the candidate registration was not...

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India enraged by new EU tax on carbon emissions

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False claims about Nigeria-EU pact fuels LGBT controversy

Widespread misinformation about an EU partnership pact has generated...

A large democratic majority reelects Ursula von der Leyen as Commission President

On 18 July, Ursula Von der Leyen was reelected...

How an AI institute is designed really matters, science advisors say

On 15 April 2024, Chief Scientific Advisors to the...

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