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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...

Belarus: Court verdicts against human rights defenders alarmed OSCE

Following verdicts against a number of human rights defenders in Belarus in a trial held behind closed doors, the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions...

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UK and EU to jointly tackle illegal immigration

The UK and its former EU partners have agreed...

The Netherlands concludes ten-year security agreement with Ukraine

The Netherlands and Ukraine are to sign a security...

Latvian FM Krišjānis Kariņš underlines the need to strengthen cooperation between Latvia and India

On 22 February 2024, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Krišjānis Kariņš, during the third day of his...

Dutch PM Rutte leads race for NATO top job

Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte emerged as the frontrunner...

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