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The latest news, press statements, readouts and media advisories from the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly.
ANA-MPA 1 December 2010 Astana-Kazakhstan (ANA-MPA/G. Milionis) -- A Summit meeting of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) opened at the Palace of Independence in the Kazakh capital Astana on Wednesday morning, with Greece represented by prime minister George Papandreou and foreign minister Dimitris Droutsas. Papandreou on Wednesday held a series of bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the 2-day OSCE summit, the

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President Petros Efthymiou meeting the President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev (OSCE/Vladimir Trofimchuk) ASTANA, 1 December 2010 – OSCE PA President Petros Efthymiou called today for strengthening transparency and accountability in the OSCE in an address at the start of the OSCE Astana Summit. The OSCE is facing an “identity crisis,” said the President, but the roots of the crisis can be identified. He cited a lack of mutual trust that

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ASTANA, 30 November 2010 — On the eve of the seventh OSCE Summit in Kazakhstan, eleven years after the last OSCE Summit in Istanbul, the Bureau of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly met today in Astana. After this meeting with the senior leadership of the Assembly, I would like to welcome once again, on behalf of the OSCE PA, that the 2010 OSCE Chairmanship of Kazakhstan brought new dynamics and confidence to the Organization. Kazakhstan’s

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Tonino Picula, together with Indrek Saar from the Council of Europe, delivers the post-election statement in Chisinau. CHISINAU, 29 November 2010 – Yesterday’s early parliamentary elections in Moldova met most OSCE and Council of Europe commitments, the international observers concluded in a statement issued today. The observers noted that the elections were administered in a transparent and impartial manner and a diverse field of candidates

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Wolfgang Grossruck at a polling station in Baku on 7 November. BAKU, 8 November 2010 – Yesterday's parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan were characterized by a peaceful atmosphere and all opposition parties participated in the political process, but the conduct of these elections overall was not sufficient to constitute meaningful progress in the democratic development of the country, international observers said in a statement issued today.

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THE FINANCIAL 8 November 2010 Yesterday's parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan were characterized by a peaceful atmosphere and all opposition parties participated in the political process, but the conduct of these elections overall was not sufficient to constitute meaningful progress in the democratic development of the country, international observers said in a statement issued on November 8. "The observers noted that the Central Election

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