Szekler National Council

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  • Székelyföldért megmozgatjuk Európát - Polgári kezdeményezés a nemzeti régiókért
  • Székelyföldért megmozgatjuk Európát - Polgári kezdeményezés a nemzeti régiókért

(fourth monitoring cycle)

Adopted on 19 March 2014

The Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of Europe:

1. Considering the European Charter of Local Self-Government and the European Convention on Human Rights;

1. The Parliamentary Assembly observes that a number of territorial entities in Council of Europe member states are aspiring to be recognised as independent states.
2. It notes that the criteria for statehood remain a contentious issue in contemporary international law.

Resolution CM/ResCMN(2013)7

on the implementation of the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities by Romania

(Adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 18 December 2013

at the 1187bis meeting of the Ministers’ Deputies)

The opinion can be found here in all official languages of the EU.

MCL16(2009)11 03 November 2009

Introduction

Strasbourg, 11 March 1996

Introduction

Recommendation Rec(2004)12
of the Committee of Ministers to member states
on the processes of reform of boundaries and/or structure of local and regional authorities

Ms President, members of the Congress,
First of all, I would like to thank the Chamber of Regions for inviting me to take part in this important debate on the process of decentralisation in Ukraine.

1. The resurgence of tensions in Europe, which vary in intensity and are frequently the product of unresolved conflicts within states, remains a cause of concern to the Parliamentary Assembly. Today, indeed, most political crises in Europe occur within states.

Adopted by General Assembly resolution 47/135 of 18 December 1992

The General Assembly,

(The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe)

1. In 2003, the Parliamentary Assembly debated the question of preferential treatment of national minorities by the kin-state in the light of the Hungarian law of 19 June 2001 concerning Hungarians living in neighbouring countries (“Magyars”). In Resolution 1335 (2003), the Assembly noted in connection with the Hungarian law, which defined the concept of “nation” in its preamble, that to date there was “no common European legal definition of the concept of ‘nation’”.

Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the European Council

 

The Congress,

Taking into account:

Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the European Council

Recommendation 43 (1998)1 on territorial autonomy and national minorities
The Congress,

on the protection of national minorities and languages within the framework of the European Union

- Summary -

1. The Parliamentary Assembly stresses the importance of the protection of persons belonging to national minorities as an integral part of the international protection of human rights in order to ensure equality, justice, stability, democratic security and peace in Europe.

1. The Parliamentary Assembly stresses the fundamental importance of the protection of persons belonging to national minorities, as an integral part of the international protection of human rights, for equality, justice, stability, democratic security and peace in Europe.

Origin - Assembly debate on 8 April 2014 (13th Sitting) (see Doc. 13445, report of the Committee on Equality and Non-Discrimination, rapporteur: Mr Ferenc Kalmár). Text adopted by the Assembly on 8 April 2014 (13th Sitting).

Assembly debate on 8 April 2014 (13th Sitting) (see Doc. 13445, report of the Committee on Equality and Non-Discrimination, rapporteur: Mr Ferenc Kalmár). Text adopted by the Assembly on 8 April 2014 (13th Sitting). See also Recommendation 2040 (2014).

United Nations A/HRC/13/25
General Assembly

Human Rights Council
Thirteenth session

GE.10-17814
Human Rights Council
Sixteenth session
Agenda item 3

A/RES/47/135
92nd plenary meeting
18 December 1992

Council of Europe

Chamber of Regions

25th SESSION

29-31 October 2013

CPR(25)2PROV
4 October 2013

The Information Required for Registering the Proposed Citizens' Initiative

Recommendation 1811 (2007)1

Regionalisation in Europe

Parliamentary Assembly

RECOMMENDATION 1201 (1993)[1]

on an additional protocol on the rights of national minorities to the European Convention on Human Rights

Our symbols

Autonomy

Referendum

SzNT cimerSzekler National Council
Sfântu Gheorghe, Konsza Samu street 21.
Covasna County – Romania
Telefon (+40) 0267 318 180
Email: szntiroda@gmail.com

The Bank Account Number of Szekler National Council
Siculitas Asociation

OTP BANK – Târgu Mureş/Marosvásárhely
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