New Anti-Corruption Protests Brought Together Divided Moldovans against the Newly-Formed Government

New Anti-Corruption Protests Brought Together Divided Moldovans against the Newly-Formed Government

Protests in Moldovan capital of Chisinau continued over the weekend as thousands of people went to streets demanding the resignation of the newly-formed government and calling for early elections. The new government was approved on 20 of January 2016 by the parliamentary majority willing to avoid early elections that could bring a defeat to the

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IPHR and OSEPI Roundtable and Report Presentation on Human Rights Defenders in Azerbaijan

International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) together with the Open Society European Policy Institute (OSEPI) co-organized on 19 January 2016 the expert discussion Justice Behind Bars: The Persecution of Civil Society in Azerbaijan that featured the presentation of the new report with the same title, published by IPHR in December 2015. The report portrays the abuse of the criminal justice

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EU-Ukraine DCFTA Comes into Effect with the Start of the New Year

On 1 January 2016 starts being applied the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) between the EU and Ukraine, which is part of the larger Association Agreement (AA) signed in June 2014. The political and cooperation association chapters and general provisions of the AA are already operational provisionally since November 2014 while the entire EU-Ukraine

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