The monitoring Committee of the PACE supported the deprivation of Russia's voting rights in the Assembly

The monitoring Committee of the PACE supported the deprivation of Russia's voting rights in the AssemblyThe monitoring Committee of the parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) supported the amendment, depriving the Russian Federation the right to vote and the right to be represented in the governing bodies of the Assembly, said the member of the monitoring Committee, the Deputy head of the delegation of Russia Leonid Slutsky."The amendment that the Russian delegation again deprived of the right to vote and be represented in the governing bodies, was with one voice: 35 vs. 34," said Slutsky reporters after a meeting of the monitoring Committee, according to RIA Novosti.Earlier on Wednesday, the head of the Russian delegation in the Assembly Alexei Pushkov said that if the Russian delegation will be deprived of the right to vote in PACE, it will leave Strasbourg.Before Pushkov said that the Commission of the parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) monitoring supported the return of the voting rights of the Russian delegation to the Assembly.Despite the attempts of a group of delegates led by Britain to limit Russia's rights, Rapporteur on the authority of Russia in PACE, the head of the Commission on monitoring Stefan Shan, the MP from Austria, called for the return of the Russian delegation's voting rights, but with some limitations.On Monday, representatives of Russia prevented the meeting of the authorized body of the PACE Bureau.



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