STRASBOURG, France (September 29,2008) - The Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) will convene tomorrow and discuss a report about Bosnia, along with a resolution calling for stronger state-level institutions and constitutional reform, so that Bosnia would be able to meet all conditions ahead of her on the path to the EU membership.
The report written by Finn Kimmo Sassi and Turk Mevlut Cavusoglu has already been adopted unanimously by the Monitoring Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe earlier this month.
Political representatives of the Serbians living in Bosnia have announced their motion to amend the resolutions, and a plan to lobby for support from Russia, the genocidal Serbia and the "Eastern block".
The Council of Europe is the oldest international organisation working towards European integration, being founded in 1949. It has a particular emphasis on legal standards, human rights, democratic development, the rule of law and cultural co-operation. It has 47 member states with some 800 million citizens.