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April 21, 2021

Titus Corlatean, elected PACE vice-speaker for 2018

Senator Titus Corlatean, chairman of the Delegation of Romania’s Parliament to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) has been elected vice-speaker of PACE for 2018, a mandate he will exercise for the second consecutive year.

His election took place during the first part of the PACE’s ordinary session, which is taking place in Strasbourg January 22-26.

According to a Senate’s release issued on Tuesday, Corlatean has also been designated rapporteur of the Parliamentary Assembly, on behalf of the PACE’s Political Affairs and Democracy Committee for the emergency debate on the Middle East Peace Process – Israel-Palestine: the contribution of the Council of Europe.

The debate is scheduled to take place on Thursday, January 25. In this debate, Senator Titus Corlatean is to present a report and a draft resolution on this issue will be submitted in the Assembly for approval.

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