MINELRES: OSCE ODIHR Legislationline Newsletter - August 2004

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Warsaw, 17 September 2004
 
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)
Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR)
Legislative Support Unit
Legislative Database (Legislationline.org)
Al. Ujazdowskie 19,
00-557 Warsaw
legislationline@odihr.pl 
www.legislationline.org 
 
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Dear Subscribers,
 
Please find enclosed Legislationline newsletter for August 2004. 
Newsletters contain detailed accounts of all data and news items posted
in the course of August 2004. 
 
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16 September 2004

OSCE ODIHR
LEGISLATIONLINE
Legislative Support Unit

NEWSLETTER
August 2004

INDEX

Introduction

I. LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS IN THE OSCE REGION

[chronologically]

II. PIECES OF LEGISLATION AND OTHER ACTS POSTED ON LEGISLATIONLINE

1. Non-Governmental Organizations
2. Citizenship
3. Terrorism
4. Elections
5. Gender
6. Fair Trial (Right to a)
7. Independence of the Judiciary 
8. Migration
9. Death Penalty
10. Police
11. Prison Service
12. Roma and Sinti 
13. Trafficking in Human Beings 
14. Property Rights and Restitution 
15. Freedom of Assembly