CSCE CHRONICLE by Arie Bloed t Moscow Meeting of the Conference on the Human Dimension of they CSCE 1. 1. lnijroduaion The third and last meeting of the Conference on the Human Dimension (CHm) of the CSCE which took place in Moscow from 10 September to 4 October 1991 has resulted in the adoption of a substantive concluding document. In the Moscow Document a number of new agreements have been laid down, whereas all commitments which had been entered into at previous csCE meetings were reconfirmed. The major achievement of the Moscow Meeting undoubtedly concerns the further development of the supervisory mechanism of the human dimension of the CSCE. This mechanism has been further extended and strengthened, in particular by providing for the involvement of independent experts as members of missions of rapporteurs. The most striking progress in this heid concerm the possibility of mandatory involvement of experts as members of a missica in cases of particularly serious violations of human rights in a csCE State. Another major achievement concerns a detailed clause concerning the existed ce of a state of emergency and the measures taken thereunder. ! .2..ytarrdurd aetrirrg In general, it may be stated that the
Helsinki Monitor (in 2008 continued as Security and Human Rights) – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1991
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