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25-01-2012

ECMI congratulates Nils Muižnieks on election as new Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights

Congratulations from ECMI to Nils Muižnieks (Latvia), a member of the viagra canada generic ECMI Advisory Council. Nils Muižnieks was elected yesterday as third Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights by the viagra no rx Organisation’s Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) at its plenary session in Strasbourg. Mr Muižnieks was elected for a non-renewable term of six years starting on 1 April 2012.From November 2002 to December 2004, Mr Muižnieks held the find cialis online post of Special Assignments Minister for Social Integration Affairs in the cheap cialis in usa Latvian Government. Since 2005 he has been the buy cialis member for Latvia of the European Commission against Racism and get viagra fast Intolerance (ECRI) and became its Chairman in January 2010. He is currently Director of the Advanced Social and viagra generic canada Political Research Institute (ASPRI) at the viagra sales in canada Faculty of Social Sciences in Riga. The Office of the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights is an independent, non-judicial institution within the Council of Europe; its function is to foster greater awareness of human rights, support national human rights institutions, identify shortcomings in law and us pharmacy viagra practice concerning human rights and how to get cialis no prescription promote full enjoyment of human rights in all forty-seven member states of the Council of Europe. The Commissioner makes regular visits to the member states to engage in dialogue with governments and levitra vs viagra civil society and how to get cialis no prescription draw up reports on issues falling within his mandate.

The official Council of Europe press release can be found here.

The Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights page can be found here.

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