“It is vital we improve the protection of whistle-blowers both during and after the coronavirus crisis,” says PACE rapporteur Sylvain Waserman

“It is a fact of society that there will always be whistle-blowers. Times of crisis show that we need them to safeguard our fundamental rights such as freedom of expression and information, but we also need them to enable us to prepare for and manage such situations more effectively,” said Sylvain Waserman (France, ALDE), rapporteur of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) on improving the protection of whistle-blowers throughout Europe. In October 2019, the Assembly backed Sylvain Waserman’s 13 proposals on how to improve the situation in member States. PACE News


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