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Judging by the Copenhagen-related documents that regulated the preparation of the 5 th enlargement of the European Union, the role played by the Council of Europe in the pre-accession was only minimal. This paper poses a question whether it would be benefi cial to continue regulating enlargements along the same line. Alternatively to the presently adopted practice, the Council of Europe, which has its own effective system of human rights protection monitoring, might be invited to play a moredoi:10.3935/cyelp.02.2006.22 fatcat:tandsbknivhodb4rxdangw5dou