Article 13

Decision by the Supreme Court on the basis of new data that appeared for the first time without hearing the parties. Violation of a fair trial

JUDGMENT Covalenco v. the Republic  of Moldova  16.06.2020 (no. 72164/14) see here   SUMMARY Right to be heard by parties, litigation, procedural responsibilities of the Supreme Court. The plaintiff had filed a lawsuit against the insurance company for the complete destruction of his car in a car accident involving his wife. The lawsuit was settled out […]

read more

Arbitrary blocking of websites. A blatant violation of the freedom of expression

JUDGMENT Vladimir Kharitonov (no. 10795/14), OOO Flavus and others (no. 12468/15, 23489/15 and 19074/16), Bulgakov (no. 20159/15) and Engels v. Russia 23.06.2020 (no.61919/16). see here   SUMMARY Internet and freedom of expression. Arbitrarily blocking of websites. The cases concerned different types of blocking measures, including “collateral” blocking (where the IP address that was blocked was shared […]

read more

Necessity to exhaust internal remedies. States cannot be prosecuted in international courts for acts they did not have the opportunity to resolve in their own judicial systems

JUDGMENT Kaman v, Turkey  04.06.2020 (no. 29798/18) see here SUMMARY The case concerns the applicant’s custody on remand from 29 December 2017 until 25 October 2019, in the aftermath of the attempted coup d’état in July 2016. The Court reiterated that the rule on the exhaustion of domestic remedies was an indispensable part of the […]

read more

Suspension of of journalist’s parliamentary credentials violates the freedom of expression

JUDGMENT Mándli and others v. Hungary 26.05.2020 (no. 63164/16) see here SUMMARY The case concerned the suspension of the applicants’ Parliament accreditation as journalists. The Court found in particular that the applicants, journalists working for various media outlets, had been reporting on a matter of public interest – alleged illicit payments linked to the National […]

read more

The right to obtain sufficient information about available legal remedies and the ECHR

Andraž Teršek, Associate Professor of Law, University of Primorska Slovenia, email: andraz.tersek@upr.si Jurij Toplak, Professor of Law, University of Maribor Slovenia, email: jurij.toplak@um.si   Introduction The right to an effective legal remedy and the right to access court, guaranteed by Articles 13 and 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights, require that the law […]

read more

The European Convention on Human Rights does not apply to visa applications submitted to embassies and consulates

JUDGMENT GRAND CHAMBER M.N. and others v. Belgium 05.05.2020 (no. 3599/18) see here SUMMARY The case concerned a couple of Syrian nationals and their two children, who were refused the shortterm visas that they had requested from the Belgian Embassy in Beirut with a view to applying for asylum in Belgium. The applicants claimed that […]

read more
δικηγόρος

The reasonable duration of the procedure is violated even if there is a contribution of the applicant to the delay, and the total duration is excessive

JUDGMENT Keaney v. Ireland 30.04.2020 (no. 72060/17) see here SUMMARY The case concerned a complaint about the length of civil proceedings following a failed business venture. It has also been chosen by the Court as a lead case in relation to the issue of effective domestic remedies in Ireland for complaints about excessive length of […]

read more

Individuals with links to terrorist organizations are protected by the ECHR when their lives are at risk of deportation.

JUDGMENT M.A. and others v. Bulgaria 20.02.2020 (no. 5115/18) see here   SUMMARY The applicants belong to a Uighur minority, Muslims of Chinese nationality, residing in China. In their country of origin, they faced persecution because of their political and religious beliefs. As a result, they entered Turkey through Bulgaria, where they applied for asylum. The […]

read more
φυλακές

Inadequate detention conditions are degrading treatment. ECtHR proposals to restrict temporary detention

JUDGMENT Sukachov v. Ukraine 30.01.2020 (no.  14057/17) see here  SUMMARY Detention conditions, inhumane and degrading treatment. Systemic problem and ECHR intervention. The applicant was arrested in 2012 on charges of involvement in terrorist acts, and has been provisionally detained in a Ukrainian detention facility until 2018, when he was convicted and sentenced to 12 years […]

read more

Disclosure of sensitive personal data on adoption violates privacy. The legislative vacuum for lawsuits against judges violated the right to an effective remedy.

JUDGMENT Χ.  and others v. Russia 14.01.2020 (no. 78042/16 και 66158/14) see here  SMMARY The first applicant, a victim of rape, complained of malfunctioning of the justice system, as the latter, in the process of investigating her case, disclosed her personal information in letters she sent to medical centers. The applicant applied for damages, but […]

read more
ECHRCaseLaw

Χρησιμοποιούμε cookies για να σας προσφέρουμε καλύτερη εμπειρία στο διαδίκτυο. Συμφωνώντας, αποδέχεστε τη χρήση των cookies σύμφωνα με την Πολιτική Cookies.

Privacy Settings saved!
Ρυθμίσεις Απορρήτου

Όταν επισκέπτεστε μία ιστοσελίδα, μπορεί να λάβει κάποιες βασικές πληροφορίες από τον browser σας, κατά βάση υπό τη μορφή cookies. Εδώ μπορείτε να ρυθμίσετε τη συγκατάθεσή σας σε όλα αυτά.

These cookies allow us to count visits and traffic sources, so we can measure and improve the performance of our site.

We track anonymized user information to improve our website.
  • _ga
  • _gid
  • _gat

Decline all Services
Accept all Services