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Gülelen and a secret extradition of five teachers from Moldova to Turkey because of alleged ties with the movement. Violation of the ECHR.

JUDGMENT  Ozdil and others v. The Republic of Moldova 11.06.2019 (no. 42305/18) see here  SUMMARY  Extradition of  five Turkish professors who were wanted by the Turkish authorities for alleged ties to the Fethullah Gülen movement. The Court found in particular that the arrest of the applicants and the speed of their extradition from Moldova to Turkey […]

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The refusal to appoint a teacher who was successful in a competition because of personal life issues and not because of professional incompetence, violated his right to privacy.

JUDGMENT Yilmaz v. Turkey 04.06.2019 ( no. 36607/06) see here  SUMMARY Unjustified interference with personal life. Refusal to appoint a teacher. The applicant, who came second to a teaching post abroad, was not appointed because of his personal life revealed by security investigation, in particular because he practiced  gender segregation and his wife’s dress code (veil).  […]

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The fabricated robbery and the non-appointment of a lawyer in the police investigation. The Court was not persuaded of the existance of a ECHR violation.

JUDGMENT Farrugia v. Malta 04.06.2019 (no. 63041/13) see here SUMMARY  Fabricated robbery. Police Prosecution without the presence of a lawyer. Following a robbery in his professional area, the applicant was questioned by the police, who suspected that the crime was based, in particular, on the allegations of one of his employees, namely that the applicant had […]

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The reasoned rejection of a request of a prisoner convicted of terrorist acts for his transfer to a prison close to his family did not violate the right to respect for his family life

JUDGMENT  Fraile Iturralde v. Spain 28.05.2019 (no. 66498/17) see here SUMMARY A prisoner convicted as a member of a terrorist organization for involvement in a terrorist act has asked to be transferred to a prison closer to his family. Refusal by the national authorities to carry it out. The Court found that the reasons for […]

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The continuing case-law differentiation between the Chambers and the plenary session of the Council of State on the same subject violates the principle of legal certainty and fair trial

JUDGMENT  Sine Tsaggarakis A.E.E. v. Greece 23-05-19 (no. 17257/13) see here SUMMARY The case concerned divergences between the case-law of the Fourth and Fifth Sections of the Greek Supreme Administrative Court and also between the plenary Supreme Administrative Court and its Fourth Section. The proceedings concerned an application for judicial review brought by the applicant […]

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Restriction on right of access to a lawyer during police interviews did not breach the right to a fair trial

JUDGMENT  Doyle v. Ireland 23.05.2019 (no. 51979/17) see here SUMMARY Access to a lawyer during police questioning. The applicant’s complaint that the right of access to a lawyer was confined during his examination by the police regarding intentional homicide. Although the applicant could consult his lawyer before and after the questioning, police practice at that […]

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Report by the parliamentary commission regarding the President of the National Broadcasting Corporation. The opinion expressed does not amount to a criminal conviction and neither the presumption of innocence nor his private life were violated

JUDGMENT Kwiatkowski v. Poland 16.05.2019 (no. 58996/11)  see here SUMMARY Publication of a report by the Polish Parliament on allegations of corruption in the amendment of the Broadcasting Act. The applicant’s complaint that the report hurt his reputation and constituted a criminal conviction without himself having access to an effective remedy. The Court found that […]

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The deprivation of the applicant’s right to attend a hearing has violated his right to equality of arms and the right to be heard

JUDGMENT Prebil v. Slovenia 19.03.2019 (no. 29278/16) see here SUMMARY Deprivation of of membership of a company member by the Board of Directors and dismissal  without notice and in absentia. Ratification of a judgment by national courts. Refusal of the Courts for the applicant’s participation in the hearing. The European Court of Human Rights held that the […]

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First decision of the Court against Northern Macedonia with the state’s new name. Judge and change of nationality

JUDGMENT Τasev v. North Macedonia 16.05.2019 (no. 9825/13) see here SUMMARY Change of ethnicity. Denial to a judge on his request to change his ethnicity. Removal from the list of candidates for the State Judicial Council (SJC). The Court considered in particular that the interpretation of the domestic law by the national authorities was not […]

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Rejection of the appeal due to failure to file a second copy of the appeal does not infringe the fair trial since the party was repeatedly informed of this obligation

JUDGMENT  Kunert v. Poland 04.04.2019 (no. 8981/14) see here SUMMARY  Access to court. Dismissal of the applicant’s appeal for failure to file a second copy with the Registry of the Court. According to the European Court of Human Rights, the disputed claim does not appear to be a disproportionate obstacle to the very substance of […]

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