Article 8


House warrant should not be general but should contain sufficient reasoning

JUDGMENT Modestou v. Greece 16-3-2017 (no. 51693/13) see here  SUMMARY  Home search. The applicant is a Cypriot businessman who lives in Athens. A prosecutor’s order under a preliminary investigation was conducted at home, without him being present, during which computers and documents were seized. The prosecutor then instituted proceedings against a number of individuals, including the […]

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The detained prisoner can not be deprived of contacts with his relatives nor ftom practicing his religious worship.

DECISION Moroz v. Ukraine 2-3-2017 (no. 5187/07) see here  SUMMARY Family life. Right to correspondence. Religious freedom. The inability during the detention of the applicant to communicate with his relatives and to correspond with them constitutes a breach of family life and the right of correspondence of the prisoner. The ECtHR also ruled that there […]

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The difficulties of visiting relatives in prison due to distance are, under certain conditions, a breach of the family life of the prisoner.

JUDGMENT Labaca Larrea v. France 02-03-2017 (no. 56710/13, 56727/13 και 57412/13) see here  SUMMARY The difficulties of visiting relatives in prison due to distance are, under certain conditions, a breach of the family life of the prisoner.visit him, since the ability of his family members to visit him is necessary for the continuation of his normal family […]

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The multi-annual judicial war focusing on children’s communication directly affects the interests of minors and violates the ECHR

JUDGMENT D’Alconzo v. Italy 23-02-2017 (no. 64297/12) see here  SUMMARY Right to family life. Contact between father and his children. The case concerned the applicant’s inability to exercise the right of communication and contact with his two children. His former partner left for the US along with their children. The applicant denounced the matter before […]

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Ban on US nationals adopting Russian children led to unlawful discrimination

JUDGMENT A.H. and Others v. Russia (application nos. 6033/13, 8927/13, 10549/13, 12275/13, 23890/13, 26309/13, 27161/13, 29197/13, 32224/13, 32331/13, 32351/13, 32368/13, 37173/13, 38490/13, 42340/13 and 42403/13) 17.01.2017 see here SUMMARY The applications were brought by 45 US nationals: both on their own behalf, and on behalf of 27 Russian children. In late 2012, the US applicants […]

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Hungarian authorities failed to protect Roma against racist abuse during anti-Roma demonstration

JUDGMENT Király and Dömötör v. Hungary (application no. 10851/13) 17.01.2017 see here SUMMARY The case concerned an anti-Roma demonstration. Mr Király and Mr Dömötör – both of whom are of Roma origin – alleged that the police had failed to protect them from racist abuse during the demonstration and to properly investigate the incident. The […]

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Court finds no violation of the Convention for Palestinian national whose continued residence in Ukraine remains uncertain

JUDGMENT Abuhmaid v. Ukraine (application no. 31183/13) 12.01.2017 see here SUMMARY The case concerned Mr Abuhmaid’s right to reside in Ukraine. Having been resident in Ukraine for over twenty years on the basis of temporary residence permits, in 2010 Mr Abuhmaid began to encounter a series of difficulties with the Ukrainian authorities in relation to […]

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