Long term judicial investigations regarding the issue of homicide do not violate the right to life

JUDGMENT Sarbyanova and Pashaliyska v. Bulgaria (application no. 3524/14) 12.01.2017 see here SUMMARY Great  duration regarding the investigation of intentional homicide. Mother and daughter sought shelter at the ECtHR, protesting the length of the investigations into the murder of her husband (first applicant) and father (second applicant). In order to complete the file, collect the […]

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Expulsion of criminal suspect to China would expose him to risk of facing the death penalty, in violation of the Convention

JUDGMENT: A.L. (X.W.) v. Russia 29.10.2015 (no. 44095/14) see here   SUMMARY: The case concerned, in particular, the complaint by a man residing in Russia and wanted as a criminal suspect in China that if forcibly returned to China, he would be at risk of being convicted and sentenced to death. The Court considered that, given […]

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Expulsion from Russia to Syria would violate the European Convention on Human Rights

JUDGMENT: LM and others v. Russia 15.10.2015 (no. 40081/14, 40088/14, 40127/14) see here SUMMARY: The case of L.M. and Others v. Russia (application nos. 40081/14, 40088/14, and 40127/14) concerned the impending expulsion of three men to Syria from Russia and their detention pending expulsion in Russia. The European Court of Human Rights held, unanimously: that […]

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Russian Federation responsible for the death of a Moldovan citizen at peacekeeping checkpoint

JUDGMENT: Pisari v. Moldova and Russia 21.04.2015 (no. 42139/12) see here SUMMARY: Russia is responsible for the unjustified action of its soldier to kill ac Moldovian at a  peacekeeping checkpoint although the latter worked outside the borders. PROVISION: Article 2 PRINCIPAL FACTS The applicants, Simion Pisari and Oxana Pisari, are Moldovan nationals who were born […]

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Death of a patient from post-operative complications

JUDGMENT: Lopes de Sousa Fernandes v. Portugal 15.12.2015 (no. 56080/13) see here SUMMARY: The case concerned the death of Mr Fernandes, the husband of the applicant, Ms Lopes de Sousa Fernandes, following a series of medical problems that arose after a routine operation. Ms Lopes de Sousa Fernandes alleged that her husband’s death had been […]

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Death of new-born baby after being refused admission to public hospitals

JUDGMENT: Asiye Genç v. Turkey 07.01.2015 (no. 24109/07) see here SUMMARY: The case concerned a prematurely born baby’s death in an ambulance, a few hours after birth, following the baby’s transfer between hospitals without being admitted for treatment. The Court found, firstly, that the State had not sufficiently ensured the proper organisation and functioning of […]

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Euthanasia in the ECtHR

JUDGMENT  Lambert and others v. France 05/06/2015 (no. 46043/14) see here SUMMARY: Euthanasia. No violation of Article 2 (right to life) by France to authorize Vincent Lambert’s cessation of artificial feeding and hydration. COMMENT  Euthanasia is an issue Strasbourg still faces within the discretion of the Member States. The expectation by the ECtHR of the […]

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