Content tagged with Moldova
Resource | Case Summary | 28 May 2013
Case No. 3564/11 Judgment date: 28 May 2013 The applicants were represented by Ms D.I. Străisteanu, a lawyer practising in Chişinău. X, a police officer, had abused his former spouse (the first applicant) in the presence of their teenage daughters (the second and third applicants) by beating and insulting her, causing her and her daughters stress and psychological suffering. […]
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2012 | By Dmytro Kotlyar
Dmytro Kotlyar outlines the challenges and potential of arguing violations of Article 18, which is designed to prevent the misuse for ulterior motives of legal instruments allowing a restriction on human rights
Resource | Case Summary | 27 Apr 2010
When the territory of Moldova became part of the Soviet Union, the Soviet authorities recorded each individual’s ethnic identity.
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2009 | By Ketevan Abashidze
Ketevan Abashidze discusses the Georgian law on phone tapping in light of the ECtHR ruling on Moldova
Resource | Case Summary | 12 Feb 2008
The applicant was the Head of the Press Department of the Prosecutor General’s Office when he released two letters received by the Office to a newspaper...
Resource | Article | 1 Jun 2008 | By Vladislav Gribincea
In this article, Vladislav Gribincea explores recent developments in relation to the execution of the Ilaşcu judgement and the subsequent case of Ivanţoc and Others v Moldova and Russia
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2007
Member states’ duty to co-operate with the European Court of Human Rights – report of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
This article outlines the content of the PACE report, which was developed with the involvement of EHRAC
Resource | Article | 1 Jun 2005 | By Vladislav Gribincea
Execution of judgments of the European Court of Human Rights – the case of Ilascu and Others v Russia and Moldova
Vladislav Gribincea considers the responsibility of Moldova and the Russian Federation to execute the judgment in the case of Ilascu and Others, concerning violations which occurred in Transdniestria
Resource | Article | 1 Jun 2004 | By Philip Leach
Philip Leach discusses proposals to reform the ECHR with the aim of dealing with systemic violations and reducing the current backlog of cases, and the impact such reforms may have on cases arising from particular 'trouble spots'