Content tagged with 2005
On 10 October 2019, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) ruled that a Georgian politician was denied a fair trial when in 2006 the Government leaked an allegedly manipulated version of an intercepted telephone conversation between him and a leader of an armed group to the Rustavi 2 TV station.
Resource | Case Summary | 28 May 2019
Between August 2005 and October 2006, the Internal Security Service carried out secret surveillance of the applicants based on authorisation decisions of the prosecutor or preliminary investigation judge. The criminal proceedings brought by the Estonian authorities related to suspicions of corruption involving exchanges of plots of land in conservation areas for plots in areas where development was permitted. The first instance court acquitted the applicants, holding that the surveillance evidence was inadmissible as it had been obtained unlawfully.
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2005 | By Natasha Kravchuk
Natasha Kravchuk considers the role of the ECtHR in the protection of the rights of the child, with particular reference to the cases of Nielsen v Denmark and Kutzner v Germany, and the implications this may have for the Russian Federation
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2005 | By Damelya Aitkhozhina
Damelya Aitkhozhina outlines the implications of the finding of an Article 8 violation in the case of Fadeyeva v Russia, concerning a family residing within the sanitary exclusion zone of the Severstal steel plant in Cherepovets
Resource | Case Summary | 9 Jun 2005
Since 1982, the applicant and her family lived in the city of Cherepovets, a major steel-producing centre in Russia.
Resource | EHRAC Bulletin | 1 Dec 2005
Issue 4 of the EHRAC Bulletin is now available online. Please click the link bellow to read the full issue. In this edition of the Memorial-EHRAC Bulletin, we consider a number of important and developing aspects of the case law of the European Court of Human Rights: the position of children (Natasha Kravchuk); the Court’s treatment of the phenomenon of ‘disappearances’ (Marthe […]
Resource | Case Summary | 2 Jun 2005
On 5 November 1998 the applicant was found guilty of disorderly behaviour and sentenced to six months of imprisonment.
Resource | Case Summary | 20 Jan 2005
According to the applicant, on 17th December 2000, Said- Khuseyn drove from Novye Atagi to the market at Starye Atagi.
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2005 | By Anood Taqui
Anood Taqui outlines the conclusions of the latest Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe report into the progress of the Russian Federation with regard to its obligations and commitments under the Council of Europe statutes to which it is a party
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2005 | By Catharina Harby
Catharina Harby considers the reasoning behind the decision by the ECtHR to declare the case of Vatan v Russia inadmissible