Content tagged with A2P4: Freedom of movement
Resource | Case Summary | 25 Apr 2019 | By Roman Kiselyov
The applicant, Levon Ter-Petrosyan, is an Armenian national who was the President of Armenia between 1991 and 1998. He was the main opposition candidate in the 19 February 2008 Presidential election, standing against then Prime Minister Mr Sargsyan. Immediately after the preliminary results of the election were announced, the applicant called on his supporters to gather at Yerevan’s Freedom Square to protest against alleged electoral irregularities.
The annexation of Crimea: Continuing interference with rights guaranteed under the European Convention on Human Rights
This Blog focuses on situations amounting to a continuing interference with specific ECHR rights in Crimea following Russia's annexation.
Resource | Case Summary | 27 Jan 2011
Case No. 34861/04 Judgment date: 27 January 2011 The applicants were mother and son and lived in Ozersk, a closed town in the Chelyabinsk Region of Russia where the Mayak nuclear fuel reprocessing plant is located. In 2002 the son was sentenced to four years’ imprisonment following a criminal conviction. Upon his release, the Ozersk Town Administration and the regional division of the […]
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2007 | By Nadezhda Kutepova
Nadezhda Kutepova considers the situation of the residents of Russia's closed nuclear cities and the violation of their rights in the name of Russian security
Resource | Case Summary | 13 Dec 2005
The applicant was an ethnic Chechen and a lawyer.