European Court of Human Rights


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European Court of Human Rights:

see Council of EuropeCouncil of Europe,
international organization founded in 1949 to promote greater unity within Europe and to safeguard its political and cultural heritage by promoting human rights and democracy. The council is headquartered in Strasbourg, France.
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Although the existing laws require to be interpreted in a manner that ensures the principle of freedom of expression in accordance with the European Convention, Arnaut states that these general provisions are not sufficient because domestic courts rarely and sporadically apply the case law of the European Court of Human Rights.
"We have instructed our lawyers to submit an urgent application to the European Court of Human Rights, and they have done so today.
DOCTORS in London must continue to treat a terminally-ill baby at the centre of a lifesupport legal battle until midnight on Tuesday, the European Court of Human Rights has said.
All 47 members of the Council of Europe are signatories and accept the jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights. The Treaty of Rome, which created the EU's forerunner, the EEC, was only signed by the six founder nations in 1957.
ANKARA (CyHAN)- As long as it doesn't encourage violence, criticizing the president is the right of every Turkish citizen and is guaranteed by the Constitution, European Court of Human Rights rapporteur Aslyhan Euzdemir said on Saturday during a seminar in Adana.
But yesterday an appeal at the European Court of Human Rights against his whole-life prison sentence was rejected.
But it would also make clear that the Supreme Court UK judges were not obliged to take European Court of Human Rights' rulings into account when coming to decisions.
LLANELLI health campaigner Tony Flatley has decided not to pursue his challenge to the downgrading of A&E provision at the town's Prince Philip Hospital to the European Court of Human Rights. A High Court judicial review application in his name failed to overturn the decision of Hywel Dda University Health Board and the Court of Appeal has confirmed the ruling.
Without rule of law and honoring human rights there is no going forward and no democracy, said Mirjana Lazareva-Trajkovska, judge at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, before the highest judicial authorities of the Republic of Macedonia including the President of the Constitutional Court, Elena Goseva, the President of the Judicial Council, Aleksandra Zafirovska, the President of the Public Prosecutors' Council, Kostadin Kizov, and Justice Minister Adnan Jashari, who attended the promotion of the electronic database of verdicts of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg pertaining to the Balkan countries.
Representatives from the European Court of Human Rights, the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights, the African Court of Human and People's Rights, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch are all confirmed to attend.
The European Court of Human Rights ordered Turkey to pay 90 million euros or $124 million in damages on Monday related to its 1974 invasion of Cyprus.

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