Karinna Moskalenko on the Navalny case: A state must never openly violate rights guaranteed by the Convention, disregarding international standards

Karina Moskalenko. Photo: Anna Artemeva / Novaya Gazeta 17 February 2021 Source: Moscow Helsinki Group [original source: Радио Свобода] The European Court of Human Rights has demanded that Russia immediately release…

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This week the ECtHR handed down three rulings with respect to Russia in which it found violations of Articles 2, 3, 5 and 6. The ECtHR also indicated to Russia that Aleksei Navalny should be released.

Week-ending 19 February 2021 This week the European Court of Human Rights handed down three rulings with respect to Russia in which it found violations of Articles 2 [right to…

Continue Reading This week the ECtHR handed down three rulings with respect to Russia in which it found violations of Articles 2, 3, 5 and 6. The ECtHR also indicated to Russia that Aleksei Navalny should be released.

ECtHR ruling of the week concerns a deportation to Uzbekistan and Russia’s failure to comply with Rule 39 interim measures; ECtHR also announces Navalny poisoning case communicated

Week-ending 5 February 2021 This week the European Court of Human Rights published one judgment with respect to Russia. This case concerned the administrative removal to Uzbekistan of an applicant…

Continue Reading ECtHR ruling of the week concerns a deportation to Uzbekistan and Russia’s failure to comply with Rule 39 interim measures; ECtHR also announces Navalny poisoning case communicated

ECtHR Rulings of the Week: Eight judgments finding violations of Articles 3, 5, 6, 8 11 and 14.

Week-ending 4 December 2020 This week there were eight judgments of the European Court of Human Rights regarding Russia finding violations of Article 3 (torture), Article 5 § 1 (liberty…

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