ECHR

Russia to pay Georgia 10,000,000 euro

The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has announced its judgment today in the case of Georgia v. Russia, regarding the collective expulsion of Georgian nationals from Russia in the autumn of 2006. "The …

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Tea Tsulukiani gives birth to daughter

The Minister of Justice of Georgia, Tea Tsulukiani, gave birth to a daughter, who was named Mariam, the media reports. On the eve of the birth, Tsulukiani went on maternity leave for two months. The Minister of Justice of …

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PACE winter session opens in France

A regular session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) will start in Strasbourg today, during which two reports on Azerbaijan will be discussed. On January 26, participants of the session will discuss …

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ECHR accepts ANC's lawsuit against Armenia

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has accepted to consider the lawsuit, which the opposition faction Armenian National Congress filed against the Armenian government in 2010, a representative of the Armenian National Congress, …

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Burhan Ozkoshar: Turkey won a legal victory in ECHR

Turkish political commentator Burhan Ozkoshar, in an interview with a correspondent of Vestnik Kavkaza, named the decision on the prohibition of criminalizing denial of the 'Armenian genocide', adopted by the ECHR, as an …

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Nagorno-Karabakh: Baku reminds ECHR of its verdict

Azerbaijani representative to the European Court, Chingiz Askerov, sent a letter to the President of the European Court of Human Rights, Dean Spielmann, in connection with the large number of applications of …

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Russian Constitution weightier than ECHR judgments

Russia’s Constitutional Court ruled that the decisions of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) may not be implemented literally if they contradict the country’s main law, Judge Sergey Mavrin said. "Russia may in …

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