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Mariana Karadjova

resolutions, etc), as well as by judicial institutions (the European Court of Human Rights, the UN Human Rights Committee) in the evolution of the restitution process in Eastern Europe in general, and regarding such issues as equality between foreigners and nationals as well as minority and religious groups

Kushtrim Istrefi

author on 19 April 2018. See also Snezhana Botusharova, “The Constitutional Court of Kosovo and the European Court of Human Rights”, in Enver Hasani, Péter Paczolay, and Michael Riegner (eds.), Constitutional Justice in Southeast Europe (Nomos, Baden-Baden, 2012), 71–91. 59 According to Art.84

Mariya Riekkinen

administrative fines worth 500 Russian rubles to fifteen nights of administrative detention. In the view of the European Court of Human Rights (hereinafter: the ‘ECtHR’), both the criminal and administrative sanctions related to the deprivation of liberty for violations of law and order during the 6 May 2012

Bill Bowring

as to real crimes. This record is not a matter for dispute, or for “social construction”. The question, however, is the extent to which such crimes are susceptible to redress through the European Court of Human Rights. The first question which arises is why this is such a live issue. I turn therefore

Sergei Akopov

) proceedings than for his other work. Yet, Sultanov’s success before the European Court of Human Rights (hereinafter the “ecthr”) 14 also is a source of his renown in some parts of Russia and beyond. His many efforts in Strasbourg are described in his 2014 work Bor’ba za pravo na obzhalovanie sudebnogo

Sergei Aleksandrovich Belov

1 Introduction Over the past decade, the conflict between the traditional values of Russian society and secular European values—as reflected, inter alia , in decisions of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) interpreting provisions of the 1950 Convention for the Protection of Human

Lukas Heckendorn Urscheler

US Supreme Court, and the Constitutional Court of Ecuador, as well as the European Court of Human Rights. The wealth of foreign and international material was used to illustrate definitions of homosexuality and gynecophilia to explain that homosexual and transsexual behaviour was natural and not an

Rosalie Jukier

supreme authority has been noted by academics in other contexts, particularly the European context with respect to the effect of the decisions rendered by supra-national courts in Europe. The decisions of the European Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Justice are considered binding on the

Margit Cohn

United Kingdom, the British courts relied on Commonwealth sources rather than dwell on its European origin. Although a recent rise of reliance on the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) is evident, the doctrine has only been applied in ECHR contexts and has not received the status

Kalu Kingsley Anele

European Court of Human Rights’, Harvard International Law Journal 56(1) (2015) 147 at 173. 63 Janet Cooper Alexander, ‘An introduction to class action procedure in the United States’, 1–2. Retrieved 2 February 2019, . 64 ‘Influence of