European Court of Human Rights
A placard depicting jailed former Ukrainian prime minister and the leader of the opposition Yulia Tymoshenko is reflected on a poster showing a pigeon in the center of Kiev on April 30, 2013. The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday ruled that Ukraine's detention of Yulia Tymoshenko was unlawful but threw out accusations of ill-treatment.'The Court considered that the detention had been arbitrary and unlawful during the entire period,' the judges of the Strasbourg-based court said.
We shouldn’t be surprised if criminals from around the world are attracted to Britain because the Government makes it easy for them to get in and the European Court of Human Rights makes it almost impossible to get rid of them. To add insult to injury, when we fail to deport them they can stay here and live on benefits.
A mission of the Russian Orthodox Church will operate at the church. It carries out very important expert work in interacting with the Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights, as well as with other institutionsMore quotes »
EU court finds Swiss assisted-suicide laws vague
Swiss woman who would rather end her life now than decline further in health found sympathy Tuesday from the European Court of Human Rights , which called on the Swiss to clarify their laws on so-called passive assisted suicide.The Strasbourg , France-based Read more »
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Senior U.S. official urges BiH to reform to join NATO, EU
related to registering state military property while the other is implementation of Sejdic-Finci ruling by the European Court of Human Rights. "Political leaders have been discussing these issues behind closed doors for more than three years. But every time 5/21/13 from SINA English Read more »
Desegregating Roma and Croat schoolchildren: what has been done?
Fund/Tom Bass. All rights reserved. To mark the third anniversary of the Oršuš and Others v. Croatia ruling of the European Court of Human Rights, the Roma Education Fund traveled to Međimurje County in Croatia as part of its regular monitoring of preschool 5/21/13 from openDemocracy Read more »
Radical cleric Abu Qatada denied bail in Britain
to Jordan, where he faces a likely retrial over his alleged involvement in the planning of terrorist attacks. The European Court of Human Rights originally blocked his deportation due to fears that evidence obtained through torture would be used against him from Capital FM Read more »
Hate preacher Abu Qatada complains his five-bedroom taxpayer funded home is not big enough due to lack of storage space
his strict bail conditions. He has pledged to leave Britain voluntarily despite winning rulings from British and the European Court of Human Rights that he could not be deported to his home country. His change of heart follows the signing of a treaty between from Daily Mail - UK Read more »
Myths and realities about Equal Marriage
it wish to, uniquely amongst religious denominations. This may amount to discrimination, but my instinct is that the European Court of Human Rights would accept the UK Government's position that this is really about the unique legal position of the CoE rather from New Statesman Read more »