Chamber hearing concerning Albania
Judgment concerning Romania23/05/2017
In the case of Bălșan v. Romania the Court noted a lack of commitment in Romania to addressing domestic violence. It found that the authorities’ inertia reflected a discriminatory attitude against the applicant as a woman who had been suffering domestic violence for years....
Judgment concerning Turkey23/05/2017
In the case of Sarıgül v. Turkey the Court found a violation of freedom of expression.
The case concerned the 2004 confiscation by the prison authorities of a draft novel which the applicant had written while in prison....
Judgment concerning Slovakia23/05/2017
In the case of Paluda v. Slovakia the Court found a violation of the right of access to a court owing to the inability of the applicant, a member of the Supreme Court, to challenge his suspension in the framework of disciplinary proceedings....
Judgment concerning Iceland18/05/2017
In the case of Johannesson and Others v. Iceland, the Court found a violation of the right not to be judged or punished twice in respect of the two individual applicants, and declared the case inadmissible in respect of the applicant company.
The applicants argued that they had been prosecuted and punished twice for the same matter of inaccuracies in their tax returns, first by having to pay tax penalties and secondly in the form of a criminal conviction for aggravated tax offences....
On 29 May 2017, the Court will examine 20 Grand Chamber referral requests....
The Chamber to which the case of Nicolae Virgiliu Tănase v. Romania had been allocated has relinquished it to the Grand Chamber.
The applicant, who had a road accident in 2004 resulting in serious injuries, complains that the criminal investigation into the matter was ineffective and lacked the requisite promptness....
Judgment concerning Bulgaria12/05/2017
In the case of Simeonovi v. Bulgaria, the Court held that there had been a violation of the prohibition of inhuman and degrading treatment and that there had been no violation of the right to a fair trial.
The case concerned the absence of legal assistance for the first 3 days of the detention of the applicant, who was sentenced to life imprisonment, and the conditions of the detention and prison regime imposed on him.
Webcast of the hearing (06/07/2016)...
The Chamber of the Court to which the case Denisov v. Ukraine had been allocated has relinquished jurisdiction in favour of the Grand Chamber.
In this case the applicant complains that the proceedings for his dismissal from the post of President of the Kyiv Administrative Court of Appeal were unfair and not compatible with the Convention. He also complains that his dismissal was not considered by an independent and impartial tribunal, and that his private life was substantially affected by his dismissal....
Visit to Cyprus22/05/2017
From 17 to 19 May 2017, President Guido Raimondi paid an official visit to Cyprus. On that occasion, he met Níkos Anastasiádis, President of Cyprus. He also met Demetris Syllouris, President of the Parliament. During his visit, President Guido Raimondi had a meeting with a delegation of Judges of the Supreme Court led by Judge Stelios Nathanael, and took part in the 127th Session of the Committee of Ministers. President Raimondi was accompanied by Georgios Serghides, judge elected in respect of Cyprus, and Patrick Titiun, Head of the Office of the President....