Grand Chamber hearing concerning Latvia
The Court held a hearing in the case of Jeronovičs v. Latvia.
The case concerns the national authorities’ refusal to reopen criminal proceedings relating to the applicant’s alleged ill-treatment by the police following a declaration in which the Government acknowledged a violation of the Convention.
Delivery of Judgment30/06/2015
In the case of Khoroshenko v. Russia, the Court held that there had been a violation of the right to respect for private and family life. The case concerned the complaint by a life prisoner about various restrictions on family visits during ten years of his detention in a special regime correctional colony....
On 6 July 2015, a panel of five judges will examine 12 Grand Chamber referral requests....
Chamber hearing concerning Italy23/07/2015
The Court held a hearing in the case of Nasr and Ghali v. Italy.
The case concerns the “extraordinary rendition” - the abduction by CIA agents, with the cooperation of Italian nationals - of Egyptian imam Abu Omar, and his transfer to Egypt, followed by his secret detention there for several months....
Visit by a delegation of the International Court of Justice29/06/2015
On 25 and 26 June 2015, a delegation of the International Court of Justice visited the Court, headed by its President, Ronny Abraham. The visiting Judges took part in roundtable discussions with Judges of the Court and members of the Registry.
Speech by the President (in French)...
Visit by the Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina25/06/2015
On 24 June 2015, H.E. Mladen Ivanić, Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, visited the Court and was received by President Spielmann. Faris Vehabović, the judge elected in respect of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Erik Fribergh, Registrar, also attended the meeting....
Decision on Admissibility02/07/2015
The Court has given a decision on admissibility in the case of Tagayeva and Others v. Russia. The case concerns the terrorist attack on a school in Beslan, northern Ossetia, the taking of hostages, and the siege and storming of the school building. During this episode, over 330 civilian hostages died, including more than 180 children.
The complaints declared admissible by the Court will be the subject of a subsequent judgment....
Forthcoming Judgments & Decisions