Press release - DC021(2013)

Committee of Ministers to examine implementation of human rights judgments

Strasbourg, 18.02.2013 – The representatives of the 47 member states of the Council of Europe will examine implementation of the judgments and decisions of the European Court of Human Rights on 5-7 March 2013.

This supervisory role of the Committee of Ministers is provided for under Article 46 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

The cases proposed for examination, concerning Albania, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, France, Georgia, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey and Ukraine are listed below.

Adopted texts of decisions and resolutions, as well as working documents will be made public shortly after the meeting on the website of the Committee of Ministers.

Additional information regarding cases pending before the Committee of Ministers can be found here.


Cases

State

Judgment final on

Violation

DRIZA GROUP
MANUSHAQE PUTO AND OTHERS

ALBANIA

02/06/2008
17/12/2012

 

Non-enforcement of judgments relating to restitution of or compensation for properties nationalised under the communist regime

CAKA GROUP

ALBANIA

08/03/2010

Unfair criminal proceedings

DYBEKU
GRORI

ALBANIA

02/06/2008
07/10/2009

Lack of adequate medical treatment in detention and unlawful detention

M.S.

BELGIUM

30/04/2012

Forced return to Iraq of a person suspected of terrorist acts

M.S.S.

BELGIUM AND GREECE

21/01/2011

Expulsion of an asylum seeker from Belgium to Greece

SEJDIC AND FINCI

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

22/12/2009

Impossibility, notably for Roma and Jews, to stand for elections because of lack of affiliation with any of the “constituent peoples” defined in the Constitution

VELIKOVA GROUP

BULGARIA

04/10/2000

Death or ill-treatment caused by police and lack of effective investigation

ASSOCIATION FOR EUROPEAN INTEGRATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS AND EKIMDZHIEV GROUP

BULGARIA

30/01/2008

Insufficient guarantees against abuse in the operation of the state secret surveillance system

GEBREMEDHIN (GABERAMADHIEN)

FRANCE

26/07/2007

Lack of a remedy with automatic suspensive effect against decisions refusing asylum and entry into the country

ENUKIDZE AND GIRGVLIANI

GEORGIA

26/07/2011

Lack of effective investigation into death caused by the police – non-cooperation with the European Court

MICHELIOUDAKIS + DIAMANTIDES No. 2 GROUP

GREECE

03/07/2012
19/08/2005

Excessive length of criminal proceedings and lack of effective remedies

GLYKANTZI
KONTI-ARVANITI GROUP

GREECE

30/01/2013
10/07/2003

Excessive length of civil proceedings and lack of effective remedies

A. B. AND C.

IRELAND

16/12/2010

Absence of any legislative or regulatory regime implementing the right to lawful abortion when the mother's life is at risk

HIRSI JAMAA AND OTHERS

ITALY

23/02/2011

Interception at sea and collective removal to Libya of irregular migrants from Somalia and Eritrea notwithstanding the risk of ill-treatment and/or arbitrary repatriation

SNEERSONE AND KAMPANELLA

 

ITALY

12/10/2011

Return of minor child, living with mother in Latvia, ordered by Italian courts without due consideration of child’s best interests

M.D. AND OTHERS

MALTA

17/10/2012

Permanent and automatic forfeiture of a mother’s parental rights

ORCHOWSKI GROUP

POLAND

22/01/2010

Poor conditions of detention (overcrowding)

KAPRYKOWSKI GROUP

POLAND

03/05/2009

Lack of adequate medical treatment in detention

OLIVEIRA MODESTO GROUP

PORTUGAL

08/09/2000

Excessive length of judicial proceedings

STRĂIN AND OTHERS GROUP
MARIA ATANASIU

ROMANIA

30/11/2005

Ineffectiveness of the mechanism of restitution of or compensation for properties nationalised under the communist regime

ANGHELESCU BARBU No. 1 GROUP

ROMANIA

05/01/2005

Death or ill-treatment caused by police, lack of effective investigations and of domestic remedies

GARABAYEV GROUP

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

30/01/2008

Different violations related to extradition; failure to scrutinise rigorously allegations of risk of ill-treatment, unlawful detention, kidnapping and illegal transfer of applicants to Tajikistan

ALEKSEYEV

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

11/04/2011

Repeated bans on gay marches

ANANYEV AND OTHERS

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

10/04/2012

Poor conditions of pre-trial detention in the remand centres under the authority of the Ministry of Justice and lack of effective domestic remedies

ALIM

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

27/12/2011

Breach of the right to family life of a Cameroonian national in the event of enforcement of an expulsion order

LIU GROUP

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

08/03/2012

Refusal of residence permit, based on national security considerations

GRUDIĆ

SERBIA

24/09/2012

Unlawful suspension of payment of pensions earned in Kosovo

KURIĆ AND OTHERS

SLOVENIA

26/06/2012

Former citizens of Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia deprived in a discriminatory and arbitrary manner of their "permanent resident"  status in Slovenia and lack of an effective remedy

CYPRUS
VARNAVA

TURKEY

10/05/2001
18/09/2009

Violations relating to the situation in the northern part of Cyprus, notably as far as property rights and the fate of missing persons are concerned

HULKI GUNES GROUP

TURKEY

19/09/2003

Unfair criminal procedures

ORMANCI GROUP
ÜMMÜHAN KAPLAN

TURKEY

21/03/2005
20/06/2012

Excessive length of judicial proceedings and lack of effective remedy

YURY NIKOLAEVICH IVANOV
ZHOVNER GROUP

UKRAINE

15/01/2010
29/09/2004

Non-enforcement of domestic court decisions against the state or state owned companies

KHARCHENKO GROUP

UKRAINE

10/05/2011

Unlawful and/or arbitrary and/or excessively long detention on remand

LUTSENKO

UKRAINE

19/11/2012

Detention and other arbitrary measures ordered by prosecutors and upheld by the courts in the course of pre-trial investigations

NAUMENKO SVETLANA GROUP
MERIT GROUP

UKRAINE

30/03/2005

Excessive length of judicial proceedings and lack of effective remedy

* All reference to Kosovo, whether the territory, institutions or population, in this text shall be understood in full compliance with United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244 and without prejudice to the status of Kosovo



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