INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION USA: Court Found Syria, Iran, and Three Iranian Banks Responsible for Sponsoring Terrorism UK: Lawsuit Brought by 40 000 Nigerians Against Shell Over Oil Spill ECtHR: Turkey’s Emergency Expropriation Proceedings Against Owners of Land Submerged by Water from the Pembelik Hydroelectric Dam Held in Violation ECtHR: Bulgarian Measures on the Forfeiture ofContinue reading “Weekly News Recap (12-18 July 2021)”
INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION IACHR: Precautionary Measures in Favor of Beneficiaries in Nicaragua ECtHR: Applicants’ Right to Procedural Safeguards Against Arbitrary Interference with Rights under Art. 10 Upheld in Russia ECtHR: Applicants’ Deprivation of Liberty in Detention Deemed Unlawful in Cyprus ECtHR: Applicants’ Right to a Belief/Spiritual Practice Unlawfully Interfered with in Moldova ECtHR: Applicants’ RightsContinue reading “Weekly News Recap (28 June-4 July 2021)”
INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION ECtHR: Applicant’s Right to Effective Investigation into Alleged Sexual Abuse Violated in Estonia ECtHR: Applicant’s Right to Private Life Unlawfully and Disproportionately Interfered with in the United Kingdom IACHR: IACtHR Requested to Adopt Provisional Measures to Protect People Seeking to Participate in November Elections in Nicaragua ECtHR: Applicant’s Right to Not beContinue reading “Weekly News Recap (21-27 June 2021)”
The 2020 Presidential election in Belarus was one of those events that shook geopolitical reality in eastern Europe and slowed down the rising cooperation between Belarus and the EU, including V4.
INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION ECtHR: Request for an Advisory Opinion Submitted by the Court of Cassation of Armernia Accepted France: Claim for Agent Orange Damage in Vietnam War Rejected Australia: Ban on India Travel Upheld ECtHR: Denial of Surviving Allowance to Single Mother Deemed Discriminatory and Violative ECtHR: Applicant’s Plea of an Ineffective Investigation into aContinue reading “Weekly News Recap (10-16 May 2021)”
On 18 March, Viktor Orbán announced its Fidesz party was leaving the European People’s Party. This follows years of conflict between the EU and Hungary over the rule of law.
INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION ICC: TFV Implements Full Assistance Programme to Victims in CAR ECtHR: Violation of the Freedom of Expression in a Case Concerning Displaying of Flags in Romania IACHR: Precautionary Measures in Favour of Tsotsil Indigenous Families from Twelve Identified Communities in Mexico OHCHR: Call for Compliance with the Nigerian Federal High Court’s DecisionContinue reading “Weekly News Recap (26 Apr-2 May 2021)”
INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION ICC: Reparations Granted to Victims in the Ntaganda Case USA: Appellate Court Rejected Western Apache Land Protection Injunction Greece: Court Refused to Stop the Prison Transfer of the Head Assassin of the Militant Group November 17 IACHR: Referal of Case on Bolivia to the IACtHR IACHR: Threats to the Life of aContinue reading “Weekly News Recap (8-14 March 2021)”
The current escalated crisis started at the end of last year, over the official results of the decisive parliamentary elections of October 2020.
INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION IRMCT: The Second Amended Indictment in the Case of The Prosecutor v. Félicien Kabuga STL: Re-Election of the President and Vice President IACHR: Precautionary Protection Measures in Favor of Carlos Ramon Brenes Sánchez and His Family in Nicaragua STL: The Appointment of the Secretary Pakistan: A Christian Convicted of Blasphemy Released byContinue reading “Weekly News Recap (1-7 March 2021)”