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  • EGMR, 12.06.2012 - 17187/05

    RADUCANU v. ROMANIA

    m of personal space, the Court has found that the overcrowding was so severe as to justify of itself a finding of a violation of Article 3 of the Convention (see, among many others, Kalashnikov v. Russia, no. 47095/99, §§ 97 et seq., ECHR 2002-VI; Ciorap v. Moldova, no. 12066/02, § 70, 19 June 2007; Lind v. Russia, no. 25664/05, § 59, 6 December 2007; Kantyrev v. Russia, no. 37213/02, §§ 50-51, 21 June 2007; Brânduse v. Romania, no. 6586/03, § 50, 7 April 2009; Petrea, cited above, §§ 49-50; Racareanu v. Romania, no. 14262/03, §§ 49-52, 1 June 2010; and Ali v. Romania, no. 20307/02, § 83, 9 November 2010).

    His repeated requests for temporary release do not satisfy these conditions (see Racareanu v. Romania, no. 14262/03, § 41, 1 June 2010).

  • EGMR, 18.10.2011 - 13099/04

    LAUTARU v. ROMANIA

    The Court has frequently found a violation of Article 3 of the Convention on account of lack of personal space afforded to detainees and unsatisfactory sanitary conditions (see, in particular, Ciorap v. Moldova, no. 12066/02, § 70, 19 June 2007; Kalashnikov v. Russia, no. 47095/99, §§ 97 et seq., ECHR 2002-VI; Petrea, cited above, §§ 49-50; Racareanu v. Romania, no. 14262/03, §§ 49-52, 1 June 2010 and Ali v. Romania, no. 20307/02, § 83, 9 November 2010).
  • EGMR, 17.07.2012 - 14337/04

    RADU POP v. ROMANIA

    In previous cases where applicants have had at their disposal less than three square metres of personal space the Court has found that the overcrowding was so severe as to justify of itself a finding of a violation of Article 3 of the Convention (see, among many other authorities, Iamandi v. Romania, no. 25867/03, §§ 59-61, 1 June 2010; Racareanu v. Romania, no. 14262/03, §§ 49-52, 1 June 2010; and Flamînzeanu v. Romania, no. 56664/08, § 98, 12 April 2011).
  • EGMR, 17.12.2013 - 14150/08

    VARTIC v. ROMANIA (NO. 2)

    Relying on the Court's case-law (Petrea v. Romania, no. 4792/03, 29 April 2008; Maciuca v. Romania, no. 25763/03, 26 May 2009; Iamandi v. Romania, no. 25867/03, 1 June 2010; and Racareanu v. Romania, no. 14262/03, 1 June 2010), the Government argued that a complaint based on the provisions of the Execution of Sentences Act 2006 and raised before the judge responsible for the execution of prison sentences was an effective remedy in cases in which detainees alleged a lack of medical treatment in detention.
  • EGMR, 30.07.2013 - 19730/10

    TOMA BARBU v. ROMANIA

    In previous cases the Court has found that the overcrowding was so severe as to justify in itself a finding of a violation of Article 3 of the Convention (see, among many other authorities, Kalashnikov v. Russia, no. 47095/99, §§ 97 et seq., ECHR 2002-VI; Ciorap v. Moldova, no. 12066/02, § 70, 19 June 2007; Racareanu v. Romania, no. 14262/03, §§ 49-52, 1 June 2010; and Ali v. Romania, no. 20307/02, § 83, 9 November 2010).
  • EGMR, 24.09.2013 - 11871/05

    HADADE v. ROMANIA

    In previous cases the Court has found that the overcrowding was so severe as to justify in itself a finding of a violation of Article 3 of the Convention (see, among many other authorities, Kalashnikov v. Russia, no. 47095/99, §§ 97 et seq., ECHR 2002-VI; Ciorap v. Moldova, no. 12066/02, § 70, 19 June 2007; Lind v. Russia, no. 25664/05, § 59, 6 December 2007; Kantyrev v. Russia, no. 37213/02, §§ 50-51, 21 June 2007; Brânduse v. Romania, no. 6586/03, § 50, 7 April 2009; Petrea, cited above, §§ 49-50; Racareanu v. Romania, no. 14262/03, §§ 49-52, 1 June 2010; and Ali, cited above, § 83).
  • EGMR, 21.06.2011 - 9643/03

    GOH v. ROMANIA

    Even though there are no CPT reports concerning this specific establishment, the Court has recently analysed the material conditions of detention in this prison for periods of time which overlap with the period in which the applicant was detained there (see Racareanu v. Romania, no. 14262/03, §§ 49-52, 1 June 2010, and Dimakos, cited above, §§ 45-50).
  • EGMR, 10.07.2012 - 12152/05

    VARTIC v. ROMANIA

    The Court has frequently found a violation of Article 3 of the Convention on account of the lack of personal space afforded to detainees and unsatisfactory sanitary conditions (see, in particular, Ciorap v. Moldova, no. 12066/02, § 70, 19 June 2007; Kalashnikov v. Russia, no. 47095/99, §§ 97 et seq., ECHR 2002-VI; and Racareanu v. Romania, no. 14262/03, § 49, 1 June 2010).
  • EGMR, 19.03.2013 - 7910/10

    BLEJUSCA c. ROUMANIE

    In previous cases where applicants have had at their disposal less than three square metres of personal space the Court has found that the overcrowding was so severe as to justify of itself a finding of a violation of Article 3 of the Convention (see, among many other authorities, Iamandi v. Romania, no. 25867/03, §§ 59-61, 1 June 2010; Racareanu v. Romania, no. 14262/03, §§ 49-52, 1 June 2010; and Flamînzeanu v. Romania, no. 56664/08, § 98, 12 April 2011).
  • EGMR, 12.06.2012 - 24009/03

    MAZALU v. ROMANIA

    The Court has frequently found a violation of Article 3 of the Convention on account of the lack of personal space afforded to detainees (see, among others, Racareanu v. Romania, no. 14262/03, § 49, 1 June 2010; Dimakos cited above, § 49; and Lautaru, cited above, § 102).
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