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   EGMR, 03.03.2011 - 66317/09   

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https://dejure.org/2011,56359
EGMR, 03.03.2011 - 66317/09 (https://dejure.org/2011,56359)
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  • EGMR, 02.10.2012 - 14743/11

    ABDULKHAKOV v. RUSSIA

    The Court, however, has already found that Article 108 of the CCrP cannot serve as a suitable legal basis for a prosecutor's decision to place an individual in custody on the grounds that an arrest warrant has been issued against him by a foreign court (see Dzhurayev v. Russia, no. 38124/07, §§ 73 and 74, 17 December 2009, and Elmuratov v. Russia, no. 66317/09, §§ 108 and 109, 3 March 2011).
  • EGMR, 05.06.2012 - 55822/10

    SHAKUROV v. RUSSIA

    The applicant in the present case is charged in Uzbekistan with military desertion, which is an ordinary criminal offence (see Elmuratov v. Russia, no. 66317/09, § 84, 3 March 2011, also concerning extradition to Uzbekistan).
  • EGMR, 18.09.2012 - 17455/11

    UMIROV v. RUSSIA

    For comparison, in Elmuratov v. Russia (no. 66317/09, § 84, 3 March 2011) the Court considered that the mere fact that the applicant was charged with theft in Uzbekistan did not suffice to conclude he ran a risk of being tortured in the event of his extradition to that country.
  • EGMR, 05.02.2013 - 30225/11

    BAKOYEV v. RUSSIA

    Moreover, in the case of Elmuratov v. Russia (no. 66317/09, § 84, 3 March 2011) the Court considered the applicant's allegations that any criminal suspect in Uzbekistan ran a risk of ill-treatment to be too general and stated that there was no indication that the human rights situation in the requesting country was serious enough to call for a total ban on extradition to it.
  • EGMR, 16.10.2012 - 27843/11

    NIYAZOV v. RUSSIA

    Second, the Court has already found that Article 108 of the CCrP could not serve as a suitable legal basis for the prosecutor's decision to place the applicant in custody on the ground that an arrest warrant had been issued against him by a foreign court, whilst Article 108 § 4 of the CCrP taken in conjunction with of Articles 5 § 48 and 31 § 2 of the CCrP refers to a court established and operating under Russian law (see Dzhurayev v. Russia, no. 38124/07, §§ 73-74, 17 December 2009, and Elmuratov v. Russia, no. 66317/09, §§ 108-109, 3 March 2011).
  • EGMR, 01.03.2016 - 58923/14

    KHOLMURODOV c. RUSSIE

    La Cour constate par ailleurs que la directive no 11 ne précise pas comment articuler l'article 466 § 2 du CPP - qui autorise le procureur à ordonner un placement en détention aux fins d'extradition - et l'article 108 § 4 du même code - qui prévoit que seul un tribunal russe peut prononcer une mesure privative de liberté -, alors au surplus que la Cour a jugé que, pour être «régulière» au sens de l'article 5 § 1 (f), une détention fondée sur l'article 466 § 2 doit également remplir les conditions prévues par l'article 108 § 4 (voir Dzhurayev c. Russie, no 38124/07, §§ 72-74, 17 décembre 2009, et Elmuratov c. Russie, no 66317/09, §§ 107-109, 3 mars 2011).
  • EGMR, 03.04.2014 - 56662/09

    OSHLAKOV v. RUSSIA

    The Court therefore concludes that it cannot be said that the applicant referred to any individual circumstances which could substantiate his fears of ill-treatment (see Puzan v. Ukraine, no. 51243/08, § 34, 18 February 2010, and Elmuratov v. Russia, no. 66317/09, § 84, 3 March 2011).
  • EGMR, 25.07.2017 - 48528/09

    YAKOVENKO v. RUSSIA

    The Court has already found that Articles 108, 109 and 110 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, to which the Government referred, did not entitle a detainee to initiate proceedings by which the lawfulness of his detention would be examined by a court and his release could be ordered (see Nasrulloyev, cited above, § 88; Ismoilov and Others, cited above, § 151; Elmuratov v. Russia, no. 66317/09, § 115, 3 March 2011).
  • EGMR, 20.03.2018 - 46580/08

    MALIMONENKO v. RUSSIA

    The Court has found in many cases against Russia that the domestic legal provisions governing detention pending extradition fell short of the "quality of law" standard required under the Convention and did not offer the adequate protection from arbitrary detention (see, among others, Nasrulloyev v. Russia, no. 656/06, §§ 72-77, 11 October 2007; Ismoilov and Others v. Russia, no. 2947/06, §§ 138-40, 24 April 2008; Dzhurayev v. Russia, no. 38124/07, §§ 69-77, 17 December 2009; Elmuratov v. Russia, no. 66317/09, §§ 104-12, 3 March 2011; Abdulkhakov v. Russia, no. 14743/11, §§ 171-81, 2 October 2012; Zokhidov v. Russia, no. 67286/10, §§ 155-63, 5 February 2013; and Akram Karimov v. Russia, no. 62892/12, §§ 148-53, 28 May 2014).
  • EGMR, 05.12.2017 - 40755/16

    B.T. v. RUSSIA

    Moreover, the Court had previously held the allegations that any criminal suspect in Uzbekistan ran a risk of ill-treatment to be too general (see Elmuratov v. Russia, no. 66317/09, § 84, 3 March 2011, and Bakoyev, cited above, § 115) and stated that there was no indication that the human rights situation in the requesting country was serious enough to call for a total ban on extradition to it.
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