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   EGMR, 08.06.2010 - 4870/02   

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https://dejure.org/2010,64170
EGMR, 08.06.2010 - 4870/02 (https://dejure.org/2010,64170)
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  • EGMR, 24.07.2012 - 40721/08

    FÁBER v. HUNGARY

    In fact, the Court established the "clear and imminent danger" standard in Gül and Others v. Turkey (no. 4870/02, § 42, 8 June 2010) and Kılıç and Eren v. Turkey (no. 43807/07, § 29, 29 November 2011), and had already implicitly done so in Ergin v. Turkey (no. 6) (no. 47533/99, § 34, 4 May 2006), when it considered whether the applicant's action could "precipitate immediate desertion".
  • EGMR, 10.07.2018 - 46713/10

    BAKIR AND OTHERS v. TURKEY

    The Court applied the same principle in the case of Gül and others v. Turkey (4870/02) and held that the criminal conviction of the applicants on the basis of Article 169 of the former Penal Code constituted an interference with their right to freedom of expression, since the only evidence used against them was the content of the slogans they shouted during a public demonstration.

    As regards the necessity of the interference in a democratic society, the Court notes that it has already examined similar grievances in a number of cases and found violations of Articles 10 and 11 of the Convention (see, for example, Savgin v. Turkey, no. 13304/03, §§ 39-48, 2 February 2010; Gül and Others v. Turkey, no. 4870/02, §§ 32-45, 8 June 2010; Mentes v. Turkey (no. 2), no. 33347/04, §§ 39-54, 25 January 2011; Kiliç and Eren v. Turkey, no. 43807/07, §§ 20-31, 29 November 2011; Faruk Temel, cited above, §§ 58-64; Öner and Türk, cited above, §§ 19-27; Gülcü, cited above, §§ 110-17; and Belge, cited above, §§ 24-38).

  • EGMR, 10.07.2018 - 57316/10

    IMRET v. TURKEY (No. 2)

    The Court applied the same principle in the case of Gül and others v. Turkey (4870/02) and held that the criminal conviction of the applicants on the basis of Article 169 of the former Penal Code constituted an interference with their right to freedom of expression, since the only evidence used against them was the content of the slogans they shouted during a public demonstration.
  • EGMR, 25.09.2018 - 5782/10

    POLAT AND TALI v. TURKEY

    25067/94 and 25068/94, §§ 32-55, ECHR 1999-IV; Gerger v. Turkey [GC], no. 24919/94, §§ 34-52, 8 July 1999; Koç and Tambas v. Turkey, no. 50934/99, §§ 25-40, 21 March 2006; Ulusoy v. Turkey, no. 52709/99, §§ 31-49, 31 July 2007; Savgin v. Turkey, no. 13304/03, §§ 39-48, 2 February 2010; Gül and Others v. Turkey, no. 4870/02, §§ 32-45, 8 June 2010; Mentes v. Turkey (no. 2), no. 33347/04, §§ 39-54, 25 January 2011; Kiliç and Eren v. Turkey, no. 43807/07, §§ 20-31, 29 November 2011; Faruk Temel, cited above, §§ 58-64; Yavuz and Yaylali v. Turkey, no. 12606/11, §§ 42-55, 17 December 2013; Öner and Türk, cited above, §§ 19-27, 31 March 2015; and Belge v. Turkey, no. 50171/09, §§ 24-38, 6 December 2016).
  • EGMR, 19.06.2018 - 70107/11

    SARITAS AND GEYIK v. TURKEY

    Referring, in particular, to the Court's judgments in Gül and Others v. Turkey (no. 4870/02, 8 June 2010) and Faruk Temel v. Turkey (no. 16853/05, 1 February 2011), the applicants claimed that their conviction was not necessary in a democratic society.
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