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  • Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte

    HAKOBYAN AND OTHERS v. ARMENIA

    Art. 5, Art. 5 Abs. 1, Art. 6, Art. 6+6 Abs. 3 Buchst. b, Art. 6 Abs. 1, Art. 6 Abs. 3 Buchst. b, Art. 11, Art. 11 Abs. 1, Art. 11 Abs. 2, Art. 35, Art. 41, Protokoll Nr. 7 Art. 2 MRK
    Remainder inadmissible Violation of Article 11 - Freedom of assembly and association (Article 11-1 - Freedom of peaceful assembly) Violation of Article 5 - Right to liberty and security (Article 5-1 - Lawful arrest or detention) Violation of Article 6+6-3-b - Right ...

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    MERABISHVILI v. GEORGIA

    On the other hand, if there is some manifest irregularity which, seen in context, shows that a deprivation of liberty was chiefly meant for an ulterior purpose - the applicants are detained on vague or fabricated charges to prevent or punish their participation in rallies (see Shimovolos v. Russia, no. 30194/09, §§ 52-57, 21 June 2011; Hakobyan and Others v. Armenia, no. 34320/04, § 123, 10 April 2012; Nemtsov, cited above, § 103; Gafgaz Mammadov v. Azerbaijan, no. 60259/11, §§ 107-08, 15 October 2015; Kasparov, cited above, §§ 50-56; Huseynli and Others v. Azerbaijan, nos. 67360/11 and 2 others, §§ 146-47, 11 February 2016; and Ibrahimov and Others v. Azerbaijan, nos. 69234/11 and 2 others, §§ 126-27, 11 February 2016); or the authorities manipulate procedures to prolong the detention for the same purpose (see Navalnyy and Yashin, cited above, §§ 92-95), or to delay having to obtain judicial authorisation for the detention, as required under domestic law (see Oleksiy Mykhaylovych Zakharkin v. Ukraine, no. 1727/04, §§ 86-88, 24 June 2010), or to proceed with a disguised extradition (see Bozano v. France, cited above, §§ 59-60; Nowak v. Ukraine, no. 60846/10, § 58, 31 March 2011; Azimov v. Russia, no. 67474/11, §§ 163 and 165, 18 April 2013; and Eshonkulov v. Russia, no. 68900/13, § 65, 15 January 2015); or the applicant is illegally abducted and surrendered to another State (see Iskandarov v. Russia, no. 17185/05, §§ 109-15 and 148-51, 23 September 2010); or the citizens of another State are indiscriminately arrested with a view to being deported en masse as a measure of reprisal (see Georgia v. Russia (I) [GC], no. 13255/07, §§ 185-86, ECHR 2014 (extracts)) - the Court finds an absence of a legitimate ground for the deprivation of liberty and accordingly a breach of Article 5 § 1.
  • EGMR, 02.10.2012 - 40094/05

    VIRABYAN v. ARMENIA

    In this respect, the Court points out that, as it has recently found, in March and April 2004, which was a period of political sensitivity in Armenia, there existed an administrative practice of deterring or preventing opposition activists from participating in demonstrations, or punishing them for having done so (see Hakobyan and Others v. Armenia, 34320/04, §§ 90-99, 10 April 2012).
  • EGMR, 31.07.2014 - 1774/11

    NEMTSOV v. RUSSIA

    The Court has previously applied this reasoning in the context of Articles 10 and 11 of the Convention (see, mutatis mutandis, Europapress Holding d.o.o. v. Croatia, no. 25333/06, § 62, 22 October 2009, and Hakobyan and Others v. Armenia, no. 34320/04, §§ 92-99, 10 April 2012).
  • EGMR, 02.10.2012 - 1484/07

    KAKABADZE AND OTHERS v. GEORGIA

    It is thus evident that the judge was negligent in reviewing both the factual and the legal basis for the applicants" detention (compare with Hakobyan and Others v. Armenia, no. 34320/04, § 123, 10 April 2012), and exercised her authority in manifest opposition to the elementary procedural guarantees against arbitrariness provided for by the Convention (compare with Menesheva v. Russia, no. 59261/00, § 92, ECHR 2006-III).
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    MUSHEGH SAGHATELYAN v. ARMENIA

    The Court has previously applied this reasoning in the context of Article 11 of the Convention, including in a case against Armenia (see Hakobyan and Others v. Armenia, no. 34320/04, §§ 90-99, 10 April 2012; as well as Nemtsov, cited above, §§ 66-71; Karpyuk and Others, cited above, §§ 194-206; and Huseynli and Others v. Azerbaijan, nos. 67360/11 and 2 others, §§ 87-97, 11 February 2016).
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    HUSEYNLI AND OTHERS v. AZERBAIJAN

    The Court has previously applied this reasoning in the context of Article 11 of the Convention (see Hakobyan and Others v. Armenia, no. 34320/04, §§ 92-99, 10 April 2012 and, mutatis mutandis, Europapress Holding d.o.o. v. Croatia, no. 25333/06, § 62, 22 October 2009).
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