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   EGMR, 11.12.2012 - 17012/09   

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https://dejure.org/2012,55151
EGMR, 11.12.2012 - 17012/09 (https://dejure.org/2012,55151)
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  • EGMR, 06.11.2018 - 18720/08

    BADUASHVILI v. GEORGIA

    The relevant general principles concerning the adequacy of medical treatment in prisons were summarised by the Court in the cases of Blokhin v. Russia ([GC], no. 47152/06, §§ 135-140, ECHR 2016, with further references therein); Goginashvili v. Georgia (cited above, §§ 69-70); Irakli Mindadze v. Georgia (no. 17012/09, §§ 39-40, 11 December 2012); and Jeladze v. Georgia (no. 1871/08, §§ 41-42, 18 December 2012).
  • EGMR, 24.03.2016 - 56660/12

    KORNEYKOVA AND KORNEYKOV v. UKRAINE

    The Court considers that this grievance is not an elaboration on the first applicant's original complaint about the conditions of her detention with her baby from 14 March to 8 November 2012 in cell no. 408. Accordingly, the Court does not find it appropriate to take up this new matter in the context of the present application (see, for example, Irakli Mindadze v. Georgia, no. 17012/09, § 25, 11 December 2012, with further references).
  • EGMR, 23.11.2017 - 37747/08

    KITIASHVILI v. GEORGIA

    The relevant general principles concerning the adequacy of medical treatment in prisons have been summarised by the Court in the case of Blokhin v. Russia ([GC], no. 47152/06, §§ 135-140, ECHR 2016, with further references therein; see also Goginashvili, cited above, §§ 69-70; Jeladze v. Georgia, no. 1871/08, §§ 41-42, 18 December 2012; and Irakli Mindadze v. Georgia, no. 17012/09, §§ 39-40, 11 December 2012).
  • EGMR, 07.09.2017 - 26657/07

    MIRZASHVILI v. GEORGIA

    The relevant general principles concerning the adequacy of medical treatment in prisons were summarised by the Court in the cases of Blokhin v. Russia ([GC], no. 47152/06, §§ 135-140, ECHR 2016, with further references therein); Goginashvili (cited above, §§ 69-70); Jeladze (cited above, §§ 41-42); and Irakli Mindadze v. Georgia (no. 17012/09, §§ 39-40, 11 December 2012).
  • EGMR, 20.12.2018 - 51772/08

    KIKALISHVILI v. GEORGIA

    The relevant general principles concerning the adequacy of medical treatment in prisons have been summarised by the Court in the case of Blokhin v. Russia ([GC], no. 47152/06, §§ 135-140, ECHR 2016, with further references therein; see also Goginashvili v. Georgia, no. 47729/08, §§ 69-70, 4 October 2011; Jeladze v. Georgia, no. 1871/08, §§ 41-42, 18 December 2012; and Irakli Mindadze v. Georgia, no. 17012/09, §§ 39-40, 11 December 2012).
  • EGMR, 08.11.2018 - 13185/07

    ROSTOMASHVILI v. GEORGIA

    The relevant general principles concerning the adequacy of medical treatment in prisons were summarised by the Court in the cases of Blokhin v. Russia ([GC], no. 47152/06, §§ 135-140, ECHR 2016, with further references therein); Goginashvili (cited above, §§ 69-70); Irakli Mindadze v. Georgia (no. 17012/09, §§ 39-40, 11 December 2012); and Jeladze v. Georgia (no. 1871/08, §§ 41-42, 18 December 2012).
  • EGMR, 21.12.2017 - 55506/08

    MESKHIDZE v. GEORGIA

    The relevant general principles concerning the adequacy of medical treatment in prisons were summarised by the Court in the cases of Blokhin v. Russia ([GC], no. 47152/06, §§ 135-140, ECHR 2016, with further references therein); see also Goginashvili (cited above, §§ 69-70); Irakli Mindadze v. Georgia (no. 17012/09, §§ 39-40, 11 December 2012, and Jeladze v. Georgia (no. 1871/08, §§ 41-42, 18 December 2012).
  • EGMR, 29.06.2017 - 33323/08

    POGHOSOV v. GEORGIA

    The Court observes that the application form concerned the applicant's alleged infection with TB in prison, the lack of adequate medical treatment in this regard, and the allegedly poor conditions of the applicant's detention in Tbilisi Prison no. 1. Therefore, in the Court's view, the new complaints concerning the applicant's alleged ill-treatment and several episodes of self-harm cannot be considered as an elaboration of the applicant's original complaints on which the parties have commented and hence these matters cannot be taken up in the context of the present application (see Irakli Mindadze v. Georgia, no. 17012/09, § 25, 11 December 2012, with further references therein).
  • EGMR, 24.06.2014 - 10300/07

    MIMINOSHVILI v. GEORGIA

    In this regard, the Court notes that it has already established in a number of cases, including those brought against Georgia, its practice concerning the lack of adequate medical care in prison (see, for instance, Jeladze v. Georgia, no. 1871/08, §§ 50 and 57, 18 December 2012; Irakli Mindadze v. Georgia, no. 17012/09, §§ 48 and 53, 11 December 2012; and Jashi v. Georgia, no. 10799/06, §§ 70 and 74, 8 January 2013).
  • EGMR, 15.05.2018 - 23919/09

    TCHRELASHVILI v. GEORGIA

    By disclosing all the information necessary for the assessment of the quality of the treatment in issue, the Government have discharged their burden of proof, assisting the Court in its task of factual determination, and the applicant's subsequent objections must be treated with caution (see Goginashvili, cited above, § 72; see a contrario, Irakli Mindadze v. Georgia, no. 17012/09, §§ 42-43, 11 December 2012, and Meskhidze v. Georgia [Committee], no. 55506/08, § 45, 21 December 2017).
  • EGMR, 08.04.2014 - 17295/09

    MARAKVELIDZE v. GEORGIA

  • EGMR, 04.03.2014 - 30968/08

    BARATASHVILEBI v. GEORGIA

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