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  • Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte

    KASPAROV AND OTHERS v. RUSSIA (No. 2)

    Violation of Article 11 - Freedom of assembly and association (Article 11-1 - Freedom of peaceful assembly);No violation of Article 5 - Right to liberty and security (Article 5-1 - Lawful arrest or detention);Violation of Article 5 - Right to liberty and security ...

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  • EGMR, 28.11.2017 - 72508/13

    MERABISHVILI v. GEORGIA

    Even after that judgment the Court has on a number of occasions dismissed or declined to examine complaints under Article 18 without giving detailed reasons, as it had done before 2004 (see, among others, Öcalan v. Turkey [GC], no. 46221/99, § 206, ECHR 2005-IV; Sisojeva and Others v. Latvia (striking out) [GC], no. 60654/00, § 129, ECHR 2007-I; Nemtsov v. Russia, no. 1774/11, §§ 129-30, 31 July 2014; Navalnyy and Yashin v. Russia, no. 76204/11, § 116-17, 4 December 2014; Frumkin v. Russia, no. 74568/12, §§ 172-73, ECHR 2016 (extracts); Kasparov v. Russia, no. 53659/07, §§ 73-74, 11 October 2016; and Kasparov and Others v. Russia (no. 2), no. 51988/07, § 55, 13 December 2016).

    29580/12 and 4 others, 2 February 2017;[45] and Kasparov and Others v. Russia (no. 2), no. 51988/07, 13 December 2016.

  • EGMR, 14.11.2017 - 41226/09

    Türkei verurteilt: Nicht jeder ist ein Terrorist

    Moreover, the application of the provision at issue was not only likely to deter those who were found criminally liable from re-exercising their rights under Articles 10 and 11 of the Convention, but also had a great deal of potential to deter other members of the public from attending demonstrations and, more generally, from participating in open political debate (see, mutatis mutandis, Huseynli and Others v. Azerbaijan, nos. 67360/11 and 2 others, § 99, 11 February 2016; Süleyman Çelebi and Others v. Turkey, nos. 37273/10 and 17 others, § 134, 24 May 2016; and Kasparov and Others v. Russia (no. 2), no. 51988/07, § 32, 13 December 2016).
  • EGMR, 13.02.2018 - 5865/07

    BUTKEVICH v. RUSSIA

    The Court held that in the dispute over the key facts underlying the charges where the only adverse witnesses were the police officers who had played an active role in the contested events, it was indispensable for the courts to use every reasonable opportunity to verify their incriminating statements (see Kasparov and Others v. Russia (no. 2), no. 51988/07, § 48, 13 December 2016 and the cases cited therein).
  • EGMR, 10.07.2018 - 46713/10

    BAKIR AND OTHERS v. TURKEY

    Moreover, the application of the provision at issue was not only likely to deter those who were found criminally liable from exercising their rights under Articles 10 and 11 of the Convention in the future, but also had a great deal of potential to deter other members of the public from attending demonstrations and, more generally, from participating in open political debate (see, mutatis mutandis, Huseynli and Others v. Azerbaijan, nos. 67360/11 and 2 others, § 99, 11 February 2016; Süleyman Çelebi and Others v. Turkey, nos. 37273/10 and 17 others, § 134, 24 May 2016; Kasparov and Others v. Russia (no. 2), no. 51988/07, § 32, 13 December 2016; and Isikirik, cited above, § 69).
  • EGMR, 10.07.2018 - 57316/10

    IMRET v. TURKEY (No. 2)

    Moreover, the application of the provision at issue was not only likely to deter those who were found criminally liable from exercising their rights under Articles 10 and 11 of the Convention in the future, but also had a great deal of potential to deter other members of the public from attending demonstrations and, more generally, from participating in open political debate (see, mutatis mutandis, Huseynli and Others v. Azerbaijan, nos. 67360/11 and 2 others, § 99, 11 February 2016; Süleyman Çelebi and Others v. Turkey, nos. 37273/10 and 17 others, § 134, 24 May 2016; Kasparov and Others v. Russia (no. 2), no. 51988/07, § 32, 13 December 2016; and Isikirik, cited above, § 69).
  • EGMR - 74343/17 (anhängig)

    VALKOVICH v. RUSSIA

    - Was the applicant afforded the opportunity to plead his case in the domestic courts, in particular to submit additional evidence or to call defence witnesses (see Kasparov and Others v. Russia (no. 2), no. 51988/07, §§ 48-51, 13 December 2016)?.
  • EGMR - 78686/17 (anhängig)

    VASHCHENKO v. RUSSIA and 3 other applications

    25501/07 and 4 others, 26 April 2016; Karelin v. Russia, no. 926/08, 20 September 2016; Frumkin v. Russia, no. 74568/12, ECHR 2016 (extracts); Kasparov and Others v. Russia (no. 2), no. 51988/07, 13 December 2016; Lashmankin and Others v. Russia, nos.
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