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   EGMR, 15.01.2009 - 46598/06   

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  • EGMR, 24.03.2011 - 23458/02

    Tod eines Demonstranten beim G-8-Gipfel in Genua

    According to the Court's case-law, Article 2 may imply in certain well-defined circumstances a positive obligation on the authorities to take preventive operational measures to protect an individual whose life is at risk from the criminal acts of another individual (see Mastromatteo v. Italy [GC], no. 37703/97, § 67 in fine, ECHR 2002-VIII; Branko Tomasic and Others v. Croatia, no. 46598/06, § 50, ECHR 2009-...; and Opuz v. Turkey, no. 33401/02, § 128, ECHR 2009-...).
  • EGMR, 14.09.2010 - 2668/07

    DINK c. TURQUIE

    Combinée avec le devoir général imposé à l'Etat par l'article 1 de la Convention de « reconna[ître] à toute personne relevant de [sa] juridiction les droits et libertés définis [dans la] Convention », l'obligation de protéger le droit à la vie que consacre l'article 2 de la Convention requiert, par implication, qu'il y ait une enquête officielle effective lorsqu'un individu perd la vie à la suite d'un recours à la force, tant par des membres de forces de l'ordre que par des tierces personnes (Branko Tomasic et autres c. Croatie, no 46598/06, § 62, CEDH 2009-... (extraits), mutatis mutandis, McCann et autres c. Royaume-Uni, 27 septembre 1995, § 161, série A no 324, et Kaya c. Turquie, 19 février 1998, § 105, Recueil 1998-I).
  • EGMR, 17.12.2009 - 4762/05

    MIKAYIL MAMMADOV v. AZERBAIJAN

    A failure to comply with the positive obligation will occur where it has been established that the authorities knew or ought to have known at the time of the existence of a real and immediate risk to the life of an identified individual from the acts of a third party (or, in particular circumstances, from self-harm) and that they failed to take measures within the scope of their powers which, judged reasonably, might have been expected to avoid that risk (ibid.; see also Branko Tomasic and Others v. Croatia, no. 46598/06, § 51, ECHR 2009-...; see also, mutatis mutandis, Tanribilir v. Turkey, no. 21422/93, § 70, 16 November 2000, in respect of a positive obligation to protect from self-harm).

    A failure to comply with this positive obligation will occur where it has been established that the authorities knew or ought to have known at the time of the existence of a real and immediate risk to the life of an identified individual from self-harm and that they failed to take measures within the scope of their powers which, judged reasonably, might have been expected to avoid that risk (see Branko Tomasic and Others v. Croatia, no. 46598/06, § 51, ECHR 2009-., and Tanribilir v. Turkey, no. 21422/93, § 70, 16 November 2000).

  • EGMR, 30.08.2016 - 49037/15

    Thomas Karremans

    The right to have third parties prosecuted or sentenced for a criminal offence cannot be asserted independently (Branko Tomasic and Others v. Croatia, no. 46598/06, § 64, 15 January 2009).
  • EGMR, 01.09.2016 - 32514/12

    MIKHNO v. UKRAINE

    Disciplinary measures may also be envisaged (see Branko Tomasic and Others v. Croatia, no. 46598/06, § 64, 15 January 2009 with further references).
  • EGMR, 01.09.2016 - 36314/06

    SVITLANA ATAMANYUK AND OTHERS v. UKRAINE

    Disciplinary measures may also be envisaged (see Branko Tomasic and Others v. Croatia, no. 46598/06, § 64, 15 January 2009 with further references).
  • EGMR, 21.12.2010 - 45744/08

    JASINSKIS v. LATVIA

    The Government referred to the Court's decision in Caraher v. the United Kingdom ((dec.), no. 24520/94, ECHR 2000-I) and the judgment Branko Tomasic and Others v. Croatia (no. 46598/06, § 38, ECHR 2009-... (extracts)) in support of their argument that in cases of use of lethal force by a State agent, as well as with regard to complaints about the failure of the State to take adequate positive measures to protect a person's life, the possibility of obtaining compensation was to be considered an adequate and sufficient remedy in respect of a substantive complaint under Article 2.
  • EGMR, 14.10.2010 - 55164/08

    A v. CROATIA

    An individual programme of this kind in respect of B takes on additional importance in view of the fact that his prison term was combined with a measure as significant as compulsory psychiatric treatment ordered by the domestic courts in relation to the serious death threats he had made (see, by way of comparison, Branko Tomasic and Others v. Croatia, no. 46598/06, § 56, ECHR 2009-...).
  • EGMR, 31.07.2014 - 35587/08

    ALIYEVA AND ALIYEV v. AZERBAIJAN

    Konvensiyanin 2-ci maddÉ?sindÉ? nÉ?zÉ?rdÉ? tutulmus yasamaq hüququnun müdafiÉ?si öhdÉ?liyi 1-ci maddÉ? ilÉ? müÉ?yyÉ?n edilmis dövlÉ?tin "öz yurisdiksiyasi altinda olan hÉ?r kÉ?sin Konvensiyada nÉ?zÉ?rdÉ? tutulmus hüquq vÉ? azadliqlardan istifadÉ?sinin tÉ?min etmÉ?k" kimi ümumi öhdÉ?liyi ilÉ? birgÉ? dolayi yolla insanlarin dövlÉ?t vÉ? ya fÉ?rdlÉ?r tÉ?rÉ?findÉ?n zor tÉ?tbiqi nÉ?ticÉ?sindÉ? öldürüldüyü zaman müÉ?yyÉ?n formada sÉ?mÉ?rÉ?li rÉ?smi istintaqin aparilmali oldugunu da tÉ?lÉ?b edir (bax: "Tanrikulu TürkiyÉ?yÉ? qarsi" (Tanrikulu v. Turkey [GC], no. 23763/94, § 103, ECHR 1999-IV); "Menson BirlÉ?smis Kralliga qarsi" (Menson v. the United Kingdom (dec.), no. 47916/99, ECHR 2003-V) vÉ? "Branko Tomasiç vÉ? DigÉ?rlÉ?ri Xorvatiyaya qarsi" (Branko Toma?.ic and Others v. Croatia, no. 46598/06, § 62, 15 January 2009)).
  • EGMR, 12.11.2013 - 43903/09

    YABANSU ET AUTRES c. TURQUIE

    Aussi, dans certaines circonstances bien définies, l'article 2 peut mettre à la charge des autorités l'obligation positive de prendre préventivement des mesures d'ordre pratique pour protéger l'individu dont la vie est menacée par les agissements criminels d'autrui (Mastromatteo c. Italie [GC], no 37703/97, § 67 in fine, CEDH 2002-VIII, Branko Tomasic et autres c. Croatie, no 46598/06, § 50, 15 janvier 2009, et Opuz c. Turquie, no 33401/02, § 128, 9 juin 2009).
  • EGMR, 22.05.2012 - 1099/08

    MLADENOVIC v. SERBIA

  • EGMR, 17.01.2012 - 46846/08

    CHOREFTAKIS ET CHOREFTAKI c. GRECE

  • EGMR, 15.12.2009 - 28634/06

    MAIORANO ET AUTRES c. ITALIE

  • EGMR - 1099/08 (anhängig)

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  • EGMR, 17.12.2013 - 22519/06

    TÜZER c. TURQUIE

  • EGMR, 10.01.2012 - 13462/06

    CESNULEVICIUS v. LITHUANIA

  • EGMR, 05.07.2011 - 11273/05

    CSIKI c. ROUMANIE

  • EGMR, 20.01.2011 - 20106/06

    JULARIC v. CROATIA

  • EGMR, 06.04.2010 - 63101/00

    FLOAREA POP c. ROUMANIE

  • EGMR, 05.02.2013 - 59707/09

    BAYTEKIN c. TURQUIE

  • EGMR, 24.04.2012 - 57693/10

    KALUCZA v. HUNGARY

  • EGMR, 06.09.2011 - 54021/10

    CUMA CELIK c. TURQUIE

  • EGMR, 15.02.2011 - 4704/04

    PALIC v. BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

  • EGMR - 29417/17 (anhängig)

    MALAGIC v. CROATIA

  • EGMR, 21.02.2012 - 4348/02

    TROFIN c. ROUMANIE

  • EGMR, 29.06.2010 - 41590/06

    ACET v. TURKEY

  • EGMR, 29.09.2009 - 19221/08

    VAN MELLE AND OTHERS v. THE NETHERLANDS

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