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   EGMR, 15.12.2015 - 32917/13   

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https://dejure.org/2015,37917
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  • Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte

    KHALVASH v. RUSSIA

    Preliminary objection joined to merits and dismissed (Article 35-1 - Exhaustion of domestic remedies);Violation of Article 3 - Prohibition of torture (Article 3 - Degrading treatment) (Substantive aspect);No violation of Article 13 - Right to an effective remedy (Article 13 - Effective remedy) (englisch)




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  • EGMR, 17.10.2017 - 56220/15

    AMIROV v. RUSSIA

    In assessing the Government's argument that the applicant failed to exhaust the available avenues of domestic protection regarding the allegedly inadequate medical treatment, the Court reiterates that it has consistently held that the remedies proposed by the Government do not satisfy the relevant criteria (see Yunzel v. Russia, no. 60627/09, § 44, 13 December 2016; Piskunov v. Russia, no. 3933/12, § 46, 4 October 2016; Ivko v. Russia, no. 30575/08, §§ 85-88, 15 December 2015; Khalvash v. Russia, no. 32917/13, §§ 49-52, 15 December 2015; Patranin v. Russia, no. 12983/14, §§ 82-88, 23 July 2015; Koryak v. Russia, no. 24677/10, §§ 82-86, 13 November 2012; and Reshetnyak v. Russia, no. 56027/10, §§ 65-73, 8 January 2013).
  • EGMR, 22.11.2016 - 49106/09

    VASILYADI v. RUSSIA

    While assessing the Government's argument that the applicant had failed to exhaust the available avenues of domestic protection regarding the allegedly inadequate medical treatment, the Court reiterates that it has consistently held that the remedies proposed by the Government did not satisfy the relevant criteria (see Ivko, cited above, §§ 85-88; Khalvash v. Russia, no. 32917/13, §§ 49-52, 15 December 2015; Patranin v. Russia, no. 12983/14, §§ 82-88, 23 July 2015; Koryak, cited above, §§ 82-86; and Reshetnyak v. Russia, no. 56027/10, §§ 65-73, 8 January 2013).
  • EGMR, 04.10.2016 - 12646/15

    MAYLENSKIY v. RUSSIA

    In assessing the Government's argument that the applicant failed to exhaust the available avenues of domestic protection regarding the allegedly inadequate medical treatment, the Court notes that it has consistently held that the remedies proposed by the Government do not satisfy the relevant criteria (see Ivko, cited above, §§ 85-88; Khalvash v. Russia, no. 32917/13, §§ 49-52, 15 December 2015; Patranin v. Russia, no. 12983/14, §§ 82-88, 23 July 2015; Koryak, cited above, §§ 82-86; and Reshetnyak v. Russia, no. 56027/10, §§ 65-73, 8 January 2013).
  • EGMR, 20.09.2016 - 12987/15

    KONDRULIN v. RUSSIA

    In assessing the Government's argument that the applicant failed to exhaust the available avenues of domestic protection regarding the allegedly inadequate medical treatment, the Court reiterates that it has consistently held that the remedies proposed by the Government do not satisfy the relevant criteria (see Ivko, cited above, §§ 85-88; Khalvash v. Russia, no. 32917/13, §§ 49-52, 15 December 2015; Patranin v. Russia, no. 12983/14, §§ 82-88, 23 July 2015; Koryak v. Russia, no. 24677/10, §§ 82-86, 13 November 2012; and Reshetnyak v. Russia, no. 56027/10, §§ 65-73, 8 January 2013).
  • EGMR, 13.11.2018 - 23183/15

    A.T. v. ESTONIA

    The Court notes that in situations which concern the medical treatment of prisoners, the State authorities have, on the one hand, an obligation to provide detainees with the requisite medical assistance to secure their health and well-being (see Mozer v. the Republic of Moldova and Russia [GC], no. 11138/10, § 178, ECHR 2016, and Khalvash v. Russia, no. 32917/13, § 55, 15 December 2015).
  • EGMR, 20.02.2018 - 8685/15

    V.S. v. ESTONIA

    The Court reiterates in this regard that even though Article 3 does not entitle a detainee to be released "on compassionate grounds", it has always interpreted the requirement to secure the health and well-being of detainees, among other things, as an obligation on the part of the State to provide detainees with the requisite medical assistance (see Mozer v. the Republic of Moldova and Russia [GC], no. 11138/10, § 178, ECHR 2016, and Khalvash v. Russia, no. 32917/13, § 55, 15 December 2015).
  • EGMR, 13.12.2016 - 8741/15

    PASHKEVICH v. RUSSIA

    Furthermore, the Court has on many occasions established that there are no effective domestic remedies in Russia to complain about the quality of medical treatment in detention or detention conditions (see, among many other authorities, Butrin v. Russia, no. 16179/14, §§ 43-45, 22 March 2016; Khalvash v. Russia, no. 32917/13, §§ 49-52, 15 December 2015; Patranin, cited above, § 86; Gorbulya v. Russia, no. 31535/09, §§ 56-58, 6 March 2014; Semikhvostov, cited above, §§ 61-68; Reshetnyak, cited above, §§ 65-73; Dirdizov, cited above, § 75; and Koryak, cited above, §§ 86-93).
  • EGMR, 13.12.2016 - 60627/09

    YUNZEL v. RUSSIA

    In assessing the Government's argument that the applicant failed to exhaust the available avenues of domestic protection regarding the allegedly inadequate medical treatment, the Court reiterates that it has consistently held that the remedies proposed by the Government do not satisfy the relevant criteria (see Ivko, cited above, §§ 85-88; Khalvash v. Russia, no. 32917/13, §§ 49-52, 15 December 2015; Patranin v. Russia, no. 12983/14, §§ 82-88, 23 July 2015; Koryak v. Russia, no. 24677/10, §§ 82-86, 13 November 2012; and Reshetnyak v. Russia, no. 56027/10, §§ 65-73, 8 January 2013).
  • EGMR, 02.05.2017 - 66823/12

    NIZOV v. RUSSIA

    The Court has consistently held that the remedies proposed by the Government, including those they have proposed in the present case, do not satisfy the relevant criteria (see Yunzel v. Russia, no. 60627/09, §§ 44-45, 13 December 2016; Urazov v. Russia, no. 42147/05, §§ 66-70, 14 June 2016; Ivko v. Russia (no. 30575/08, §§ 86-88, 15 December 2015; Khalvash v. Russia, no. 32917/13, §§ 49-52, 15 December 2015; Patranin v. Russia, no. 12983/14, §§ 82-88, 23 July 2015; Koryak v. Russia, no. 24677/10, §§ 82-86, 13 November 2012; and Reshetnyak v. Russia, no. 56027/10, §§ 65-73, 8 January 2013).
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