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  • Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte

    OZGUR GUNDEM c. TURQUIE

    Art. 10, Art. 10 Abs. 1, Art. 10 Abs. 2, Art. 14, Art. 37, Art. 37 Abs. 1 Buchst. c, Art. 41 MRK
    Violation de l'Art. 10 Non-violation de l'Art. 14 Radiation partielle du rôle Dommage matériel - réparation pécuniaire Préjudice moral - réparation pécuniaire Remboursement partiel frais et dépens - procédure de la Convention (französisch)

  • Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte

    OZGUR GUNDEM v. TURKEY

    Art. 10, Art. 10 Abs. 1, Art. 10 Abs. 2, Art. 14, Art. 37, Art. 37 Abs. 1 Buchst. c, Art. 41 MRK
    Violation of Art. 10 No violation of Art. 14 Partly struck out of the list Pecuniary damage - financial award Non-pecuniary damage - financial award Costs and expenses partial award - Convention proceedings (englisch)

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    Another factor has been whether the statements, fairly construed and seen in their immediate or wider context, could be seen as a direct or indirect call for violence or as a justification of violence, hatred or intolerance (see, among other authorities, Incal v. Turkey, 9 June 1998, § 50, Reports 1998-IV; Sürek (no. 1), cited above, § 62; Özgür Gündem v. Turkey, no. 23144/93, § 64, ECHR 2000-III; Gündüz v. Turkey, no. 35071/97, §§ 48 and 51, ECHR 2003-XI; Soulas and Others, cited above, §§ 39-41 and 43; Balsyte-Lideikiene, cited above, §§ 79-80; Féret, cited above, §§ 69-73 and 78; Hizb ut-Tahrir and Others, cited above, § 73; Kasymakhunov and Saybatalov, cited above, §§ 107-12; Fáber v. Hungary, no. 40721/08, §§ 52 and 56-58, 24 July 2012; and Vona, cited above, §§ 64-67).
  • EGMR, 12.09.2011 - 28955/06

    PALOMO SANCHEZ ET AUTRES c. ESPAGNE

    In certain cases the State has a positive obligation to protect the right to freedom of expression, even against interference by private persons (see Fuentes Bobo, cited above, § 38; Özgür Gündem v. Turkey, no. 23144/93, §§ 42-46, ECHR 2000-III; and Dink, cited above, § 106).
  • EGMR, 27.01.2015 - 36925/10

    Gefängnisse in Bulgarien: Unwürdige Zustände

    Moreover, since the issue raised by Mr Simeonov - the conditions in Burgas Prison - was also raised by Mr Tsekov and Mr Zlatev, and since Mr Simeonov is no longer incarcerated, respect for human rights does not require the Court to continue examining his application by reference to Article 37 § 1 in fine (see, mutatis mutandis, Özgür Gündem v. Turkey, no. 23144/93, §§ 34 and 36, ECHR 2000-III; Stec and Others, cited above, § 32; Ivanov and Others v. Bulgaria, no. 46336/99, § 32, 24 November 2005; and Shesti Mai Engineering OOD and Others v. Bulgaria, no. 17854/04, § 62, 20 September 2011).
  • EGMR, 02.09.1998 - 22495/93

    YASA c. TURQUIE

    The Commission had also noted that certain cases pending before it (applications nos. 22492/93, 22496/93, 23144/93 and 25301/94) likewise concerned measures taken against and attacks on the Özgür Gündem, and people connected with its publication and distribution.

    That approach has to be assessed in the light of the fact that the Commission found that there were a number of attacks involving killings in south-east Turkey on journalists, newspaper kiosks and distributors of the Özgür Gündem and that some of those incidents had even formed the subject matter of applications to it (nos. 22492/93, 22496/93, 23144/93 and 25301/94 - see paragraphs 52-59 of the Commission's report).

  • EGMR, 17.07.2018 - 38004/12

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    Another factor has been whether the statements, fairly construed and seen in their immediate or wider context, could be seen as a direct or indirect call for violence or as a justification of violence, hatred or intolerance (see, among other authorities, Incal v. Turkey, 9 June 1998, § 50, Reports 1998-IV; Sürek (no. 1), cited above, § 62; Özgür Gündem v. Turkey, no. 23144/93, § 64, ECHR 2000-III; Gündüz v. Turkey, no. 35071/97, §§ 48 and 51, ECHR 2003-XI; Soulas and Others, cited above, §§ 39-41 and 43; Balsyte-Lideikiene, cited above, §§ 79-80; Féret, cited above, §§ 69-73 and 78; Hizb ut-Tahrir and Others v. Germany (dec.), no. 31098/08, § 73, 12 June 2012; Kasymakhunov and Saybatalov, cited above, §§ 107-12; Fáber v. Hungary, no. 40721/08, §§ 52 and 56-58, 24 July 2012; and Vona v. Hungary, no. 35943/10, §§ 64-67, ECHR 2013).
  • EGMR, 13.04.2017 - 10653/10

    HUSEYNOVA v. AZERBAIJAN

    The Court considers that the present case should also be distinguished from the case of Özgür Gündem where the domestic authorities â?? which were aware of a series of violent actions against a newspaper and people associated with it â?? did not take any action to protect the newspaper and its journalists (see Özgür Gündem v. Turkey, no. 23144/93, § 44, ECHR 2000-III).

    [6] See Özgür Gündem v. Turkey, no. 23144/93, 16 March 2000, § 43, ECHR 2000-III; Dink v. Turkey, cited above, § 106; and Fuentes Bobo v. Spain, no. 39293/98, § 38, 29 February 2000.

  • EGMR, 29.01.2015 - 54204/08

    UZEYIR JAFAROV v. AZERBAIJAN

    Relying on the Court's judgment in the case of Özgür Gündem v. Turkey (no. 23144/93, 16 March 2000), the applicant also argued that the Government had failed to comply with their positive obligations under Article 10 of the Convention.

    The Court also reiterates that the key importance of freedom of expression as one of the preconditions for a functioning democracy is such that the genuine, effective exercise of this freedom is not dependent merely on the State's duty not to interfere, but may call for positive measures of protection, even in the sphere of relations between individuals (see Özgür Gündem v. Turkey, no. 23144/93, § 43, ECHR 2000-III).

  • EGMR, 18.06.2013 - 8029/07

    GÜN ET AUTRES c. TURQUIE

    Or il incombe aux autorités nationales compétentes de prendre des mesures d'enquête efficaces sur de tels actes illégaux accompagnés de violence (Özgür Gündem c. Turquie, no 23144/93, § 45, CEDH 2000-III et Ouranio Toxo et autres c. Grèce, no 74989/01, § 43, CEDH 2005-X).
  • EGMR, 13.01.2011 - 16354/06

    Mouvement Raelien Suisse ./. Schweiz

    Above all, in the present case the issue is not one of positive obligations, in which the extent of the State's responsibilities must not be interpreted as imposing on the authorities an unbearable or excessive burden (see Özgür Gündem v. Turkey, no. 23144/93, § 43, ECHR 2000-III); whilst it is true that, in both hypotheses - positive and negative obligations - the State enjoys a certain margin of appreciation, the Court has found that this margin of appreciation is narrower as regards the negative obligations under the Convention (see Women On Waves and Others v. Portugal, no. 31276/05, § 40, 3 February 2009).
  • EGMR, 28.03.2000 - 22492/93

    KILIC v. TURKEY

    Il n'est pas contesté que de nombreuses agressions meurtrières ont été commises contre des journalistes, des kiosques à journaux et des distributeurs du quotidien (voir l'arrêt Yasa, ibidem, et l'affaire Erzöz et autres c. Turquie pendante devant la Cour, requête n° 23144/93, rapport de la Commission du 29 octobre 1998, §§ 28-62 et 141-142, non publié).
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    SHESTI MAI ENGINEERING OOD AND OTHERS v. BULGARIA

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    IBRAHIM AKSOY c. TURQUIE

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