|EGMR, 16.11.2006 - 11801/04|
- Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte
TSALKITZIS c. GRECE
Art. 6, Art. 6 Abs. 1, Art. 29, Art. 29 Abs. 3, Art. 35, Art. 35 Abs. 1, Art. 35 Abs. 3, Art. 41 MRK
Violation de l'art. 6-1 Préjudice moral - réparation pécuniaire Remboursement partiel frais et dépens - procédures nationale et de la Convention (französisch)
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- EGMR, 19.10.2017 - 72624/10
TSALKITZIS v. GREECE (No. 2)On 16 November 2006 the Court delivered a judgment concluding that the refusal by the President of Parliament to lift C.T."s immunity for acts that had allegedly been committed prior to his election had violated the applicant's right of access to a court under Article 6 § 1 of the Convention (Tsalkitzis v. Greece, no. 11801/04, 16 November 2006).
"... Following this, the party who had filed the criminal complaint, Vasileios Tsalkitzis, lodged application no. 11801/04 with the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, complaining that Greece had not lifted C.T."s parliamentary immunity and that criminal proceedings had not been initiated against him.
In this connection, the Court observes that to date, the execution of judgment no. 11801/04 is still pending before the Committee of Ministers.
- EGMR, 11.02.2010 - 24895/07
SYNGELIDIS v. GREECEThe applicant noted that the present case raised an issue concerning parliamentary immunity which had already been resolved by the Court following its judgments in the cases of Cordova v. Italy (no. 1) (no. 40877/98, ECHR 2003-I) and Tsalkitzis v. Greece (no. 11801/04, 16 November 2006).
This is particularly so where the restrictions on the right of access stem from the resolution of a political body (see Kart v. Turkey, cited above, § 83, and Tsalkitzis v. Greece, no. 11801/04, § 49, 16 November 2006).
- EGMR, 19.04.2018 - 11946/11
DIMITRAS v. GREECEHe cited in that connection the Court's cases Tsalkitzis v. Greece (no. 11801/04, 16 November 2006) and Syngelidis v. Greece (no. 24895/07, 11 February 2010).
However, citing the Court's case-law with regard to the exhaustion of domestic remedies (Tsalkitzis v. Greece, no. 11801/04, §§ 32-34, 16 November 2006), the applicant argued that he had made normal use of the remedies available in domestic law and he was not obliged to lodge an action for damages before the civil courts in addition to his civil-party claim to the criminal proceedings.
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