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   EGMR, 19.10.2004 - 17707/02   

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  • EGMR, 06.10.2005 - 74025/01

    HIRST c. ROYAUME-UNI (N° 2)

    For example, the imposition of a minimum age may be envisaged with a view to ensuring the maturity of those participating in the electoral process or, in some circumstances, eligibility may be geared to criteria, such as residence, to identify those with sufficiently continuous or close links to, or a stake in, the country concerned (see Hilbe v. Liechtenstein (dec.), no. 31981/96, ECHR 1999-VI, and Melnychenko v. Ukraine, no. 17707/02, § 56, ECHR 2004-X).
  • Generalanwalt beim EuGH, 06.04.2006 - C-145/04

    GENERALANWALT ANTONIO TIZZANO TRÄGT SEINE SCHLUSSANTRÄGE IN ZWEI RECHTSSACHEN

    1999-VI; Urteile vom 19. Oktober 2004, Melnitchenko/Ukraine, Nr. 17707/02, Rep.
  • EGMR, 15.06.2006 - 33554/03

    LYKOUREZOS v. GREECE

    Or les droits garantis par l'article 3 du Protocole no 1, droits inhérents à la notion de régime véritablement démocratique, ne seraient qu'illusoires si l'intéressé ou ses électeurs pouvaient à tout moment en être arbitrairement privés (voir, mutatis mutandis, Melnitchenko c. Ukraine, no 17707/02, § 59, CEDH 2004-X).
  • EGMR, 09.06.2016 - 41939/07

    PILAV v. BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

    Relevant considerations include (1) the assumption that a non-resident citizen is less directly or continuously concerned with, and has less knowledge of, a country's day-to-day problems; (2) the impracticality and sometimes undesirability (in some cases impossibility) of parliamentary candidates presenting the different electoral issues to citizens living elsewhere so as to secure the free expression of opinion; (3) the influence of resident citizens on the selection of candidates and on the formulation of their electoral programmes; and (4) the correlation between one's right to vote in parliamentary elections and being directly affected by the acts of the political bodies so elected (see Melnychenko v. Ukraine, no. 17707/02, §§ 56-57, ECHR 2004-X).
  • EGMR, 11.01.2007 - 55066/00

    RUSSIAN CONSERVATIVE PARTY OF ENTREPRENEURS v. RUSSIA

    Consequently, while it is true that States have a wide margin of appreciation when establishing eligibility conditions in the abstract, the principle that rights must be effective requires the finding that this or that candidate has failed to satisfy them to comply with a number of criteria framed to prevent arbitrary decisions (see Podkolzina, cited above, § 35, and Melnychenko v. Ukraine, no. 17707/02, § 59, ECHR 2004-X).
  • EGMR, 02.03.2010 - 78039/01

    GROSARU c. ROUMANIE

    Furthermore, they referred to the Court's case-law concerning Article 3 of Protocol No. 1 to the Convention, according to which the Court does not award amounts in respect of pecuniary damage in this domain (see Podkolzina, cited above, § 49; Aziz v. Cyprus, no. 69949/01, § 43, ECHR 2004-V; Melnychenko v. Ukraine, no. 17707/02, § 75, ECHR 2004-X; and Hirst v. the United Kingdom (no. 2) [GC], no. 74025/01, § 94, ECHR 2005-IX).
  • EGMR, 08.07.2008 - 9103/04

    "Partei Labour Georgien" ./. Georgien

    The Court reiterates that, under its case-law, the notion of "individual rights" (see Aziz v. Cyprus, no. 69949/01, § 25, ECHR 2004-V, and Ždanoka v. Latvia [GC], no. 58278/00, § 102, ECHR 2006-...) or "subjective rights" (see Melnychenko v. Ukraine, no. 17707/02, § 54, ECHR 2004-X) to stand for election under Article 3 of Protocol No. 1 have mostly been confined to physical persons.
  • EGMR, 19.07.2007 - 17864/04

    KRASNOV AND SKURATOV v. RUSSIA

    Consequently, while it is true that States have a wide margin of appreciation when establishing eligibility conditions in the abstract, the principle that rights must be effective requires the finding that this or that candidate has failed to satisfy them to comply with a number of criteria framed to prevent arbitrary decisions (see Russian Conservative Party of Entrepreneurs and Others v. Russia, nos. 55066/00 and 55638/00, § 50, 11 January 2007; Podkolzina, cited above, § 35; and Melnychenko v. Ukraine, no. 17707/02, § 59, ECHR 2004-X).
  • EGMR, 26.05.2015 - 30537/12

    SOBERANÍA DE LA RAZÓN AND OTHERS v. SPAIN

    The Court has accepted that stricter requirements may be imposed on eligibility to stand for election to parliament, as distinguished from voting eligibility (see Yumak and Sadak, cited above, § 109 and Melnychenko v. Ukraine, no. 17707/02, § 57, ECHR 2004-X).
  • EGMR, 14.12.2010 - 39973/07

    EREL AND DAMDELEN v. CYPRUS

    Relevant considerations include (1) the assumption that a non-resident citizen is less directly or continuously concerned with, and has less knowledge of, a country's day-to-day problems; (2) the impracticality and sometimes undesirability (in some cases impossibility) of parliamentary candidates presenting the different electoral issues to citizens living elsewhere so as to secure the free expression of opinion; (3) the influence of resident citizens on the selection of candidates and on the formulation of their electoral programmes; and (4) the correlation between one's right to vote in parliamentary elections and being directly affected by the acts of the political bodies so elected (Melnychenko v. Ukraine, (no. 17707/02, § 56, ECHR 2004-X and authorities cited therein).
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