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   EGMR, 20.01.2011 - 30112/04   

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https://dejure.org/2011,56125
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  • EGMR, 10.01.2012 - 42525/07

    ANANYEV AND OTHERS v. RUSSIA

    Where the cell accommodated not so many detainees but was rather small in overall size, the Court noted that, deduction being made of the place occupied by bunk beds, a table, and a cubicle in which a lavatory pan was placed, the remaining floor space was hardly sufficient even to pace out the cell (see Yevgeniy Alekseyenko v. Russia, no. 41833/04, § 87, 27 January 2011; Petrenko v. Russia, no. 30112/04, § 39, 20 January 2011; Gladkiy, § 68, Trepashkin (no. 2), § 113, both cited above; Arefyev v. Russia, no. 29464/03, § 59, 4 November 2010; and Lutokhin, cited above, § 57).

    Petrenko v. Russia, no. 30112/04, 20 January 2011 (IZ-47/1, St Petersburg, 2001-2004).

  • EGMR, 06.03.2014 - 31535/09

    GORBULYA v. RUSSIA

    The Court reiterates that it has already found a violation of Article 3 of the Convention on account of an acute lack of personal space in the cells of facility IZ-47/1 in respect of the time during which the applicant was held there (see Andrey Frolov v. Russia, no. 205/02, §§ 43-51, 29 March 2007; Seleznev v. Russia, no. 15591/03, §§ 38-48, 26 June 2008; Lutokhin v. Russia, no. 12008/03, §§ 53-59, 8 April 2010; Petrenko v. Russia, no. 30112/04, §§ 35-41, 20 January 2011; Tsarenko v. Russia, no. 5235/09, §§ 47-53, 3 March 2011; and Popandopulo v. Russia, no. 4512/09, §§ 84-89, 10 May 2011).
  • EGMR, 24.06.2014 - 72710/11

    YARASHONEN v. TURKEY

    The Court also takes into account the space occupied by the furniture items in the living area in reviewing complaints of overcrowding (see Petrenko v. Russia, no. 30112/04, § 39, 20 January 2011; and Yevgeniy Alekseyenko v. Russia, no. 41833/04, § 87, 27 January 2011).
  • EGMR, 12.01.2016 - 52160/13

    MOXAMED ISMAACIIL AND ABDIRAHMAN WARSAME v. MALTA

    The Court also takes into account the space occupied by the furniture items in the living area in reviewing complaints of overcrowding (see Petrenko v. Russia, no. 30112/04, § 39, 20 January 2011; Yevgeniy Alekseyenko v. Russia, no. 41833/04, § 87, 27 January 2011; and Yarashonen, cited above, § 76).
  • EGMR, 26.11.2015 - 10290/13

    MAHAMED JAMA v. MALTA

    The Court also takes into account the space occupied by the furniture items in the living area in reviewing complaints of overcrowding (see Petrenko v. Russia, no. 30112/04, § 39, 20 January 2011; Yevgeniy Alekseyenko v. Russia, no. 41833/04, § 87, 27 January 2011; and Yarashonen, cited above, § 76).
  • EGMR, 06.11.2012 - 23185/03

    MAKSIM PETROV v. RUSSIA

    The Court also observes that in its judgments in the cases of Andrey Frolov v. Russia, no. 205/02, §§ 43-51, 29 March 2007; Gusev v. Russia, no. 67542/01, §§ 51-61, 15 May 2008; Seleznev v. Russia, no. 15591/03, §§ 38-48, 26 June 2008; Lutokhin v. Russia, no. 12008/03, §§ 56-59, 8 April 2010; and Petrenko v. Russia, no. 30112/04, §§ 35-41, 20 January 2011 it has previously examined the conditions of detention in IZ-47/1 in 2000-03 and found them to be incompatible with the requirements of Article 3 of the Convention on account of severe overcrowding.
  • EGMR, 01.03.2012 - 30268/03

    DMITRIY SAZONOV v. RUSSIA

    It also notes that it has already found on many occasions that remand centre no. IZ-47/1 was severely overcrowded and has also found a violation of Article 3 in respect of applicants held there at the same time as the applicant in the present case (see Andrey Frolov v. Russia, no. 205/02, §§ 43-51, 29 March 2007; Gusev v. Russia, no. 67542/01, §§ 54-61, 15 May 2008; Seleznev v. Russia, no. 15591/03, §§ 38-48, 26 June 2008; Lutokhin v. Russia, no. 12008/03, §§ 53-59, 8 April 2010; Goroshchenya v. Russia, no. 38711/03, §§ 64-73, 22 April 2010; and Petrenko v. Russia, no. 30112/04, §§ 35-41, 20 January 2011).
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