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   EGMR, 27.05.2010 - 39326/02   

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https://dejure.org/2010,64280
EGMR, 27.05.2010 - 39326/02 (https://dejure.org/2010,64280)
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    ENUKIDZE AND GIRGVLIANI v. GEORGIA

    However, having regard to the particular circumstances of the present case, the Court is not convinced that the private acts of G.A.-ia, A.A.-uri, A.Gh.-ava and M.B.-dze should be held imputable to the Georgian State as a whole just because these individuals happened to be its agents (see, mutatis mutandis, Çelik v. Turkey (no. 2), no. 39326/02, § 33, 27 May 2010).
  • EGMR, 23.01.2014 - 24125/06

    W. v. SLOVENIA

    In such cases the proceedings as a whole, including the trial stage, must satisfy the requirements of the prohibition of ill-treatment (see Okkalı v. Turkey, no. 52067/99, § 65, ECHR 2006-XII (extracts), and Çelik v. Turkey (no. 2), no. 39326/02, § 34, 27 May 2010).
  • EGMR, 15.01.2015 - 16605/09

    N.D. v. SLOVENIA

    In such cases the proceedings as a whole, including the trial stage, must meet the requirements of the prohibition enshrined in Article 3. This means that the domestic judicial authorities must on no account be prepared to let the physical or psychological suffering inflicted go unpunished (see Okkalı v. Turkey, no. 52067/99, § 65, ECHR 2006-XII (extracts), and Çelik v. Turkey (no. 2), no. 39326/02, § 34, 27 May 2010).
  • EGMR, 12.01.2017 - 3524/14

    SARBYANOVA AND PASHALIYSKA v. BULGARIA

    In such cases the proceedings as a whole, including the trial stage, must satisfy the requirements of this provision of the Convention (see, in the context of the prohibition of ill-treatment, Çelik v. Turkey (no. 2), no. 39326/02, § 34, 27 May 2010; W. v. Slovenia, no. 24125/06, § 65, 23 January 2014; and, S.Z. v. Bulgaria, no. 29263/12, § 44, 3 March 2015).
  • EGMR, 15.01.2015 - 3400/07

    M.A. v. SLOVENIA

    In such cases the proceedings as a whole, including the trial stage, must satisfy the requirements of the prohibition of ill-treatment (see Okkalı v. Turkey, no. 52067/99, § 65, ECHR 2006-XII (extracts), and Çelik v. Turkey (no. 2), no. 39326/02, § 34, 27 May 2010).
  • EGMR, 17.01.2017 - 49473/07

    OPREA v. ROMANIA

    The Court reiterates that the obligation of the High Contracting Parties under Article 1 of the Convention to secure to everyone within their jurisdiction the rights and freedoms defined in the Convention, taken together with Article 3, requires States to take measures designed to ensure that individuals within their jurisdiction are not subjected to ill-treatment, including ill-treatment administered by private individuals (see, among other authorities, Secic v. Croatia, no. 40116/02, § 52, 31 May 2007; Çelik v. Turkey (no. 2), no. 39326/02, § 32, 27 May 2010; J.L. v. Latvia, no. 23893/06, § 64, 17 April 2012; and O'Keeffe v. Ireland [GC], no. 35810/09, § 144, ECHR 2014 (extracts)).
  • EGMR - 15352/11 (anhängig)

    NIKOLIC v. SERBIA

    If so, having regard to the procedural protection from ill-treatment under Article 1 and 3 of the Convention, even when inflicted by private persons, has the manner in which the criminal law mechanisms had been applied in the present case by the domestic authorities been in breach of Article 3 of the Convention (see, mutatis mutandis, Beganovic v. Croatia, no. 46423/06, §§ 71, 74-87, 25 June 2009, and Çelik v. Turkey, no. 39326/02, §§ 33-36, 27 May 2010)?.
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