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https://dejure.org/2014,9878
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  • Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte

    TARANENKO v. RUSSIA

    Art. 5, Art. 5 Abs. 3, Art. 10, Art. 10+11, Art. 10 Abs. 1, Art. 10 Abs. 2, Art. 11, Art. 11 Abs. 1, Art. 35, Art. 41 MRK
    Remainder inadmissible Violation of Article 5 - Right to liberty and security (Article 5-3 - Length of pre-trial detention Reasonableness of pre-trial detention) Violation of Article 10+11 - Freedom of expression -General (Article 10-1 - Freedom of expression) (Article 11 - Freedom of assembly and association Article 11-1 - Freedom of peaceful assembly) Non-pecuniary damage - award (englisch)

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    Furthermore, the Court must examine with particular scrutiny cases where sanctions imposed by the national authorities for non-violent conduct involve a prison sentence (see Taranenko v. Russia, no. 19554/05, § 87, 15 May 2014).
  • EGMR, 07.02.2017 - 57818/09

    LASHMANKIN AND OTHERS v. RUSSIA

    The Court considers that the authorities could have attained their goals by allowing the applicants to complete their protest and perhaps imposing a reasonable fine on the spot or later on (see Novikova and Others, cited above, § 175; see also Taranenko v. Russia, no. 19554/05, §§ 75 and 95, 15 May 2014 on the chilling effect that a disproportionately severe sanction may have on the sanctioned person and other persons taking part in protest actions).
  • EGMR, 30.01.2018 - 4966/13

    BARABANOV v. RUSSIA

    The Court therefore deems it more appropriate to deal with this complaint under Article 5 § 3 of the Convention (see Kovyazin and Others v. Russia, nos. 13008/13 and 2 others, § 71, 17 September 2015; Taranenko v. Russia, no. 19554/05, § 46, 15 May 2014; and Khodorkovskiy v. Russia, no. 5829/04, § 165, 31 May 2011).

    In the case of Taranenko v. Russia (no. 19554/05, §§ 82-91, 15 May 2014) the Court produced an analysis of its case-law and formulated the principle that participants in a demonstration which results in damage or other disorder, but who do not themselves commit any violent or otherwise reprehensible acts, cannot be prosecuted solely on the ground of their participation in the demonstration.

  • EGMR, 20.10.2015 - 11882/10

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    The applicant's conviction amounted only to a formal finding of the offence committed by him and, as such, could hardly, if at all, have any "chilling effect" on persons taking part in protest actions (compare and contrast, mutatis mutandis, Taranenko v. Russia, no. 19554/05, § 95, 15 May 2014) or on the work of journalists at large (compare and contrast, Cumpana and Mazare v. Romania [GC], no. 33348/96, § 116, ECHR 2004-XI).
  • EGMR, 15.11.2018 - 29580/12

    Alexei Anatoljewitsch Nawalny

    Thus, it should not be interpreted restrictively (see Kudrevicius and Others v. Lithuania [GC], no. 37553/05, § 91, ECHR 2015, and Taranenko v. Russia, no. 19554/05, § 65, 15 May 2014).
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    The protection of opinions and the freedom to express them, as secured by Article 10, is one of the objectives of freedom of assembly as enshrined in Article 11. A balance must always be struck between the legitimate aims listed in Article 11 § 2 and the right to free expression of opinions by word, gesture or even silence by persons assembled on the streets or in other public places (see Ezelin v. France, 26 April 1991, §§ 37 and 52, Series A no. 202; Barraco, cited above, § 27; Fáber v. Hungary, no. 40721/08, § 41, 24 July 2012; and Taranenko v. Russia, no. 19554/05, § 65, 15 May 2014).
  • EGMR, 04.10.2016 - 2653/13

    YAROSLAV BELOUSOV v. RUSSIA

    The Court deems it more appropriate to deal with this complaint under Article 5 § 3 of the Convention (see Khodorkovskiy v. Russia, no. 5829/04, § 165, 31 May 2011; Taranenko v. Russia, no. 19554/05, § 46, 15 May 2014; and Kovyazin and Others v. Russia, nos. 13008/13, 60882/12 and 53390/13, § 71, 17 September 2015).
  • EGMR, 15.05.2018 - 6312/13

    LUTSKEVICH v. RUSSIA

    The Court therefore deems it more appropriate to deal with this complaint under Article 5 § 3 of the Convention (see Kovyazin and Others v. Russia, nos. 13008/13 and 2 others, § 71, 17 September 2015; Taranenko v. Russia, no. 19554/05, § 46, 15 May 2014; and Khodorkovskiy v. Russia, no. 5829/04, § 165, 31 May 2011).
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    That discretion goes hand in hand with European supervision by the Court, whose task is to give a final ruling on whether the penalty was compatible with Article 10 (see Taranenko v. Russia, no. 19554/05, §§ 81 and 87, 15 May 2014).
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    Finally, in the case of Taranenko v. Russia (no. 19554/05, §§ 70-71 and §§ 90-97, 15 May 2014), the applicant was part of a group of about forty people who forced their way through identity and security checks into the reception area of the President's Administration building which was open to public.
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