|EGMR, 15.05.2014 - 19554/05|
- 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)
- juris(Abodienst) (Volltext/Leitsatz)
- NVwZ-RR 2015, 241
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- EGMR, 07.02.2017 - 57818/09
LASHMANKIN AND OTHERS v. RUSSIAThe 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. RUSSIAThe 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.
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