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  • Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte

    SASO GORGIEV v. "THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA"

    Art. 2, Art. 2 Abs. 1, Art. 35, Art. 35 Abs. 1, Art. 41 MRK
    Preliminary objection joined to merits and dismissed (Article 35-1 - Exhaustion of domestic remedies) Remainder inadmissible Violation of Article 2 - Right to life (Article 2-1 - Life) (Substantive aspect) Pecuniary and non-pecuniary damage - award (englisch)

  • Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte

    SASO GORGIEV c. « EX-REPUBLIQUE YOUGOSLAVE DE MACEDOINE »

    Art. 2, Art. 2 Abs. 1, Art. 35, Art. 35 Abs. 1, Art. 41 MRK
    Exception préliminaire jointe au fond et rejetée (Article 35-1 - Epuisement des voies de recours internes) Partiellement irrecevable Violation de l'article 2 - Droit à la vie (Article 2-1 - Vie) (Volet matériel) Dommage matériel et préjudice moral - réparation (französisch)

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    KITANOVSKA STANOJKOVIC AND OTHERS v. "THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA"

    The Court therefore considers that this Article applies in the circumstances of the case (see, mutatis mutandis, Saso Gorgiev v. the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, no. 49382/06, § 38, ECHR 2012 (extracts), Fedorchenko and Lozenko v. Ukraine, no. 387/03, § 41, 20 September 2012; Rantsev v. Cyprus and Russia, no. 25965/04, § 232, ECHR 2010 (extracts); and Angelova and Iliev v. Bulgaria, no. 55523/00, §§ 92-93, 26 July 2007).
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    This framework must include regulations geared to the special features of certain activities, particularly with regard to the level of the potential risk to human lives (see Öneryıldız v. Turkey [GC], no. 48939/99, §§ 89-90, ECHR 2004-XII, and, as a more recent reference, Saso Gorgiev v. "the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia", no. 49382/06, § 42, 19 April 2012).
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    The Court has found States to be responsible for deaths which were caused by the use of force by State agents, whether acting in an official capacity in the course of their duties (see, for example, Ramsahai v. the Netherlands, cited above), or in their private capacity (Saso Gorgiev v. the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, no. 49382/06, § 54, ECHR 2012 (extracts)); deaths which occurred in police custody (see, for example, Paul and Audrey Edwards v. the United Kingdom, no. 46477/99, ECHR 2002-II); and deaths which were the result of negligent medical treatment (see, for example, Centre for Legal Resources on behalf of Valentin Câmpeanu v. Romania cited above).
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    HAKIM IPEK v. TURKEY

    Consciente qu'il ne faut pas interpréter les obligations positives de manière à imposer aux autorités un fardeau excessif (Saso Gorgiev c. l'ex-République yougoslave de Macédoine, no 49382/06, §§ 39-44, CEDH 2012 (extraits)), la Cour considère - sans toutefois spéculer sur leur issue favorable - que les actes décrits ci-dessus (paragraphes 63 et 64), qui auraient pu être accomplis durant l'enquête, sont de nature assez simple mais fondamentale (comparer avec Sabuktekin, précité, §§ 97-104).
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    Consciente qu'il ne faut pas interpréter les obligations positives de manière à imposer aux autorités un fardeau excessif (Saso Gorgiev c. l'ex-République yougoslave de Macédoine, no 49382/06, §§ 39-44, CEDH 2012 (extraits)), la Cour considère - sans toutefois spéculer sur leur issue favorable - que les actes décrits ci-dessus, qui auraient pu être accomplis durant l'enquête, sont de nature assez simple mais fondamentale (comparer avec Sabuktekin, précité, §§ 97-104, CEDH 2002-II (extraits).
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    In a number of other cases, the Court considered that Article 2 was applicable to non-fatal shootings where the applicants" lives had been put at serious risk as a result of the conduct of the security forces or third persons (see, for example, Makaratzis v. Greece [GC], no. 50385/99, § 49-55, ECHR 2004-XI; Soare and Others v. Romania, no. 24329/02, §§ 108-109, 22 February 2011; Trévalec v. Belgium, no. 30812/07, §§ 55-61, 14 June 2011; Saso Gorgiev v. the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, no. 49382/06, § 29, ECHR 2012 (extracts); and Yotova v. Bulgaria, no. 43606/04, § 69, 23 October 2012).
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