In Re (#03 March 2014)

Exploring the Rules of the European Court of Human Rights

by Kateryna A. Nastechko

Reference by Ukrainian citizens to the European Court of Human Rights (hereinafter — the European Court) in Strasbourg became possible after the ratification by the Ukrainian Parliament of Ukraine on 17 July 1997 the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms of 1950 (hereinafter — Convention) and its Protocols.

According to Article 34 of the Convention, the European Court can accept the claims from any physical person, any non-government organization or any group of private persons, who argued that they became victims of violation of their rights, as recognized in the Convention and its protocols…

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