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Concern Grows Over Mounting Problems with Execution of ECHR Judgments

HUMAN RIGHTS, LAW & JUSTICE, SOCIETY & CULTURE

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

 A Council of Europe report shows that, while the number of European Court of Human Rights judgments found to have been fully executed by member states grew by almost 80% compared to 2010 (up to 816 in 2011), the number of old cases still not fully executed after more than five years grew by 48% from 2010 to 2011, a statistic that is a special source of concern for the COE's Committee of Ministers. To read more, click here.



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