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Tre decisioni della Corte Europea dei diritti dell'uomo.

Situazioni assurde.
28.02.2019 - pag. 94427 print in pdf print on web

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Tre condanne sintomatiche.

1) per il trattamento dei minori a Calais

2) per il trattamento dei minori nelle stazioni di polizia in Grecia

3) per aver condannato un passeggero che rifiutava di rispondere senza il proprio avvocato

Indice di pessimi tempi per una Europa che perde le proprie radici di amore per la diversità.

Failure to provide care for an unaccompanied foreign minor, aged 12,
in the “lande de Calais” shanty town was in breach of the Convention
In today’s Chamber judgment1
in the case of Khan v. France (application no. 12267/16) the
European Court of Human Rights held, unanimously, that there had been:
a violation of Article 3 (prohibition of inhuman and degrading treatment) of the European
Convention on Human Rights.

Unaccompanied alien minors detained in degrading conditions
in Greek police stations: a number of violations
The case concerned the placement of nine migrants, unaccompanied minors, in different police
stations in Greece, for periods ranging between 21 and 33 days. The migrants were subsequently
transferred to the Diavata reception centre and then to special facilities for minors.
In today’s Chamber judgment1
in the case of H.A. and Others v. Greece (application no. 19951/16)
the European Court of Human Rights held, unanimously, that there had been:
a violation of Article 3 (prohibition of inhuman or degrading treatment) of the European Convention
on Human Rights on account of the conditions of the applicants’ detention in the police stations;
no violation of Article 3 as regards the living conditions in the Diavata centre;
a violation of Article 13 (right to an effective remedy) taken together with Article 3;
a violation of Article 5 §§ 1 and 4 (rig

Powers to stop, search and question passengers in the UK in 2011
lacked sufficient legal safeguards
In today’s Chamber judgment1
in the case of Beghal v. the United Kingdom (application
no. 4755/16) the European Court of Human Rights held, unanimously, that there had been:
a violation of Arti


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