Execution of the European Court of Human Rights Judgements
by the Russian Federation: quantity which doesn't lead to
This article is devoted to the analysis of categories of cases containing structural problems of Russian legal system which leads to repetitive violations of the European Convention on Human Rights. Results of individual and general measures taken by the State in order to execute ECHR judgments are considered. Supposed reasons of ineffectiveness of undertaken measures are discussed. The author also proposes some legal and institutional means which should be taken for improvement of execution of ECHR judgments.
Mechanism of implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights; effectiveness of fulfillment of the state’s obligations; status of case-law of the European Court of Human Rights in the Russian legal system.
by Demeneva Anna Valentinovna – master of international law, teacher in the Ural State Law Academy, legal adviser of the Staff of the Ombudsman of Sverdlovsk oblast.
demeneva [at] midural.ru
Published in Comperative Constitutional Review (Ñðàâíèòåëüíîå êîíñòèòóöèîííîå îáîçðåíèå). 2009. No 4(71). P. 63-84.
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