The applicant complained of inhuman and degrading treatment, the authorities’ failure to investigate it properly and the lack of effective domestic remedies against the violation alleged.
The applicant complained of the various restrictions imposed by the authorities on the location, time or manner of conduct of a public event.
The applicants complained of the disproportionate measures taken against them on account of their arrest and conviction for an administrative offence following their participation in public demonstrations.
The applicants complained of the various restrictions imposed by the authorities on the location, time or manner of conduct of public events.
The applicants complained of the delayed enforcement of domestic decisions given against socially/State-owned companies.
The applicant complained of the excessive length of his pre-trial detention.
The applicants complained of the lack of impartiality of the tribunal in view of the absence of the prosecuting party in administrative-offence proceedings.
The applicant complained about his confinement in a metal cage in the courtroom during the criminal proceedings against him.
The present case concerns the applicants’ complaints, mainly under Article 8 of the Convention, that they were unable to obtain legal recognition of gender without having undergone medical
FIRST SECTION CASE OF M.H. v. POLAND (Application no. 73247/14) JUDGMENT Art 8 • Positive obligations • Family life •