The case concerns the refusal of the Greek Parliament to lift immunity of P.K. (who was, at the relevant time, the Minister of Defence) for defamation allegedly committed against the applicant,
FOURTH SECTION CASE OF MORARU AND MARIN v. ROMANIA (Applications nos. 53282/18 and 31428/20) JUDGMENT
The applicants complained of the permanent video surveillance of detainees in post-conviction detention facilities.
The applicant complained of the excessive length of civil proceedings and of the lack of any effective remedy in domestic law.
The applicant complained of the excessive length of criminal proceedings and of the lack of any effective remedy in domestic law.
The applicants complainedof the inadequate conditions of their detention.
The case concerns, under Articles 10 and 11 of the Convention, the applicants’ complaints that their arrest during a public demonstration and their conviction for the administrative offence of disorderly
Relying on Article 5 of the Convention, the applicants alleged that they had been unlawfully detained in the absence of a reasonable suspicion that they had committed a criminal offence
The case concerns the fairness of criminal proceedings against the applicants on a charge of murder, and in particular their being unable to obtain the attendance and examination of witnesses on their behalf,
The present case concerns the applicant’s right to a fair trial in employment proceedings where, despite the applicant having lodged a suplicación appeal with the Madrid High Court of Justice