The application concerns the telephone tapping of an opposition journalist and raises issues, in particular, under Article 8 of the Convention.
The applicant, who is a barrister, complained that the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court that dealt with her case had not been an independent and impartial “tribunal established by law” and alleged a breach of Article 6 § 1…
Information Note on the Court’s case-law 253 July 2021 Loquifer v. Belgium – 79089/13, 13805/14 and 54534/14 Judgment 20.7.2021 [Section III]
Information Note on the Court’s case-law 253 July 2021 D v. Bulgaria – 29447/17 Judgment 20.7.2021 [Section IV]
Information Note on the Court’s case-law 253 July 2021 Zoltán Varga v. Slovakia – 58361/12, 25592/16 and 27176/16 Judgment 20.7.2021 [Section I]
Information Note on the Court’s case-law 253 July 2021 Polat v. Austria – 12886/16 Judgment 20.7.2021 [Section IV]
The case concerns the applicant’s conviction for an administrative offence for shouting slogans during a lawful public assembly that did not correspond to the declared aims of that assembly.
The case concerns the applicant’s refusal to perform military service for reasons of conscience and his conviction for draft evasion, and raises issues under Article 9 of the Convention.
The application concerns the applicant’s objection on religious grounds to the post-mortem examination of her prematurely born and subsequently deceased son,
The three applications originate from various facts linked to a surveillance operation carried out in 2005 and 2006 by the Slovak Intelligence Service (“the SIS”).