Protocol No. 14 and the Reform of the European Court of Human Rights

Protocol No. 14 and the Reform of the European Court of Human Rights

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The European Court of Human Rights is currently receiving tens of thousands of applications per year, and despite the considerable measures the Court has taken to improve its working methods, it is unable to avoid an ever-growing backlog. The answer by the Member States of the Council of Europe to this dramatic development is Protocol No. 14 to the European Convention on Human Rights, signed on 13 May 2004. This Reform is aimed at enhancing the effectiveness of the European Court of Human Rights. Some of the Protocol's provisions will have a significant impact on the admissibility of individual applications and on the way in which the Court examines them. In this book, the authors try to probe the implications of the reform for the Court and for the applicants.13 E.Ct.H.R., 21 February 2002, Lamperi Balenci v. Italy, no. 31260/96, E.Ct.H.R., 21 February 2002, Guglielmi v. Italy (no. 2), no. 31480/96, E.Ct.H.R., 21 February 2002, Pezza v.Italy, no. 31525/96, E.Ct.H.R., 21 February 2002, Colocci v. Italyanbsp;...


Title:Protocol No. 14 and the Reform of the European Court of Human Rights
Author: Wouter Vandenhole
Publisher:Intersentia nv - 2005
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