Critical report on the functioning of the European Court of Human Rights

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Critical report on the functioning of the European Court of Human Rights

Critical report on the functioning of the European Court of Human Rights

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe has just made a fairly critical report on the functioning of the European Court of Human Rights. Although a number of reforms have improved the situation, everyone agrees that the Court is slow, a victim of its success. 70% of requests come from countries where human rights are less well respected. The report also discusses the Court’s budget. External and internal plans of the European Court of Human Rights, shelves with an accumulation of files and a meeting of the parliamentary assembly, alternating with interviews of a representative of the Court and a parliamentarian.

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Publication date : 27 January 2012

Reference:
ST00001434343
Credits:
Producteur: France 3 Strasbourg Alsace   -   Journalist : Voegele, Dominique  -  Photo Journalist : Andres, Claire  -  Photo Journalist : Lanno, Martial  -  Film Editor : Boetsch, Matthieu
Origin:
Alsace evening   -   Producteur: France 3 Strasbourg Alsace
Licence:
Turnkey

Reference:ST00001434343

Credits:Journalist : Voegele, Dominique-Photo Journalist : Andres, Claire-Photo Journalist : Lanno, Martial-Film Editor : Boetsch, Matthieu

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