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Quod omnes tangit …

By B. de Gaay Fortman

Abstract

In a multi-facetted judgment the European Court of Human Rights unanimously condemns Italy for that state’s failure to comply with the Rome Treaty’s provisions guaranteeing defence rights to citizens in the so-called Pellegrini case . The adversarial principle enshrined in what constitutes a fair hearing in the sense of art 6 § 1, holds under all circumstances, the Court rules, including procedures of Ecclesiastical Courts insofar as these would be granted civil effect (exequatur)

Topics: Rechtsgeleerdheid, human rights, religion
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.library.uu.nl:1874/34720
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