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What a hoot! Constituents of the EU seek ECJ jurisdiction enlargement to encompass a "third country" civil litigants that are not party to either the TEU or the TFEU.

Not to be confused with either war-time "media" censorship enforced by unilateral EC directive, information service provider "content" labeling and censure d/b/a "demonitization", UN Declaration of Human Rights, UNGA, UNSC, ICC, ICJ jurisdiction and orders, or normatively legit US Foreign Agents Registration Act (1938, et seq.), because Reasons®:

Court finds Russian 'foreign agents' law violates human rights convention

The European Court of Human Rights sided with 73 Russian organizations impacted by the regulation, finding the law impedes the work of civil society groups and violates freedom of expression.
The controversial bill, which passed the Russian Parliament in the summer of 2012 with overwhelming support, is widely seen as a response to protests following Vladimir Putin's return to the presidency the same year. Initially, the bill applied to nongovernmental organizations that engaged in political activity and received financial support from abroad. Its reach has since been expanded to media outlets as well. The law requires such groups to declare in all of their communications and publications that they are "foreign agents," a Soviet-era term referring to Western spies. ...
file in Mental disorder is a communicable disease/red scares/

supra a geopolitical power
archived HUAC (1938-1956) et seq., aesopian language, LQD: US Federal Law Eats World, vomits, Free Speech

by Cat on Wed Jun 15th, 2022 at 02:35:43 PM EST
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The European Court of Human Rights isn't a body of the EU, unlike the European Court of Justice.

The European Court of Human Rights is a body of the Council of Europe where Russia was a member until the war in Ukraine. So the judgement is untimely and unlikely to have any effect.

by fjallstrom on Fri Jun 17th, 2022 at 08:44:43 AM EST
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Readovka | Putin signed laws on non-execution of ECHR judgments in the Russian Federation from March 15, 2022 because ...
until January 1, 2023, aplicants may be paid monetary compensation by the Prosecutor General's Office of Russia in accordance with the decisions of the ECHR, which were issued before March 16.

Recall that on March 15, Moscow officially announced with a note that it was withdrawing from the Council of Europe and the European Convention on Human Rights. A statement was made that the Russian Federation will not comply with the decisions of the ECHR, if they do not comply with the Russian Constitution. On the same day, [Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe] PACE adopted a resolution indicating to the Committee of Ministers that Moscow cannot be a member of the Council. On March 16, the Committee of Ministers decided that the Russian Federation ceased to be a member of the organization.

by Cat on Mon Jun 20th, 2022 at 11:46:01 PM EST
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Ukrainians who have suffered from russian aggression can apply to the European Court of Human Rights online, 22 June
Every citizen who has become a victim of the russian aggression can receive compensation from EUR 5,000 to 30,000. For this purpose, you must have time to apply to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) within four months of the violation of their rights, but no later than January 16, 2023. From today, you can apply to the ECHR online through the appropriate electronic system: espl.com.ua

The system contains a list of situations that give the right to apply to the ECHR: the death of a relative, destroyed housing, injuries, unlawful deprivation of liberty, torture, rape or enforced disappearance, etc.

by Cat on Fri Jun 24th, 2022 at 11:44:25 PM EST
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