Time limit for ECHR applications reduced to four months

As of 1 February 2022 the time-limit for submitting an application to the European Court of Human Rights is four months following the final domestic judicial decision in the case, which is usually a judgment delivered by the highest court in the country concerned. The time-limit was previously six months. This new time-limit is not …

The crime report was submitted on Azerbaijani actions

Today, thank to efforts of Armenian lawyers, within frameworks and principles of universal jurisdiction, a 226-page substantiated application was submitted to the Prosecutor General of the Federal Republic of Germany to prosecute high-ranking Azerbaijani officials for war crimes committed during the 44-day war in 2020.

Today ECtHR notified a judgement on Barseghyan vs. Armenia case

Dear freinds, We are happy to inform you that today European Court of Human Rights has made a judgment of a case case of Barseghyan v. Armenia. The complaint was submitted by the founder of SCL NGO Edmon Marukyan in 2009 and was related to the events of March 1, 2008. The applicant is Levon …

Protocol No. 15 to the European Convention on Human Rights enters into force

Protocol No. 15, amending the European Convention on Human Rights, entered into force on Sunday 1 August 2021. This Protocol amends the Preamble to the Convention, which now includes a reference to the subsidiarity principle and to the margin of appreciation doctrine. In addition, the 6-month time-limit for submitting an application to the Court after …