The Irish Court has surprised many by ordering the surrender of Mr. Celmer to Poland. A closer look at the decision reveals that the outcome of the case was decisively influenced by the use of a test which is external to EU law.
Tag: Article 6 ECHR
Judicial impartiality is of fundamental importance to anyone facing trial, and especially to those facing criminal prosecution. This blog offers a detailed analysis of the Otegi case and exposes the current state of the Spanish judicial system.
In Navalnyye v. Russia, the Court rejected a complaint under Article 18 in conjunction with Articles 6 and 7 ECHR as incompatible ratione materiae with the Convention. Yet, the dissenting judges have appealed to the Court to reconsider its interpretation.