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Russians rely on the European Court of Human Rights
16.11.2006 14:55
Russians rely on the European Court of Human Rights

Since the beginning of 2006 the Russian government has paid over 12 million roubles (358,209 EUR) to the citizens who brought their complaints to the European Court of Human Rights. At the current moment the Strasbourg Court has 47 574 complaints from Russian citizens to rule on.
      Dissatisfaction with Russian courts is the main reason why citizens resort to the European Court of Human Rights` help. The procedure of appealing to the European Court is normally held in written form and lasts 3 years on average. The case expenses are covered by the Court, and all the appealing side has to do is to pay mail outlays. The financial offset, if the appealing side wins the case, is paid by the Russian government.


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