European Court Adopted Three More Resolutions on Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan, Baku, 17 January /corr. Trend K. Zarbaliyeva/ The European Court on Human Rights adopted three resolutions concerning Azerbaijan.
The First resolution is connected with Elchin Abbasov's case, Chingiz Asgarov, the plenipotentiary representative of Azerbaijan in the European Court on Human Rights, stated to Trend. He states that the consideration of the appeal on his sentence is the violation of the right of the fair court examination, protected by the convention. The European Court affirmed this violation and adopted a resolution for the Azerbaijani Government to pay a compensation worth of 1000 euros to Abbasov.
The Second resolution is connected with the Ismail Ismailov, the head of the Man and a Society NGO. The European Court affirmed that Ismailov's 'right of freedom of speech' has been violated. The Ministry of Justice of Azerbaijan did not respond to Ismailov's appeal on the registration of his organization in time, Asgarov said. According to the resolution of the European Court, Azerbaijani Government will pay Ismailov, compensation worth 1000 euros.
The Third resolution is connected with the appeal of Natalia Rahimova, on the violation of the 6th article of the Convention. The European Court affirmed this violation. The resolution does not envisage the compensation by the Azerbaijani Government.