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European Court of Human Rights

Case of Bukharatyan v. Armenia

THIRD SECTION

CASE OF BUKHARATYAN v. ARMENIA

(Application no. 37819/03)

JUDGMENT

STRASBOURG

10 January 2012

This judgment will become final in the circumstances set out in Article 44 § 2 of the Convention. It may be subject to editorial revision.

In the case of Bukharatyan v. Armenia,

The European Court of Human Rights (Third Section), sitting as a Chamber composed of:

Josep Casadevall, President,
Corneliu Bîrsan,
Alvina Gyulumyan,
Egbert Myjer,
Ineta Ziemele,
Luis López Guerra,
Mihai Poalelungi, judges,

Case of Tsaturyan v. Armenia

THIRD SECTION

CASE OF TSATURYAN v. ARMENIA

(Application no. 37821/03)

JUDGMENT

STRASBOURG

10 January 2012

This judgment will become final in the circumstances set out in Article 44 § 2 of the Convention. It may be subject to editorial revision.

In the case of Tsaturyan v. Armenia,

The European Court of Human Rights (Third Section), sitting as a Chamber composed of:

Josep Casadevall, President,
Corneliu Bîrsan,
Alvina Gyulumyan,
Egbert Myjer,
Ineta Ziemele,
Luis López Guerra,
Mihai Poalelungi, judges,
and Santiago Quesada, Section Registrar,

Turkey: European Court of Human Rights reaffirms right to conscientious objection

On 22 November 2011, a Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights reaffirmed the right to conscientious objection in its judgement in the case of Erçep v. Turkey (application no. 43965/04). The case concerned a Jehovah's Witness from Turkey, who had been repeatedly imprisoned for his refusal to perform military service following approximately 15 call-ups.

Résolution intérimaire ResDH(2005)113 relative à l’arrêt de la Cour européenne des Droits de l’Homme du 19 juin 2003 (définitif le 19 septembre 2005) dans l’affaire Hulki Güneş contre la Turquie

(adoptée par le Comité des Ministres le 30 novembre 2005,
lors de la 948e réunion des Délégués des Ministres)

Le Comité des Ministres, en vertu de l’article 46, paragraphe 2, de la Convention de sauvegarde des Droits de l’Homme et des Libertés fondamentales (ci-après dénommée «la Convention»),

Vu l’arrêt de la Cour européenne des Droits de l’Homme (ci-après dénommée « la Cour ») rendu le 19 juin 2003 dans l’affaire Hulki Güneş et transmis une fois définitif au Comité des Ministres en vertu des articles 44 et 46 de la Convention ;

AFFAIRE ERÇEP c. TURQUIE

DEUXIÈME SECTION

AFFAIRE ERÇEP c. TURQUIE

(Requête no 43965/04)

ARRÊT

STRASBOURG

22 novembre 2011


Cet arrêt deviendra définitif dans les conditions définies à l’article 44 § 2 de la Convention. Il peut subir des retouches de forme.

En l’affaire Erçep c.

European Court of Human Rights catching up with UN Human Rights Committee

Grand chamber judgement recognises right to conscientious objection to military service

European Court of Human Rights affirms the right to conscientious objection to military service

Joint statement of Amnesty International, Conscience & Peace Tax International, International Commission of Jurists, Quaker United Nations Office, Geneva, and War Resisters' International

The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights, in a ground-breaking judgment (issued on Thursday) in the case of Bayatyan v. Armenia (Application no.

GRAND CHAMBER: CASE OF BAYATYAN v. ARMENIA

(Application no. 23459/03)

JUDGMENT

STRASBOURG
7 July 2011
This judgment is final but may be subject to editorial revision.
 
In the case of Bayatyan v. Armenia,
The European Court of Human Rights, sitting as a Grand Chamber composed of:
Jean-Paul Costa, President, 
 Christos Rozakis, 
 Nicolas Bratza, 
 Peer Lorenzen, 
 Françoise Tulkens, 
 Nina Vajić, 
 Lech Garlicki, 
 Alvina Gyulumyan, 
 Dean Spielmann, 
 Renate Jaeger, 
 Sverre Erik Jebens, 
 Päivi Hirvelä, 
 Mirjana Lazarova Trajkovska, 
 Ledi Bianku, 
 Mihai Poalelungi, 
 Nebojša Vučinić, 

Turkey: Increased pressure on conscientious objection

Related peace activists: 

Turkey has recently increased the pressure on conscientious objectors. As reported in a co-alert on 1 April, conscientious objector Enver Aydemir has been sentenced to ten months imprisonment on 30 March, on charges of desertion.

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