issued by the Registrar
Chamber judgment concerning Austria,
Germany, Russia and Ukraine
Strasbourg, 24.06.2010 - The European Court of Human Rights has
today notified in
writing the following seven Chamber judgments, available only in
Cases concerning mainly excessive length of
(non-criminal) proceedings, with the Court’s main finding indicated,
found at the end of the press release.
Veliyev v. Russia (no. 24202/05)
The applicant, Tudzhar Ali ogly Veliyev, is an
Azerbaijani national who is currently serving a prison sentence for
robbery in Vyazniki (Russia).
Relying on Article 3 (prohibition of inhuman or degrading treatment),
Article 5 §§ 1 (c), 3 and 4 (right to liberty and security)
and Article 6 § 1 (right to a fair trial within a reasonable
time) of the Convention, the applicant complained of the appalling
in which he had been detained during the criminal proceedings against
his detention on remand having been unlawful, too lengthy and otherwise
irregular, and of the criminal proceedings lasting for too long.
Violation of Article 3 (treatment)
Violation of Article 5 §§ 1 (c), 3 and 4
Violation of Article 6 § 1 (length)
Just satisfaction: EUR 23,400 (non-pecuniary damage) and
(costs and expenses)
a judgment becomes final, it is transmitted to the Committee of
the Council of Europe for supervision of its execution. Further
about the execution process can be found here: www.coe.int/t/dghl/monitoring/execution.