In 2017, almost ten per cent of the ECHR decision concerned the Ukraine

In 2017 , the European court of human rights (ECHR) issued 87 decisions regarding the cases related to Ukraine. 82 of them had found at least one violation of the Convention on the protection of human rights.

This is stated in the annual report of the ECHR, published on Thursday, January 25, the press service of the court. As noted in the text of the report, almost every tenth case in which a violation was discovered, was about Ukraine.

In General in the past year, Ukraine was in third place in the number of cases with identified violations – after Russia (293 cases) and Turkey (99 cases).

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From Ukraine for 2017 4387 received new complaints to the European court of human rights (ECHR). As noted in the document, this figure is three times less than in 2014. For comparison, in 2016 year, there were 8644 complaints, i.e. almost twice more than in 2017.

As of the end of 2017 pending in the ECHR, there were about 7100 actual claims concerning Ukraine. Thus, it was in fourth place in the number of cases pending before the court. The first three places are occupied by Romania, Russia and Turkey.

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In General, during 2017, the ECtHR has received 19 percent more complaints (63350) than in the previous year. First, the increase in the number of complaints, as noted, is a consequence of the failed coup perpetrated in Turkey in July 2016, and then introduced the emergency law. Last year Turkey received about 26 thousand new complaints. Most of them concerned cases dismissed after the attempted coup officials.

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