Tag: ECHR
Macedonia 12.02.21 | 11:21

Government settles with the families of two Roma who died in prison

Macedonia agreed to paid a small sum in damages to the families of two men, both Roma, who died while in prison. The families used through the European Court of Human Rights, alleging that their loved ones were abused, mistreated and tortured to death. One of them is Andrias Redzepov, who died aged 21...

Macedonia 08.10.20 | 14:54

Justice Minister Maricic confirms that Macedonia has a few weeks to reach settlement with the victims of political persecution

Justice Minister Bojan Maricic confirmed that the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg is confronting the Macedonian Government over the persecution of political opponents during the past several years. Maricic initially tried to deny the fact that the ECHR has taken up several major cases,...

Macedonia 06.10.20 | 15:42

Ilievski: The ECHR process is well advanced, reconciliation should be done by mid December

Lawyer Vladimir Ilievski, who is the husband of jailed former Interior Minister Gordana Jankuloska, revealed more details about the suit he has initiated in the name of several victims of political persecution before the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. Ilievski said that the cases before...

Macedonia 06.10.20 | 12:56

ECHR investigates cases of political persecution by the Zaev regime

After several days of leaks and uncertainty, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg confirmed that it is working on the cases initiated by several victims of political driver persecution in Macedonia. The cases resolve around the charges filed by the now thoroughly disgraced Special Prosecutor’s...

Macedonia 29.10.19 | 17:25

Following the failure in Brussels, ECHR warns of danger of Greater Albania

The European Council on Foreign Relations (ECHR), whose board members are dozens of mostly left-wing European politicians, including Radmila Sekerinska, has warned of the danger of a civil war in Macedonia following the failure in Brussels. An analysis published by the ECHR says that the European Council’s...