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Opposition to European Court Judgements in Parliament

last modified Jul 31, 2014 10:32 AM
Legal scholars challenge proposal to legislate in parliament on judgements of the European Court of Human Rights

Letter to the Times newspaper by leading legal scholars objects to proposals to legislate on judgements of the European Court of Human Rights. 

Scholars suggest changes have no legal basis as they are outside the responsibilities of European Court of Human Rights in international law. 

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/opinion/letters/article4152761.ece

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