Thursday, 22 July 2010

View From The Court - 22/07/10

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The Court has declared inadmissible the application in Van Anraat v. the Netherlands. The applicant was convicted of being an accessory to war crimes for supplying the Iraqi Government with over 1,100 metric tons of a chemical used to produce mustard gas. Read More

In the case of Roland Dumas v. France, the Court found that the applicant's conviction, a French lawyer and politician, following publication of his book “L’épreuve, les preuves” infringed his freedom of expression. Read More

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