Author Koljackova, Sandra
Title The case law of the European Court of Human Rights from the Republic of Macedonia and its impact on the domestic law
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Descript 64 p
Note Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 47-06, page: 3280
Thesis (M.A.)--Webster University, 2009
The Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms has been exceedingly influential in developing policies and legislative acts in the field of human rights. The significant influence arose as a result of the success of the human rights system within its membership countries and particularly as a result of its enforcement mechanism
The spread of democracy in the 1990s was followed by a rapid expansion of the ECHR and the countries of central and Eastern Europe embracing the system of protection of human rights embodied in the ECHR were suddenly part of the most fully and systematically developed system for protection of human rights
The purpose of this thesis is via quantitative and a qualitative analysis of the Case law of the European Court of Human Rights from the Republic of Macedonia to show that through the ECtHR's judgments the ECHR system was not just in position to identify breaches of the ECHR but through the individual and general measures to assist in improving the domestic system of protection of the human rights
The right of individual petition provided by the ECHR, the direct access of individuals to the European Court of Human Rights as well as the political role of the Committee of Ministers in supervising the execution of the ECtHR's judgments represent the pillars of the most developed corrective body in the world which detects problems in the domestic system for protection of human rights and ensures their remediation
School code: 0813
Host Item Masters Abstracts International 47-06
Subject Law
Political Science, International Law and Relations
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Alt Author Webster University