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Czech Republic, Nejvyšší správní soud (Supreme Administrative Court), 11 Kss 6/2015-53, ordinary, 6. 6. 2016
Deciding court: Supreme Administrative Court
Topic: freedom of expression
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): N/A
ECtHR jurisprudence: Decision of the ECtHR from 7. 12. 1976, Handyside v the United Kingdom, application no. 5493/72Decision of the ECtHR from 28. 10. 1999, Wille v Lichtenstein, application no. 28396/95Decision of the ECtHR from 26. 9. 1995, Vogt v Germany, application no. 17851/91Decision of the ECtHR from 26. 4. 1979, Sunday Times v the United Kingdom, application no. 6538/74Decision of the ECtHR from 27. 5. 2014, Baka v Hungary, application no. 20261/12Decision of the ECtHR from 26. 2. 2009, Kudeshkina v Russia, application no. 29492/05Decision of the ECtHR from 16. 9. 1999, Buscemi v Italy, application no. 29569/95Decision of the ECtHR from 21. 1. 1999, Janowski v Poland, application no. 25716/94Decision of the ECtHR from 27. 3. 1996, Goodwin v the United Kingdom, application no. 17488/90Decision of the ECtHR from 31. 1. 2008, Albayrak v Turkey, application no. 38406/97Decision of the ECtHR from 26. 10. 1984, Pierscak v Belgium, application no. 8692/79Decision of the ECtHR from 21. 12. 2000, Wettstein v Switzerland, application no. 33958/96Decision of the ECtHR from 17. 1. 1970, Delcourt v Belgium, application no. 2689/65
TRIIAL CASE
Slovenia, Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia, Up-1306/19-16, constitutional, 23 February 2023, ECLI: SI:USRS:2023:Up.1306.19
Deciding court: Constitutional court of the Republic of Slovenia
Topic: Independence, accountability, freedom of expression
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): N/A
ECtHR jurisprudence: Article 10 (2) and Article 17 of the European Convention on Human Rights Handyside v the United Kingdom, 7 December 1976, para. 49.Uj v Hungary, 19 July 2011. Mamère v France, 7 November 2006.Prager and Oberschlick v Austria, 26 April 1995.Axel Springer AG v Germany, 7 February 2012, para. 83.Pfeifer v Austria, 15 November 2007, para. 35.Nikula v Finski, 21 March 2002, para. 44.Skałka v Poland, 27 May 2003, para. 35.Perinçek v Switzerland, 15 October 2015, paras. 146, 154.Stoll v Switzerland, 10 December 2007, para. 101.Morice v France, 23 April 2015, para. 124.Pentikäinen v Finland, 20 October 2015, para. 87.Scharsach and News Verlagsgesellschaft mbH v Austria, 13 November 2003, para. 46.Lindon, Otchakovsky-Laurens and July v France, 22 October 2007, 59. točkaMustafa Erdoğan and Others v Turkey, 27 May 2014, para. 42.Tavares de Almeida Fernandes and Almeida Fernandes v Portugal, 17 January 2017, para. 63.  Witzsch v Germany, 13 December 2005.Hizb ut‑Tahrir and Others v Germany, 12 June 2012.ROJ TV A/S v Denmark, 17 April 2018.Romanov v Ukraine, 16 July 2020.Garaudy v France,  24 June 2003.Norwood v the United Kingdom, 16 November 2004. Pavel Ivanov v Russia, 20 February 2007. M’Bala v France, 20 October 2015.Belkacem v Belgium, 27 June 2017.Katamadze v Georgia, 14 February 2006.Palusinski v Poland, 3 October 2006.Williamson v Germany, 8 January 2019.Šimunić v Croatia, 22 January 2019.Lilliendahl v Iceland, 12 May 2020.
TRIIAL CASE
Poland, Sąd Najwyższy (Extraordinary Control and Public Affairs Chamber), I NKRS 118/21, 12th January 2022, supreme
Deciding court: Supreme Court - Extraordinary Control and Public Affairs Chamber
Topic: independence, accountability
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): N/A
ECtHR jurisprudence: N/A
TRIIAL CASE
Hungary, Budapest Administrative and Labour Court, 70.M.1051/2018/36, ordinary, 10 May 2019
Deciding court: Budapest Administrative and Labour Court
Topic: independence, accountability, impartiality, freedom of expression
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): No
ECtHR jurisprudence: No
TRIIAL CASE
Slovenia, Supreme Court of the Republic of Slovenia, VSRS judgment U 2/2023-28, supreme, 12 September 2023, ECLI:SI:VSRS:2023:U.2.2023.28
Deciding court: Vrhovno sodišče Republike Slovenije
Topic: Independence, trust
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): N/A
ECtHR jurisprudence: Tsanova - Gecheva v Bulgaria, App no. 43800/12, 15 September 2015.
TRIIAL CASE
Slovenia, Supreme Court of the Republic of Slovenia, VSRS judgment and order VIII Ips 109/2015, supreme, 8 December 2015, ECLI: SI:VSRS:2015:VIII.IPS.109.2015
Deciding court: Supreme Court of the Republic of Slovenia
Topic: accountability, freedom of expression
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): N/A
ECtHR jurisprudence: Article 10 of the European Convention on Human RightsLangner v Germany, App. no. 14464/11, 17 September 2015Rubins v Latvia, App. no. 79040/12, 13 January 2015Palomo Sánchez and Others v Spain [GC], App. no. 28955/06, 12 September 2011Guja v Moldova [GC], App. no. 14277/04, 12 February 2008Heinish v Germany, App. no. 28274/08, 21 July 2021Fuentes Bobo v Spain, App. no. 39293/98, 29 February 2020Kharlamov v Russia, App. no. 27447/07, 8 October 2015Balenović v Croatia, App. no. 28369/07, 30 September 2010
TRIIAL CASE
Slovenia, Ethics and Integrity Commission of the State Prosecutorial Council of the Republic of Slovenia, Dts unknown number, ordinary, 6 January 2020
Deciding court: Ethics and Integrity Commission of the State Prosecutorial Council of the Republic of Slovenia
Topic: accountability, impartiality, freedom of expression
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): N/A
ECtHR jurisprudence: N/A
TRIIAL CASE
Spain, Supreme Court, nº 121/2022, 2 February 2022
Deciding court: Supreme Court
Topic: impartiality
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): NO
ECtHR jurisprudence: N/A
TRIIAL CASE
Romania – Court of Justice of the European Union (First Chamber) Case C-53/23 of 8 May 2024, ECLI:EU:C:2024:388 (request for a preliminary ruling under Article 267 TFEU from the Curtea de Apel Piteşti (Court of Appeal Piteşti, Romania), made by decision of 31 January 2023, in the proceedings Asociația ‘Forumul Judecătorilor din România’, Asociația ‘Mișcarea pentru Apărarea Statutului Procurorilor’ v Parchetul de pe lângă Înalta Curte de Casaţie şi Justiţie – Procurorul General al României
Deciding court: Court of Justice of the European Union
Topic: Rule of law, independence of the judiciary, Cooperation and Verification Mechanism, Benchmarks subscribed to by Romania, Fight against corruption, Investigations of offences committed within the judicial system, Action challenging the nomination of prosecutors with competence to conduct those investigations, Standing of professional associations of judges to bring proceedings
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): The national case is not the direct follow -up of a CJEU or ECtHR decision.
ECtHR jurisprudence: The ECHR jurisprudence was not referred to in this case.
TRIIAL CASE
Portugal, Superior Council of the Judiciary, April 2024
Deciding court: Superior Council of the Judiciary
Topic: Conflict of interests; individual judges’ liability
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): N/A
ECtHR jurisprudence: N/A
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