The Social Component Of The Community Justice Reform
AbstractThe European Convention on Human Rights established an unprecedented system ofprotection of individual rights and freedoms applicable in the present, in almost all Europeancountries.The creation of a Permanent Court in 1988, was motivated essentially by the increasing the number ofindividual complaints the settlement of which was not possible under the old procedure. The number ofindividual complaints continued to increase on an accelerated rhythm and therefore the number ofcases in which settlement was required has increased considerably.The growing number of individual applications impose Community Justice System permanent reformand consideration of issues raised in the findings of this paper.
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Volume (Year): 1 (2011)
Issue (Month): 13 ()
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community justice reform; European citizenship; European Court of Human Rights.;
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