Застосовність Європейської конвенції з прав людини на оспорюваних територіях

Застосовність Європейської конвенції з прав людини на оспорюваних територіях

Автор(и)

  • Марко Міланович Школа права Ноттінгемського університету, United Kingdom
  • Татьяна Папіч Університет Юніон, Serbia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21564/2707-7039.2.242964

Ключові слова:

юрисдикція, відповідальність, ЄКПЛ, Європейський суд з прав людини, суверенітет, позитивні зобов’язання, Косово, Грузія;

Анотація

Ця стаття розглядає застосовність Європейської конвенції з прав людини (ЄКПЛ) у тому разі, коли держава втрачає контроль над частиною своєї території. У ній стверджено, що юриспруденція Європейського суду з прав людини, у межах якої наполегливо добиваються дотримання залишкових позитивних зобов’язань, що базуються на суверенному праві над територією, є проблематичною і потребує переосмислення. Сучасний підхід Суду не лише викликає опір, оскільки вимагає від держави вирішення політичних вибухонебезпечних питань статусу суверена, а й робить це лише частково в практичних інтересах захисту прав людини. Тому у статті розглянуто кращі альтернативи.

 

Біографії авторів

Марко Міланович , Школа права Ноттінгемського університету

професор міжнародного публічного права

Татьяна Папіч, Університет Юніон

доцент

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