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Discussions on General Amnesty

Frequent use of amnesties can foster a perception of impunity and potentially serve as an incentive for criminal behavior.

Ali Rıza Çoban


02 Eyl 2023

• The UK government's controversial policy to deport migrants to Rwanda was ruled as "lawful" by the country's High Court, saying that the scheme did not breach the UN's Refugee Convention or human rights laws. However, the court also criticized Home Secretary Suella Braverman for failing to "properly consider" the cases of eight asylum seekers. via BBC A step back: The controversial plan -- backed by the ex-PM Boris Johnson and most of the Conservative party...Devamını Oku

20 Ara 2022

• UK government is planning a new law that would allow the country to ignore rulings from the European Court of Human Rights after the court blocked the deportation of migrants to Rwanda last week. If passed by the parliament, the UK’s new Bill of Rights will distinguish that the Supreme Court —which had allowed the Rwanda flights— has legal supremacy.

23 Haz 2022

• The UK government vowed to organize more flights to deport asylum-seekers from around the world to Rwanda after a last-minute court ruling canceled the first flight scheduled to deport on Tuesday. UK Home Secretary Priti Patel said that "preparation for the next flight begins now," and that they "will not be put off by the inevitable legal last-minute challenges." A step back: The UK had to cancel a flight that was scheduled to deport asylum-seekers to Rwanda on ...Devamını Oku

16 Haz 2022

• Russian forces have captured 97% of the eastern Ukrainian city of Luhansk, and have seized residential areas in another eastern city of Sievierodonetsk, Russia's Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said. Luhansk Governor Serhiy Haidai conceded that Russian forces control the industrial outskirts of the city. In other news: Russia's parliament passed a set of laws that allows Moscow to not comply with the European Court of Human Rights rulings. The move formalized t...Devamını Oku

08 Haz 2022

• The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled that journalist Deniz Yucel 's rights were breached during pre-trial detention, for which the top court said there "had been no plausible reasons." The ECHR ordered Ankara to pay Yucel €12,300 in damages. Deniz Yücel via Facebook Behind the scenes: Yucel was among numerous individuals in Turkey who were prosecuted for their critical view of the government following an attempted coup in 2016. The journalist f...Devamını Oku

26 Oca 2022

• A Turkish journalist , Sedef Kabas, was detained on Saturday for "insulting President Erdogan" and was put in jail after a court promptly ordered her formal arrest. The law on insulting the president carries a jail sentence of one to four years. The back story: The European Court of Human Rights called on Turkey last October to change the legislation that resulted in over 12,000 convictions since Erdogan became president in 2014.

24 Oca 2022

• A Turkish court rejected to release jailed philanthropist Osman Kavala , who has been behind bars since 2018 without conviction, despite the numerous rulings from the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) and many other human rights organizations. Kerem Uzel | Nar Photos Background: Kavala remains behind bars despite initially being acquitted of charges over nationwide Gezi protests in 2013. However, that ruling was overturned and combined with different char...Devamını Oku

18 Oca 2022

• The European Court of Human Rights ruled a discrimination complaint against a bakery that refused to make a cake with a pro-gay message was inadmissible. A step back: The complaint was previously dismissed by the UK Supreme Court on the grounds the bakers’ objection was to the message on the cake, not to any personal characteristics of the messenger, or anyone with whom he was associated.

07 Oca 2022

• Turkey’s Erdogan said he will ignore European rulings seeking the release of philanthropist Osman Kavala and Kurdish politician Selahattin Demirtas, and will instead abide by the Turkish court rulings. The backstory: The president’s statements came a week after the Council of Europe told Ankara it was preparing “infringement proceedings” over the Kavala case, which may lead to Turkey’s suspension from the human rights body. A step back: The European Court of ...Devamını Oku

09 Ara 2021