The Republic of Moldova as a member of the Council of Europe has ratified the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and additional protocols of this convention on July 27, 1997. Thus, since the Republic of Moldova deposited the instrument of ratification of the convention, the country``s citizens are able to submit complaints to the European Court of Human Rights regarding the restoration of violated rights and the compensation for the moral or material damages. After the collapse of the USSR and the declaration of independence on August 27, 1991, the Republic of Moldova has experienced a complex stage of transition to a market economy experiencing a major economic downturn which caused corruption in various areas such as politics, justice, business etc. This violates the European Convention on Human Rights by Moldovan authorities and domestic courts of law in the process of judicial examination of criminal and civil cases. Also, it resulted in the increased number of applications submitted to the European Court of Human Rights and condemnation of the government of the Republic of Moldova for the infringement of provisions of the European Convention on Human Rights. Therefore, in the Member States where there is a high level of human rights abuse and a largely increasing number of applications, the European Court of Human Rights has established mechanisms for the enforcement of the ECHR judgments. The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the national mechanism of enforcement of the European Court of Human Rights judgments by the Republic of Moldova in order to avoid and prevent the violation of the European Convention on Human Rights in the future by Moldovan authorities and courts of law. Despite the existence of a number of state institutions which are competent to exercise the control of the enforcement process of the ECHR judgments in the Republic of Moldova, the situation regarding the protection of human rights has not changed for the better.
: 사회과학분야 > 법학
한국학술정보㈜의 모든 학술 자료는 각 학회 및 기관과 저작권 계약을 통해 제공하고 있습니다.
이에 본 자료를 상업적 이용, 무단 배포 등 불법적으로 이용할 시에는 저작권법 및 관계법령에 따른 책임을 질 수 있습니다.