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–2008). [Romania at the European Court of Human Rights.] Kis Attila. Bucureşti: Wolters Kluwer. Kis A. România la Curtea europeană a Drepturilor Omului (2005

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of the European Court of Human Rights and the National Law in Hungary’ ( 2006 ) 3 / 3 Miskolc Journal of International Law 73 – 84 . Tallódi , Z. , ‘Strasbourg és a

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) Leach , Ph. , Taking a Case to the European Court of Human Rights (3 edn, OUP 2011 ) Lillard , M. C. , ‘ McGoliath v David: The European Court of Human

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International child abduction cases in Hungary

A comprehensive summary of statistics, legal framework and important case law

Acta Juridica Hungarica
Author: Tamás Dezső Ziegler

This article summarizes the background of child abduction cases related to Hungary, giving a comprehensive analysis of such cases between the period of 2000 and 2014. In the first section, the reader finds a statistical analysis and the second part deals with the legal and practical background. The final conclusions give some recommendations for the European and domestic legislators. The essay was created as part of a report published by the European Parliament, collected by the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law on the actual situation of child abduction in Europe.

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The Polish Constitution adopted on 2 April 1997, for the first time after the war, contains a provision dedicated exclusively to protecting national and ethnic minorities, however without a definition of those two categories. The legislator extended the rights of national and ethnic minorities beyond those identified in the Article 35. The extension of such rights also results from international agreements. Thus far there is no statute regulating in a comprehensive and complete manner the situation of national and ethnic minorities (the Constitution does not make its adoption mandatory), the legal regulations concerning these issues are dispersed. The problem of legal definition of the national minority appeared in connection with the initiative of the formal recognition of the Union of People of Silesian Minority. Its application has been rejected by Polish courts for the reason of non-existence of such a minority and for the attempt of abuse of the electoral privilege granted to national minorities. The Supreme Court's position has been confirmed by the Chamber and then by the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights. However the 2002 national census revealed a new phenomenon of the Silesian minority: 3% of the inhabitants of the region declared their affinity to Silesian nationality.

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îmbogăţiri reciproce (European Court of Human Rights and European Union law, in Particular the Charter of Fundamental Rights: A Subtle Management between Systemic Adjustments and Mutual Enrichment). Revista Română de Drept European (2

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. Hartwig , Mathias , ‘ Much Ado About Human Rights: The Federal Constitutional Court Confronts the European Court of Human Rights – Part II/II ’ ( 2005 ) 6 GLJ 869 – 94 . Herc

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: The European Court of Human Rights’ Reasoning on the Protection against Expulsion’ ( 2015 ) 28 Leiden Journal of International Law 303 – 22 . Goodwin-Gill , Guy S. and McAdam

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European Court of Human Rights in the Legal Medical Expertise , XXth Congress of International Academy of Legal Medicine, August 2006, Budapest, Hungary. 9. ECHR , Kudla c. Pologne [GC] , n o 30210

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that remarks of a style guide cannot change the culture of the judiciary, and such requirements can always be formalistic and impersonal. To clarify more additional indicators, European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) and Hungarian Constitutional Court

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