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EUROPEAN COURT RULES ON ILGAR MAMMADOV`S CASE
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On May 22, the European Court of Human Rights ruled in the case of REAL Movement leader Ilgar Mammadov. According to the Court's judgment, Azerbaijani courts have violated Mammadov's rights with respect to Article 5.1 of the European Convention on Human Rights. The Court considers Mammadov's arrest and pre-trial detention arbitrary. His right to judicial review of his detention (Article 5.4) and presumption of innocence (Article 6.2) have also been violated. The Court determined that dissemination of information by Azerbaijani Interior Ministry and Prosecutor's Office about conviction of Mammadov without conduction of investigation or court verdict served to encourage the public to believe that Mammadov was guilty. The Court held that Azerbaijan was to pay Mammadov 20,000 EUR in respect of non-pecuniary damage and 2,000 EUR in respect of costs and expenses. Note that unrest burst out in Azerbaijan's northwestern city Ismayilli on 23-24 January 2013 in protest against indecent behavior of the relatives of the local governor. Sixteen of the protesters were detained. Mammadov and Yagublu, who traveled to Ismayilli to find out about the reasons of the protests, were also detained on February 4. They were charged with organizing public disturbance and resistance against the representatives of authority. Later in April the former charge was replaced by "organizing mass riots". Leading international organizations have repeatedly demanded Yagublu's and Mammadov's release, considering the charges bogus and politically motivated. Amnesty International has recognized them as "prisoners of conscience."
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Added: 2014-05-23
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