A democratic state must ensure and protect the fundamental rights of its citizens. We all have the right to a private life, the right to be healthy, the right to social security and equality, etc. Unfortunately, the situation and the experience in this field compels us to confirm that, often, the Republic of Moldova state fails to protect the fundamental rights of its citizens. The fact becomes even sadder once we realize that the state collects taxes to defend our rights. Fortunately, when a state won’t defend its citizen’s rights, there is another solution.
The Republic of Moldova confirmed the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms in 1997. This Convention gives citizens the right to address the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) with individual complaints when states violate the rights mentioned in the Convention.
The procedure before the ECHR has several phases and usually is carried out in writing. The first stage is that of admissibility, in which the Court will examine whether the complaint meets certain conditions described in the Convention. Subsequently, the Court will examine the complaint thoroughly and determine whether or not there has been a violation of the rights protected by the ECHR.
With lawyers specializing in European law and an extensive experience in the field, “DIGORE & PARTNERS” Law Firm provides legal assistance and representation throughout the entire proceedings before the ECHR.
LEGAL SERVICES WITHIN ECHR(ECtHR) ASSISTANCE
Our experience in this field allows us to advise and represent you in the following ECHR matters:
- Consultancy on issues related to ECHR(ECtHR) cases.
- Writing and editing of the required documents (requests for addressing the European Court of Human Rights and other legal procedural documents).
Analysis of court decisions and other legal documents issued by the ECtHR.
Conducting of oral hearings when convened.
“DIGORE & PARTNERS” Law Office will ensure that the support and representation at the ECtHR are offered in the official languages of the European Court, i.e. English or French.
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