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Applications nos. 6780/74 and 6950/75, Cyprus against Turkey

European Commission of Human Rights.

Applications nos. 6780/74 and 6950/75, Cyprus against Turkey

report of the Commission

by European Commission of Human Rights.

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Published by Council of Europe in Strasbourg .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cyprus.,
  • Turkey.
    • Subjects:
    • Civil rights -- Cyprus.,
    • Cyprus.,
    • Turkey.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEuropean Commission of Human Rights.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. in 1 ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3917964M
      LC Control Number81484113

      In its decision of 26 May concerning the case of Cyprus v. Turkey (nos. /74 and /75, DR 2, p. ) the Commission had already taken the same view. That decision clearly shows that it is not a question of the Convention's application ratione loci, but of its application ratione personae. In its decision of 26 May concerning the case of Cyprus v. Turkey (/74 and /75, DR 2, p. ) the Commission had already taken the same view. That decision clearly shows that it is not a question of the Convention's application ratione loci, but of its application ratione personae.

      ΤΥΙ89 Council of Europe, European Commission of Human Rights Cyprus against Turkey (Applications Nos. /74 and /75). Report of the Commission (Adopted on 10 July ). Vol. I, Vol. II, Appendices (I-XIV). Starsbourg, p. xii++60+2. €   52 Only those inhabitants who are Greek-Cypriots in the occupied part of Cyprus are not allowed to return thereto and were the victims of mass violations ever since the Turkish invasion in (see the report of the European Commission of Human Rights in Application Nos. /74 and /75, at ‘the acts violating the Convention were exclusively directed against members of one of the Cited by: 7.

      APPLICATIONS Nos. /74 AND / CYPRUS AGAINST TURKEY. REPORT OF THE COMMISSION (Adopted on 10 July ) What follows is the conclusion of the European Commission on Human Rights, concerning the missing persons in Cyprus. II. Missing persons. The Turkish help for the Turkish Cypriots (Turkish: Kıbrıs Barış Harekâtı, lit. 'Cyprus peace operation' and Greek: Τουρκική εισβολή στην Κύπρο), code-named by Turkey as Operation Atilla, (Turkish: Atilla Harekâtı) was a Turkish military invasion of the island country of was launched on 20 July , following the Cypriot coup d'état on 15 July Location: Cyprus.


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Applications nos. /74 and /75, Cyprus against Turkey: report of the Commission / European Commission of Human Rights Council of Europe Strasbourg Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Cyprus v. Turkey, Applications /74 and /75 Van Coufoudakis This article examines the legal and political factors surrounding the introduc-tion and disposition of the first two interstate applications filed by the government of the Republic of Cyprus against Turkey with the European Commission of Human Rights under the European.

Cyprus v Turkey Applications Nos /74 and /75, Commission Report, 10 Julyat paras and 64 Roberts observed that ‘if there is an agreement, there is unlikely to be a dispute and if there is a dispute, there is unlikely to be an agreement’ in Roberts, ′Subsequent Agreements and Practice: The Battle over Interpretive Author: Ka Lok Yip.

The basic events which gave rise to the present situation in Cyprus, to which this Report relates, are set out at Part I, Chapter 1, of the Commission's Report of 10 July concerning the two previous applications [FN3] by Cyprus against Turkey.

FN3 Nos. /74 and / 3. APPLICATIONS Nos. /74 AND /75 CYPRUS AGAINST TURKEY. REPORT OF THE COMMISSION (Adopted on 10 July ) What follows is the conclusion of the European Commission on Human Rights, concerning the missing persons in Cyprus.

Missing persons 2. App/icetion No. /75 lal Original submissions On 21 March the applicant Government submitted this application to the Commission in the following terms: "1. The Republic of Cyprus contends that the Republic of Turkey has committed and continues to commit, since 19 September when Application No.

/74 was filed, in_. The European Commission of Human Rights had examined the issue of the missing persons after four applications by Cyprus against Turkey (Applications Nos. / 74, / 75, / 77, / 94).

The reports of the European Commission of Human Rights adopted inand respectively had stressed that Turkey violated fundamental. Also in the decision on the admissibility of Application Nos. * /74 and /75 introduced by Cyprus against Turkey, [14] the Commission did not state that northern Cyprus was within the territorial jurisdiction of Turkey.

Rather, Turkey was held to be responsible on the basis of personal jurisdiction exercised by her agents outside the national territory over the alleged victims of violations of the.

ANNEX I. EUROPEAN COMMISSION OF HUMAN RIGHTS. APPLICATIONS Nos. /74 AND /75 CYPRUS AGAINST TURKEY. REPORT OF THE COMMISSION (Adopted on 10 July ) (Excerpts) PART IV - CONCLUSIONS The Commission.

APPLICATIONS Nos. /74 AND /75 CYPRUS AGAINST TURKEY REPORT OF THE COMMISSION (Adopted on 10 July ) VOLUME II (APPENDICES I - XIV) rn.s page is part Of the file "Cyprus against Turkey {Application Nos /74 and /75 before the European Commission of Human Rights). This file comprises the following documents: a) Report of.

• Cyprus v. Turkey (/74) and (/75)–European Commission of Human Rights, In a joint report () under former article 31 of the European Convention, Turkey was found to have violated articles 2 (right to life), 5 (liberty and security of the person), 8 (respect for private and family life, home, etc), 13 (effective remedies for violations of rights and freedoms), and article Author: Tasos Giavroutas.

The Republic of Cyprus has brought four inter-State cases against Turkey, arising out of the situation in northern Cyprus: Application Nos. /74, /75, /77 and / There are also a number of individual cases which have been heard by or are pending before the Commission and Court, the first of which was Loizidou, see supra (note 5).

APPLICATIONS Nos. /74 ANO /75 CYPRUS AGAINST TURKEY REPORT OF COI.%IISSION (Adopted on 10 July ) What follows is the conclusion of the European Commissaon on Rights, concerning the missing persons in Cyprus.

t*ssing persons The Commission considers that there is. Council of Europe, European Commission of Human Rights, Application Nos. /74 and /75, Cyprus v. Turkey. The European Commission of Human Rights and the European Court of Human Rights have found Turkey guilty of gross violations of several key articles of the European Convention.

Turkey is obligated to comply with all decisions of. I have tried to Walk Home four times, participating in each of the four peaceful marches organised by "Women Walk Home": in Spring (see Exhibit 3, which is a copy of the European Commission of Human Rights Report Applications Nos /74 and /75, Cyprus v.

Turkey; p. 59 para. and refers to the march); in June and November The Republic of Cyprus contends that the Republic of Turkey continues to commit, since 18 May when the Commission of Human Rights adopted its Report in respect of Applications Nos /74 and /75 lor violation of human rights by Turkey in the areas occupied by the Turkish.

" Decision of 26 Mayon the Admissibility of the Applications, Application Nos. /74 and /75, 4 EHRRThe background situation was the occupation by Turkish military forces of northern Cyprus, making IHL objectively applicable for international armed conflicts although neither Cyprus nor Turkey had declared by: 3.

Vienna Convention on Law of Treaties - Article 21 para. 3 (c) European Court of Human Rights Rules of Court A - Rules 24 para. 3 and 51 Commission decisions on admissibility of applications nos. /74 and /75, Cyprus v Turkey, 26 May United Nations Security Council Resolution (), Resolution ().

European Commission of Human Rights, Cyprus v. Turkey, Applications Nos. /74 and /75 (); Andrew Byrnes, The Committee against Torture, in THE UNITED NATIONS AND HUMAN RIGHTS& n (Philip Alston ed., ). 8THEODOR MERON, HENRY'S WARS AND SHAKESPEARE'S LAwS, chs. 6, 8 (forthcoming ).Turkey, that the applicant Government have been recognised by the international community as the Government of the Republic of Cyprus (see in this connection, applications nos.

/74 and /75, Cyprus v. Turkey, 26 MayDecisions and Reports (DR) 2, p.at pp. ; no. /77, Cyprus v.COMMITTEE OF MINISTERS RESOLUTION DH (79) • Human Rights (DH) APPLICATION Nos. /74 and /75 CYPRUS AGAINST TURKEY Considering the terms of the European Convention of Human Rights (hereinafter referred.