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Human rights vs. the Constitution of Bosnia & Herzegovina

Five cases that Bosnia & Herzegovina lost against its citizens in the European Court of Human Rights, proving that the current constitution infringes on people's human rights.

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Cases that Bosnia & Herzegovina lost against its citizens in the European Court of Human Rights, proving that the current constitution infringes on people's human rights. The decisions are ordered by oldest to newest, based on the date of judgment.

Background

All of the five rulings are based off of two articles in the Constitution of Bosnia & Herzegovina and three articles from the European Convention on Human Rights, making them easy to understand.

Relevant articles from the Constitution of Bosnia & Herzegovina

View the Constitution of Bosnia & Herzegovina

Relevant articles from the European Convention on Human Rights

View the European Convention on Human Rights

Sejdić and Finci v. Bosnia and Herzegovina

Zornić v. Bosnia and Herzegovina

Šlaku v. Bosnia and Herzegovina

Pilav v. Bosnia and Herzegovina

Pudarić v. Bosnia and Herzegovina


The header image is owned by CherryX and licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 .

Correction: Protocol 1 was mistaken for the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights, mistakenly identifying Article 3 as "Prohibition of Torture" instead of "Right to free elections". I want to thank Davide Denti for the correction.

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