Bhagli v. France

Bhagli v. France 269 10 hrcd [ 1999 ] BHAGLI v. FRANCE Right to private and family life – no violation Article 8 Given the continuing ties to his native country and the absence of demonstrated close ties to France, exclusion from French territory of a convicted heroin dealer was not a violation of the Convention. In a judgment delivered at Strasbourg on 30 November 1999 in the case of Bhagli v. France , the European Court of Human Rights held by five votes to two that there had not been a violation of Article 8 (right to private and family life) of the European Convention on Human Rights. This judgment is not final. Pursuant to Article 43 , Section 1 of the Convention, within three months from the date of the judgment of a Chamber, any party to the case may, in exceptional cases, request that the case be referred to the Grand Chamber. 1. Principal facts The case was filed by Mohamed Baghli, an Algerian national who was born in 1964 and now lives in Tlemcen (Algeria). In 1967 , at the age of two years, he came to live in France with his family. His seven brothers and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Human Rights Case Digest Brill

Bhagli v. France

Human Rights Case Digest, Volume 10 (10-12): 269 – Jan 1, 1999

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Brill
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© 1999 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
0965-934X
eISSN
1571-8131
D.O.I.
10.1163/157181399400838931
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269 10 hrcd [ 1999 ] BHAGLI v. FRANCE Right to private and family life – no violation Article 8 Given the continuing ties to his native country and the absence of demonstrated close ties to France, exclusion from French territory of a convicted heroin dealer was not a violation of the Convention. In a judgment delivered at Strasbourg on 30 November 1999 in the case of Bhagli v. France , the European Court of Human Rights held by five votes to two that there had not been a violation of Article 8 (right to private and family life) of the European Convention on Human Rights. This judgment is not final. Pursuant to Article 43 , Section 1 of the Convention, within three months from the date of the judgment of a Chamber, any party to the case may, in exceptional cases, request that the case be referred to the Grand Chamber. 1. Principal facts The case was filed by Mohamed Baghli, an Algerian national who was born in 1964 and now lives in Tlemcen (Algeria). In 1967 , at the age of two years, he came to live in France with his family. His seven brothers and

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Human Rights Case DigestBrill

Published: Jan 1, 1999

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