Milošević v. The Netherlands

Milošević v. The Netherlands    [  ] MILOS ˇ EVIC ´ v. the NETHERLANDS Right to respect for private life – inadmissible Article 8 Right to freedom of expression – inadmissible Article 10 Detention in the Netherlands of former President of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, indicted by the ICTY, and proceedings before that court On  March  a Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights unani- mously declared inadmissible the application in the case of Milosˇevic´ v. the Nether- lands . Summary of the facts The applicant, Slobodan Milosˇevic´, is a national of the Federal Republic of Yugo- slavia born in  . He is the former President of the Federal Republic of Yugosla- via. The applicant is currently detained in the United Nations Detention Center in The Hague, the Netherlands. On  August  , in summary proceedings brought by the applicant seeking his immediate release and return to Yugoslavia, the President of The Hague Re- gional Court found that the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugo- slavia (ICTY) had sufficient legal basis, that it offered sufficient procedural guar- antees, as found by the European Court of Human Rights in its Naletilic´ v. Croatia http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Human Rights Case Digest Brill

Milošević v. The Netherlands

Human Rights Case Digest , Volume 13 (3-4): 373 – Jan 1, 2002

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Brill
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© 2002 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
0965-934X
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1571-8131
D.O.I.
10.1163/157181302761416476
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Abstract

   [  ] MILOS ˇ EVIC ´ v. the NETHERLANDS Right to respect for private life – inadmissible Article 8 Right to freedom of expression – inadmissible Article 10 Detention in the Netherlands of former President of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, indicted by the ICTY, and proceedings before that court On  March  a Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights unani- mously declared inadmissible the application in the case of Milosˇevic´ v. the Nether- lands . Summary of the facts The applicant, Slobodan Milosˇevic´, is a national of the Federal Republic of Yugo- slavia born in  . He is the former President of the Federal Republic of Yugosla- via. The applicant is currently detained in the United Nations Detention Center in The Hague, the Netherlands. On  August  , in summary proceedings brought by the applicant seeking his immediate release and return to Yugoslavia, the President of The Hague Re- gional Court found that the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugo- slavia (ICTY) had sufficient legal basis, that it offered sufficient procedural guar- antees, as found by the European Court of Human Rights in its Naletilic´ v. Croatia

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Human Rights Case DigestBrill

Published: Jan 1, 2002

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