[ ] SLIVENKO and OTHERS v. LATVIA Prohibition of torture – inadmissible Article 3 Right to liberty and security – admissible Article 5 Right to respect for family life – admissible Article 8 Right to an effective remedy – inadmissible Article 13 Prohibition of discrimination – admissible Article 14 Right to education – inadmissible Protocol No. 1, Article 2 Expulsion based upon Latvian–Russian treaty on withdrawal of Russian troops On January the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights in some respects unanimously and in other respects by a majority declared partly admissible the application in the case of Slivenko and Others v. Latvia . Third party comments were submitted on behalf of the Russian Federation. Summary of the facts The first applicant is Mrs Tatjana Slivenko, born in . The second applicant is her husband Mr Nikolaj Slivenko, born in . The third applicant is their daughter Ms Karina Slivenko, born in . The applicants are all of Russian origin. Tatjana Slivenko was born in Estonia and moved to Latvia when she was one month old. Nikolaj Slivenko was transferred to Latvia in to serve
Human Rights Case Digest – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2002
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