ECHR announced decisions on seven complaints from Azerbaijan
Baku/11.03.21/Turan: On March 11, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) announced decisions on seven complaints from Azerbaijan, according to which the government will pay compensation to the applicants in the total amount of 56,300 euros, a lawyer Khalid Agaliyev wrote on his Facebook page with a link to the ECHR.
The applicants Vugar Aliyev and Agamamed Mammadov accepted the government's offer to pay them compensation in the amount of EUR 6,000 and EUR 3,800, respectively.
Aliyev, being a political activist, was convicted of drug trafficking charges. In his complaint, he claimed a violation of his rights to a fair trial and privacy.
Mammadov's complaint is related to the violation of property rights.
In the cases against Azerbaijan, Revan Sabzaliyev, Natig Mirzoyev and Durnisa Ahmedova, the government also reached an amicable agreement with the applicants.
The authorities agreed to pay them compensation in the amounts of 4,500 euros, 1,500 euros and 3,000 euros, respectively.
Sabzaliev was arrested for 10 months for preaching the ideas of Sayeed Nursi. He appealed against the violation of freedom of religion.
Mirzoyev complained about poor quality medical care in prison.
The government reached an amicable agreement in the case of Rzamov and others (9 people) against Azerbaijan. The authorities pledged to pay each applicant EUR 3,750 (only 37,500 euros). They complained about unjustified detention during a religious meeting.
The applicants complained of a violation of their rights to liberty and security of person, freedom of religion and a fair trial.
The proceedings in the case Imanzade Mammadov v. Azerbaijan were discontinued due to the applicant's death. As a member of the community of Jehovah's Witnesses, he asked for a violation of his rights to freedom of religion, personal security and property rights. —06D-