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Baku/19.10.23/Turan: On October 19, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) announced 10 decisions and rulings on more than 15 applications from Azerbaijan. Most of the cases are related to charges of violating the right to freedom of assembly, freedom and inviolability. In all cases, the government must pay more than 60,000 euros in compensation to applicants who mainly represent opposition parties, the website reports. ahimaz.org .

The case of Samir Aliyev v. Azerbaijan is related to the preliminary detention of the applicant, who did not achieve justice in the national courts and claimed that article 5.3 (Right to freedom and security) was violated.

The ECHR found that there were no grounds for the applicant's pre-trial detention for a period of 1 year, 6 months and 22 days, and the right to freedom and immunity was violated. According to the decision, the Government must pay the applicant 5,100 euros in compensation for moral damage and 500 euros for legal costs.

The case of Mehman Huseynov v. Azerbaijan is connected with the ban of the local authorities on the applicant's departure from the country. The applicant claims in the ECHR that, in addition to the right to freedom of movement, his rights guaranteed by articles 10 (Freedom of expression) and 18 (Exceeding the restriction of rights) were violated Conventions.

During the communication, the Government acknowledged the violation of the applicant's right to freedom of movement and offered to pay him 5,000 euros as compensation for moral damage. The applicant refused. However, the ECHR considered the government's statement sufficient – the applicant will be compensated for moral damage.

The applicant in the case "Alovsat Osmanli v. Azerbaijan" is an expert on education. The court case concerned the articles of the applicant, who died suddenly in 2013. According to the circumstances of the case, the applicant's article entitled "Mardanov's Black Gangs" was published in the newspaper "Azadlig". It criticized the problems in the field of education. After that, the Institute of Education Problems of the Ministry of Education filed a civil lawsuit against the applicant, which was satisfied. The domestic courts ordered the applicant to publicly apologize and refute his statements.

In his complaint to the ECHR, the applicant alleged a violation of the right to freedom of expression. In the course of communications, the Government demanded that the statement be removed from the list of cases, claiming that the relatives of the deceased applicant had not expressed their intentions to support the complaint. Taking this into account, the court decided to exclude the application from the list of cases to be considered.

The complaints of Shakir Akhmedov and others against Azerbaijan are related to allegations of violation of article 11 (Freedom of assembly and association) Convention on the application of illegal measures against organizers and participants of Public meetings. In this case, the parties have reached a settlement agreement and the government will pay 3,900 euros to each of the applicants: Shakir Akhmedov, Bakhtiar Huseynov, Ismail Hasanov and 2,600 euros to Araz Mammadov, Ramiz Jafarov, Jabbar Savalanli, Nemet Abbasov and Nurlan Eldarov. Each of the applicants will also receive 250 euros for court costs.

In Azer Gasimli's lawsuit against Azerbaijan, charges of violating Article 11 of the Convention are related to the use of illegal measures against organizers and participants of public meetings.

According to the ECHR decision, the government must pay the applicant 2,850 euros in compensation for moral damage and legal costs.

The case of Fuzuli Huseynov against Azerbaijan is also related to allegations of violation of article 11 of the Convention on the Use of Illegal Measures against organizers and Participants of Public Meetings. In this case, the parties reached an amicable agreement during communication and the government will pay the applicant 2850 euros of compensation for moral damage and legal costs.

In the case of Javid Ibrahimov and Sagif Gurbanov v. Azerbaijan on the application of illegal measures to applicants during public meetings, a violation of article 11 of the Convention was also mentioned. During the communications, the parties reached a settlement agreement and the applicants will be paid 2,500 euros for moral damages and 350 euros for legal costs.

The case of Elnur Jabbarov and Kenan Aliyev against Azerbaijan is connected with charges of illegal detention of the applicants pending trial. After unsuccessful negotiations on an amicable settlement, the Government recognized the violations and offered to pay compensation to the applicants. According to the decision, each applicant will receive 3,500 euros in compensation.

The complaints of Maniev and others against Azerbaijan are related to accusations of unfairness of the courts during administrative proceedings (article 6). During the communication, the parties came to a peace agreement and the government will pay 1,000 euros of compensation for moral damage to each of the applicants: Emil Maniev, Emin Akhundov, Tarlan Muradov and Rashad Abbasov, as well as 2,000 euros to Bashir Tariverdiyev and Javid Hajibeyli and 250 euros for legal services.

Solmaz Agayeva challenged the violation of property rights – the illegal demolition of her garage by order of state bodies without compensation.

The court found this application inadmissible - the applicant died, and her heirs filed an appeal. ---03---

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