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Saturday, September 17, 2011

Stop the corruption in the UK and Europe now!

Stop the corruption in the UK and Europe now!

Execution of Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights

Respect of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and, in particular, of the European Court of Human Rights's judgments, is a crucial element of the Council of Europe's system for the protection of human rights, rule of law and democracy and, hence, for democratic stability and European unification.

My understanding is that you cannot command and demand respect, it has to be earned. The UK does not respect the Convention, Court, Council of Europe and Committee of Ministers. I say this because of the UK's lack of action to fully comply with the Court's decision in Hirst v UK (No2), the Prisoners Votes Case.

On 10/6/2011 the Committee of Ministers did not supervise execution of the judgment. Instead the CoM allowed the UK to fob it off with a statement that the UK was seeking to appeal against Greens and MT v UK to the Grand Chamber. The GC rejected this appeal.

Now the UK has stated that it wishes to join in the appeal to the Grand Chamber in Scoppola v Italy.

My case is supposed to be subject to enhanced supervision, but as I have pointed out above no kind of supervision has taken place. The link below shows all the cases subject to supervision at the latest Human Rights meeting. I am disappointed to note that once again my case has failed to be supervised by the CoM.

Committee of Ministers: decisions on execution of European Court of Human Rights judgments

[16/09/2011] The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe published today the decisions and resolutions adopted at its third special human rights meeting for 2011. More information on the execution process and on the state of execution in cases pending for supervision as well as important reference texts (including the new working methods) can be found on the website of the Committee of Ministers, on the special website of the Department for the execution of the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights, and in the Committee of Ministers’ Annual Reports on its execution supervision.

There is a lack of human rights protection and justice for prisoners in the UK. Moreover because of the lack of oversight and enforcement in Europe, prisoners in the UK are denied protection in Europe.

Human Rghts, Democracy and Rule of Law for prisoners in the UK are meaningless words whilstever the corruption that allows these words to mean nothing is allowed to continue. There needs to be an effective remedy.

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