Relevant Retssikkerhed – Nyheder uge 43

Nedenfor kan du læse relevante nyheder om bl.a. nye ministersvar, rapporter og begivenheder på det retssikkerhedsmæssige område. Relevant Retssikkerhed vil blive offentliggjort en gang ugentligt hver mandag. Nyhederne omfatter både nationale og internationale nyheder.

ARRANGEMENTER OG BEGIVENHEDER

Her finder du relevante samråd, arrangementer og begivenheder på det retssikkerhedsmæssige område

Åbne samråd

NYE LOVFORSLAG

Høringer

SENESTE SVAR PÅ FOLKETINGSSPØRGSMÅL

Herunder kan findes de seneste ministersvar på en relevante folketingsspørgsmål.

Besvarelse af udvalgsspørgsmål

Erhvervsministeriet:

  • ERU alm. del – Erhvervsministeren har besvaret et spørgsmål om, hvilke forpligtelser for onlinemarkedspladser man efter ministerens opfattelse kunne indsætte i forslaget til en Digital Service Act artikel 22, hvis man ønskede at opnå en større sikkerhed for, at produkter, der sælges til danske og europæiske forbrugere fra sælgere i tredjelande på onlinemarkedspladser, var lovlige og sikre efter dansk og europæisk lovgivning på miljøministeriets område, før de bliver tilbudt og solgt til europæiske og danske forbrugere. (Reelt indholdsløst)

Besvarelse af § 20-spørgsmål

  • Justitsministeren har besvaret et spørgsmål om, hvorvidt det ikke er på tide at få ro på sagen om Niels Holck og i tråd med de tidligere retsafgørelser fastslå, at han selvfølgelig ikke bør udleveres til Indien, hvor der er risiko for tortur.

SENESTE RAPPORTER, EVALUERINGER MM

Herunder findes de nyeste evalueringer, rapporter, analyser mm fra relevante institutioner/organisationer, offentlige myndigheder, domstolene mm.

Andre relevante dokumenter fra overvågningen af FT

  • ERU, Alm.del – Bilag 26: Grund- og nærhedsnotat vedrørende forslag til en ny hvidvaskforordning, nyt hvidvaskdirektiv og ændring af pengeoverførselsforordningen.
  • ERU, Alm.del – Bilag 27: Grund- og nærhedsnotat vedrørende forslag til en ny EU-tilsynsmyndighed til bekæmpelse af hvidvask og terrorfinansiering.
  • REU, Alm.del – Bilag 26: Sammenfatning af advokatundersøgelse af politiets brug af “action card” i forbindelse med sagen om aflivning af mink.

Folketingets Ombudsmand

Ministerierne

Regeringen.dk:

Politiet

Nationale organisationer/institutioner

Institut for menneskerettigheder:

K-news:

Jura § Info:

Amnesty:

INTERNATIONALE NYHEDER

Herunder findes nyheder fra bl.a. EU-domstolen, FN-komiteer, EU mm.

Menneskerettighedsdomstolen

  • Changes in the proceedings before the Grand Chamber.
    • The European Court of Human Rights has made a number of amendments to its Rules of Court with regard to the organisation and proceedings before the Grand Chamber. These amendments have come into force today, 18 October 2021.
  • Vedat Şorli v. Turkey (application no. 42048/19) – Affording increased protection to the head of State by means of a special law on insult is incompatible with the Convention.
    • The European Court of Human Rights held, unanimously, that there had been a violation of Article 10 (freedom of expression) of the European Convention on Human Rights.
    • The case concerned the sentencing of the applicant to a term of imprisonment – with delivery of the judgement suspended for five years – for insulting the President of the Republic, on account of two posts which he shared on his Facebook account. The content comprised, among other things, a caricature and a photograph of the President of the Republic accompanied by satirical and critical comments concerning him. The judgment convicting the applicant was based on Article 299 of the Criminal Code, which afforded a higher level of protection to the President of the Republic than to other persons.
  • Miroslava Todorova v. Bulgaria (application no. 40072/13) – Disciplinary proceedings against and sanctions imposed on the applicant, a judge and President of the Bulgarian Union of Judges, violated her right to freedom of expression.
    • The European Court of Human Rights held, by a majority, that there had been by five votes to two, no violation of Article 6 (right to a fair trial) of the European Convention on Human Right, unanimously, a violation of Article 10 (freedom of expression) of the Convention, and unanimously, a violation of Article 18 (limitation on use of restrictions on rights) read in conjunction with Article 10.
  • Danilevich v. Russia (application no. 31469/08) – Ban on life prisoners’ telephone calls is a violation of their rights.
    • The European Court of Human Rights held, unanimously, that there had been a violation of Article 8 (right to respect for private and family life) of the European Convention on Human Rights.
    • The case concerned the applicant being deprived of telephone contact with his relatives, whilst serving a life sentence under the strict prison regime. That special prison regime involves, among other things, a complete ban on telephone calls except in emergency situations for at least the first ten years of prisoners’ life sentences. The Court found that the ban imposed by domestic law on life-sentenced prisoners’ telephone contact under the strict regime had been disproportionate.
  • Kartoyev and Others v. Russia (application no. 9418/13) – Nine Russian nationals accused of two terrorist attacks in 2009: violations for lack of public trial and unfairness of proceedings
    • The European Court of Human Rights held, unanimously, that there had been a violation of Article 6 § 1 (requirements of public trial and impartial tribunal) of the European Convention on Human Rights, and a violation of Article 6 §§ 1 and 3 (d) (equality of arms) of the European Convention.
    • The Court took the view that the exclusion of the public from their trial, on grounds of guaranteeing the protection of national security intelligence and of ensuring the safety of the parties, had not been justified in view of the circumstances of the case.
    • As to the fairness of the criminal proceedings against the applicants, the Court found that there had been a failure to ensure an equality of arms between prosecution and defence, which was one of the fundamental aspects of the right to a fair trial.

Europarådet

FN’s højkommissariat for menneskerettigheder

EU-kommissionen

ØVRIGE NYHEDER

Herunder finder du eksempelvis nye domsafgørelser, FN-processer mm.

Strasbourg Observers:

Jacob Mchangama

Frihedsrettigheder- og retssikkerhed Jacob Mchangama er direktør i den uafhængige juridiske tænketank Justitia og tidligere advokat i Plesner. Ud over sin cand.jur har Jacob en mastergrad i menneskerettigheder og demokratisering, og har tidligere været ekstern underviser i internationale menneskerettigheder på Københavns Universitet. Jacob beskæftiger sig primært med områder inden for retssikkerhed og menneskerettigheder. Herudover er Jacob initiativtager og redaktør af bloggen RuleOfLaw.dk, samt blogger på berlingske.dk

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