Corner Reports

Bimonthly Report (September - October 2010) 10 November 2010

I. PUBLIC EVENTS AND VIOLATIONS OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES

1.1. Closing the circle

1.2. Where do Macedonian courts make mistakes when pronouncing  detention as a measure?

1.3. Introducing indicators for measuring discrimination on local level

1.4. National urgent trauma center – health reforms or just another hasty action of the Government? 

II. INDIVIDUAL CASES

2.1. Positive decision in the...

Corner Press release

Successful application to the Court in Strasburg 16 October 2010

The European Court for Human Rights in Strasburg established the violation of Article 6 of the European Convention for Human rights in the case of Tomislav Spasovski against the Republic of Macedonia.

On 10.02.2002  in the village Aracinovo Tomislav Spasovski has suffered a severe physical injury from an explosive device placed in his home and his son-in-law died on the spot due to the...

Corner Reports

Monthly Report (August 2010) 10 September 2010

1. PUBLIC EVENTS AND VIOLATIONS OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES

1.1. Defective Lustration

1.2. Castrated Anti-Corruption Commission

2. POLICE AND COURT CASES

2.1. Is the parental allowance allocated in accordance to the law or is it subject to subjective interpretation – the case of Sali Anita, Veles

2.2. Detention - punishment or revenge?

2.3. When the mayor does not like the school director 

...

Corner Reports

Bimonthly Report (June - July 2010) 10 August 2010

1. PUBLIC EVENTS  AND VIOLATIONS OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES

1.1. Backwards Democracy

1.2. Who is stronger in the state – the party or the rule of law?

1.3. Barrier for the new religious communities

1.4. Social security – forgotten right in Macedonia

1.5. Disciplinary penalty for professional soldiers

1.6. Hate speech

2. POLICE AND COURT CASES

2.1. The case of Faik Belani, Skopje 

2.2. The case...

Corner Reports

Monthly Report (may 210) 10 June 2010

1. PUBLIC EVENTS  AND VIOLATIONS OF DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES

1.1. Step further in realization of the project “The state belongs to the police, the police belongs to the party”

1.2. Police, workers from bankrupted companies and freedom of association and expression of protest

1.3. Review of the second periodic report of the Republic of Macedonia on the Convention on the Rights of the Child by the...

Corner Reports

Annual Human Rights Report on Macedonia 2009 10 May 2010

Today, the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights of the Republic of Macedonia published its Human Rights Report on Macedonia for 2009.

You can download the report by clicking here .


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