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Display name Treaties Countries Symbols Date of adoption Issues Articles Communications Type Of Decisions
A CAT
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • CAT/C/67/D/854/2017
    02 Aug 2019
  • effective remedy
  • gender-based violence
  • impartial investigation
  • CAT-1-1
  • CAT-14-1
  • 854/2017
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X, Y and others CAT
  • Sweden
  • CAT/C/67/D/816/2017
    02 Aug 2019
  • cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
  • non-refoulement
  • torture
  • CAT-3
  • 816/2017
Adoption of views
Vladimir Neklyaev CCPR
  • Belarus
  • CCPR/C/126/D/2383/2014
    26 Jul 2019
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
  • discrimination on the ground of political or other opinion
  • fair trial
  • freedom of assembly
  • privacy
  • torture - prompt and impartial investigation
  • voting and election
  • CCPR-10-1
  • CCPR-14-1
  • CCPR-14-2
  • CCPR-14-3-b
  • CCPR-14-3-e
  • CCPR-16
  • CCPR-17
  • CCPR-19-2
  • CCPR-21
  • CCPR-2-1
  • CCPR-2-3-a
  • CCPR-25-b
  • CCPR-26
  • CCPR-7
  • CCPR-9-1
  • CCPR-9-3
  • CCPR-OP-3
  • CCPR-OP-5-2-b
  • 2383/2014
Adoption of views
Dilnar Insenova CCPR
  • Kazakhstan
  • CCPR/C/126/D/2542/2015
  • CCPR/C/126/D/2543/2015
    26 Jul 2019
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • admissibility - ratione materiae
  • fair trial
  • freedom of assembly
  • freedom of opinion and expression
  • CCPR-14-1
  • CCPR-14-3-d
  • CCPR-14-3-g
  • CCPR-19-2
  • CCPR-21
  • CCPR-OP-2
  • CCPR-OP-3
  • CCPR-OP-5-2-b
  • 2542/2015
  • 2543/2015
Adoption of views
Vitaly Lopasov CCPR
  • Belarus
  • CCPR/C/126/D/2269/2013
    25 Jul 2019
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • freedom of assembly
  • freedom of expression
  • CCPR-19
  • CCPR-21
  • CCPR-2-2
  • CCPR-OP-2
  • CCPR-OP-5-2-b
  • 2269/2013
Adoption of views
Bakhytzhan Toregozhina CCPR
  • Kazakhstan
  • CCPR/C/126/D/2311/2013
    25 Jul 2019
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • admissibility - ratione materiae
  • discrimination
  • freedom of assembly
  • CCPR-21
  • CCPR-26
  • CCPR-OP-2
  • CCPR-OP-5-2-b
  • 2311/2013
Adoption of views
Fedor Mirzayanov CCPR
  • Belarus
  • CCPR/C/126/D/2434/2014
    25 Jul 2019
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • arbitrary arrest - detention
  • cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
  • freedom of assembly
  • freedom of expression
  • CCPR-10
  • CCPR-14-1
  • CCPR-14-2
  • CCPR-14-3-d
  • CCPR-14-3-e
  • CCPR-14-5
  • CCPR-14-7
  • CCPR-19
  • CCPR-2
  • CCPR-21
  • CCPR-7
  • CCPR-9-1
  • CCPR-9-3
  • CCPR-9-4
  • CCPR-OP-2
  • CCPR-OP-5-2-b
  • 2434/2014
Adoption of views
Sergey Geller CCPR
  • Kazakhstan
  • CCPR/C/126/D/2417/2014
    25 Jul 2019
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • discrimination on the ground of religion
  • freedom of religion
  • CCPR-18-1
  • CCPR-18-3
  • CCPR-2-1
  • CCPR-2-3-a
  • CCPR-2-3-b
  • CCPR-2-3-c
  • CCPR-26
  • CCPR-27
  • CCPR-OP-2
  • CCPR-OP-5-2-b
  • 2417/2014
Adoption of views
Mikhail Zhuravlev CCPR
  • Belarus
  • CCPR/C/126/D/2495/2014
    25 Jul 2019
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • fair trial
  • freedom of expression
  • CCPR-14-1
  • CCPR-19-2
  • CCPR-2-1
  • CCPR-5-1
  • CCPR-OP-2
  • CCPR-OP-5-2-b
  • 2495/2015
Adoption of views
Juma Nazarov et al. CCPR
  • Turkmenistan
  • CCPR/C/126/D/2302/2013
    25 Jul 2019
  • cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
  • freedom of conscience
  • CCPR-18-1
  • CCPR-7
  • 2302/2013
Adoption of views

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