Sabato, 22 Settembre 2018

Italy picks up record fines haul at Human Rights Court


Strasbourg, April 10 - Italy picked up a record
haul of fines in 2012 at the European Court of Human Rights,
which ordered it to pay a total of 120 million euros last year
to citizens whose rights had not been respected, according to a
report released Wednesday.
The figure is the highest annual fines total ever collected
by any of the 47 states that are members of the Council of
Italy is regularly fined by the court, which is a Council
of Europe institution, for the slowness of its legal system,
which means Italians' right to have justice in a reasonable time
frame is frequently infringed upon.

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