Christina Moon Rodriguez. PACE Rapporteur on the compliance of the decisions of the Strasbourg court Klaas De Vries agitates the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe to consider the adoption of additional measures to increase productivity oversee the implementation of decisions.
in discussing Wednesday to PACE the report of Dutch MP says, there are nine countries in the Council with the highest number of non-executed court decisions (Italy, Turkey, Russia, Ukraine, Romania, Greece, Poland, Hungary and Bulgaria).
"Challenges include the long legal proceedings, illegal pretrial detention, failure to comply with domestic judicial decisions, deaths and ill-treatment caused by the actions of the police organisation and the lack of effective investigations of these acts, bad rules in places of detention," says the Rapporteur.
The Rapporteur suggested " develop effective domestic means of legal protection and the development of parliamentary procedures for monitoring the mandatory changes required for compliance with the European agreement on human rights ".
He believes that it should adopt " more severe measures in case of slowness or continuous non-execution of court decisions ". De Vries believes that " the Committee of Ministers is also obliged to cooperate more closely with civil society and provide greater transparency of the process of observation."
Among the cases not fulfilled by Russia, the report noted " the case burdova versus Russia ", " Mikheev V. Russia ", a number of Chechen Affairs, as well as " the oil of the organization of YUKOS against Russia ".