The European court of human rights and Cyprus

Stephen, Michael
March 1997
Contemporary Review;Mar1997, Vol. 270 Issue 1574, p118
Literary Criticism
Focuses on European Court of Human Rights' (ECHR) meddling in cases related to Cyprus. Decision of ECHR that violated the rights of Mrs. Loizidou over a piece of land in Kyrenia, Northern Cyprus; Failure of ECHR in establishing an effective Treaties of Establishment and Guarantee; Background on Cyprus' independence from Britain; Series of persecution by Turkish Cypriots under the control of Greek Cypriots.


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