Europos žmogaus teisių teismo jurisprudencijos įtaka nacionalinei teisei bei jurisprudencijai, tobulinant žmogaus teisių apsaugą. Konvencijos ir Europos Sąjungos teisės santykis.
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The European Convention on Human Rights adopted in 1950 was the first international treaty where the mechanism of tfie Convention system was established. The individual application right remains the most important achievement in the history of international law, when a person was granted the rights to bring his/her claims before the international justice against his/her own State. The European Convention on Human Right can be today described as ordrepublic for the whole Europe and the minimum standard for the protection of human rights. The States are entitled to establish wider standards for human rights protection at national level, but they cannot in any way ignore the requirements of the Convention and its jurisprudence at national level. European Court on Human Rights established in 1959 is a fully judicial body. This was the breakthrough achieved by the European Convention on Human Rights: the setting up of an international judicial mechanism before which States could be called to account for breaches of human rights. The role of the Court is to guarantee the essential features of democracy and the rule of law set out in the Convention.
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