Žmogaus teisių ir pagrindinių laisvių apsaugos konvencijos 6 straipsnio taikymo sritis: civilinių teisių ir pareigų bei baudžiamojo kaltinimo klausimai.
Article 6 Para. 1 of the Convention on the Protection on Human Rights and Fundamentai Freedoms establishes that "In the determination ofhis civil rights and obligations or of any criminal charge against him, everyone is entitled to a fair and public hearing within reasonable time by an independent and impartial tribūnai established by law. [...]". None of the petition submitted to the European Court of Human Rights shall be declared admissible if in a particular case there is no issue on the determination of civil rights and obligations or criminal charge in the sense of Article 6 of the Convention. In any case, while determining the issue on the application of Article 6 the determination ofthe terms of civil rights and obligations and criminal charge and the establishment of their content is the starting point. Following the text of the Convention the rights and procedural guarantees established in Article 6 are guaranteed only in cases when a concrete case deals with the determination of civil right and obligations and criminal charge. However, the ąuestion arises whether such rights and procedūrai guarantees can be guaranteed in administrative or disciplinary proceedings. The position ofthe European Court of Human Rights is not quite clear also with regard to the application of Articleė ofthe Convention concerning disputes of civil servants and sociai security sphere. The interpretation of these terms in the case-law of the Court is decisive, since the limits of the application of Article 6 of the Convention absolutely dependon the content and their characteristic features of these notions.[...].
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