” “” “During the press conference, the president of the Strasbourg Court of Human Rights, which last year reached 1,560 sentences (they had been 1,105 in 2005), disclosed the violations recorded in 2006 to the "Convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms" (the text, dating back to 1950, has been the first international legal tool in this respect). Such violations concentrate around article 3, regarding the prohibition of tortures; article 5, the right to freedom and security; article 6, the right to a fair trial and an appropriate length of time for the proceedings; article 13, the right to an effective appeal; finally, to Additional Protocol 1 about the protection of ownership. Top of this very special "list" is Italy, with 103 violations; then, France (96), Greece (55), Bulgaria (45), Hungary (31), Croatia (22), Austria (21). Fiorenzo Stolfi, Minister of Foreign Affairs of San Marino and president on duty of the Committee of the Ministers of the Council of Europe, also spoke about the enforcement of Protocol 14 and stated that "priority number one is to guarantee the effectiveness of the system of the European Convention on Human Rights", which means urging Russia to give it its go-ahead.” ” ” “

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