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I Introduction On July 17, 1997, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine ratified the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms of 1950, which entered into force for Ukraine on September 11, 1997. From that moment on, the role of the European Convention and the case law of the European Court of Human Rights in the legal system of Ukraine begin to actively attract the attention of researchers, both individual publications and complex dissertation works are devoted to it. This problem is the focus of modern state policy, including in connection

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the author alone is responsible for any errors that may remain and for the views expressed in the article. 2 As of 9 August 2014, it has been signed and ratifi ed by 9 countries: Azerbaijan, Estonia, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Montenegro, Norway, San Marino and Slovakia. It has not even been signed by 8 countries so far: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Abstract: European Court of Human Rights applies the margin of appreciation doctrine in order to determine the level of its self-restraint and the latitude of free discretion of states

Teaching Legal Ethics). Jurisprudencija 19 (4) (2012): 1327–1342. 11. Kiršienė, Julija. “Trimatė teisininko profesijos krizės problema” (The crisis of legal profession as three-dimensional problem). Jurisprudencija 22(2) (2015): 191–205. 12. Lankauskas, Mindaugas. “Balansavimas tarp teisės į privatumą ir saviraiškos laisvės Europos Žmogaus Teisių Teismo jurisprudencijoje” (Balancing the Right to Privacy from the Freedom of Expression According to the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights). Teisės problemos 2 (56) (2007): 103–131. 13. “Noteikumi par

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The European Convention on Human Rights does not provide for a prisoner’s right to parole and no international or regional human rights instrument provides for this right. However, recently, in the case of Öcalan v Turkey (No. 2), one of the judges of the European Court of Human Rights interpreted the European Convention on Human Rights as providing for a prisoner’s right to parole. This is the first time that a judge of this court, and to the author’s best knowledge, a judge of a regional or international court, has expressly held that a prisoner has the right to parole. The author assesses this holding in the light of the jurisprudence or practice on the right to parole from the Human Rights Committee, and the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights. In order to put the discussion in context, the author also highlights jurisprudence emanating from the European Court of Human Rights relevant to the relationship between parole and other human rights. The author recommends that the time has come for the right to parole to be recognised in human rights instruments.

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