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Croatia, a decision of the Grand Chamber, the Court gave a wide-ranging set of views on the status and practice of Amnesty laws in general as well as addressing the specific case before it. The facts were broadly uncontested. He was convicted in Croatia in , as a former commander of the Croatian army of war crimes against the civilian population.
This is not the first time that the European Court of Human Rights has addressed amnesty issues, adding to a growing international court jurisprudence on the acceptability of amnesties. Turkey where it declared that amnesties, pardons, or statutes of limitations should not apply to criminal cases involving torture and ill-treatment.
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As others have noted , the Court has also said its earlier finding, in Ould Dah v. The Court found by a majority, that Article 4 of Protocol No. At the same time, the Court, unanimously, declared inadmissible the complaint under Article 4 of Protocol No. Specifically, the Grand Chamber opined that:. The possibility for a State to grant amnesty in respect of grave breaches of human rights may be circumscribed by treaties to which the State is a party.
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There are several international conventions that provide for a duty to prosecute crimes defined therein see the Geneva Convention of for the Protection of Victims of Armed Conflicts and their Additional Protocols, in particular common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions … and the Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment or Punishment. This case adds to the ongoing international jurisprudence on the use of amnesty laws. Dodge and Ingrid Wuerth. Castleberry and Camille Stewart.