Croatia loses three cases before ECHR due to excessively long proceedings

Croatia loses three cases before ECHR due to excessively long proceedings

Croatia loses three cases before ECHR due to excessively long proceedings Izvor: Ilustracija, Pixabay

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled against Croatia in three cases in which it established a breach of the right to trial within a reasonable time, the office of the Croatian representative at the Strasbourg-based court has said.

The verdicts, handed down in late July, refer to the excessive duration of legal proceedings before Croatian courts as well as to a lack of remedies for excessively long proceedings.

The ECHR ruled that the plaintiffs be paid damages ranging from €1,250 to 9,000 as well as to have their litigation costs covered.

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