Strasbourg court rules that Docevska-Bozhinovska’s rights were violated during detention

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The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg ruled that Elena Docevska-Bozhinovska’s rights were violated during the detention procedure in connection with the attack on the assembly on April 27, 2017, and ordered the state to pay her compensation of 1,600 euros.
The court in Strasbourg, in the verdict of May 9, says that in the case of Elena Docevska-Bozhinovska, the European Convention on Human Rights was violated. The court accepted her appeal that she did not have the opportunity to respond to the appeal of the Prosecutor’s Office and the court delayed her appeals.
Docevska-Bozhinovska in 2017 was an employee at the office of the former Parliament Speaker. In December 2018, it was covered by the partial amnesty for the accused in the April 27 process. Now she is an advisor of opposition VMRO-DPMNE in the Municipality of Kumanovo.

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