Strasbourg Court rules in favor of Spiro Ristovski – he was unjustifiably detained for the “April 27” case


The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg (ECtHR) has handed down a judgment in which it ruled that the former Minister of Education and Labor and Social Policy, Spiro Ristovski, had his house arrest unjustifiably extended for the “April 27” case.

The state will have to pay him damages of a total of 2,250 euros, within three months of the judgment becoming final.

The court determined that there were no relevant and sufficient reasons for his deprivation of liberty and the appeals submitted for the detentions were not considered in a timely manner, which is a violation of Article 5 paragraphs 1, 3 and 4 of the Convention.

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