In Repcevirag Szövetkezet v. Hungary (30.4.2019) the ECHR examines whether the Kúria breached Article 6 of the Convention by refusing to request a preliminary ruling by the CJEU in proceedings relating to an action in tort against Hungary for infringement of European Union law (Köbler case-law).
In Jawo v. Bundesrepublik Deutschland (19.3.2019) the CJEU inter alia further specifies the impact of Article 4 of the EU-Charter on the execution of the Dublin Regulation and draws on the M.S.S. v. Belgium and Greece judgment of the ECHR. It also describes the relationship between systemic deficiencies in the asylum procedure of a Member State and the requirement of an individual assessment of the situation of asylum seekers.
In Harisch v. Germany (11.4.2019) the ECHR assesses compliance with Article 6 of the Convention of the failure by the Federal Court of Justice (BGH), in the context of its examination of a refusal of leave to appeal, to give reasons for its refusal to request a preliminary ruling from the CJEU (Art. 267 TFEU).
may I draw your attention to the following common Declaration by the German Minister of Foreign Affairs and the German Minister of Justice for the 20th anniversary of the permanent European Court of Human Rights.
Liebe Hörerinnen und Hörer,
ich möchte Sie auf die beiliegende Erklärung von Außenminister Heiko Maas und Bundesjustizministerin Katarina Barley zum 20-jährigen Bestehen des ständigen Europäischen Gerichtshofs für Menschenrechte aufmerksam machen.