Details of Treaty No.194
|Title||Protocol No. 14 to the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, amending the control system of the Convention|
|Opening of the treaty||Strasbourg, 13/05/2004 - Treaty open for signature by the member States signatories to Treaty ETS 5|
|Entry into Force||01/06/2010 - Ratification by Parties to Treaty ETS 005. See the Madrid Agreement of 12 May 2009.|
This Protocol aims to make the changes such as the introduction of a new admissibility criterion, the treatment of repetitive cases or clearly inadmissible cases, for a more satisfactory operation of the European Court of Human Rights.
Under the Protocol the Committee of Ministers will be empowered, if it decides by a two-thirds majority to do so, to bring proceedings before the Court where a State refuses to comply with a judgment. The Committee of Ministers will also have a new power to ask the Court for an interpretation of a judgment. This is to assist the Committee of Ministers in its task of supervising the execution of judgments and particularly in determining what measures may be necessary to comply with a judgment.
Other measures in the Protocol include changing the judges' term of office to a single, nine year term, and a provision allowing the accession by the European Union to the Convention.
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