Joint NGO response to the Standing Committee on the Rules of Court’s Report on the treatment of classified documents
In this joint submission Amnesty International together with other four NGOs comments on a proposal by the European Court of Human Rights’ Standing Committee on the Rules of Court to amend the Court’s rules of procedure by introducing a new Rule 44F, and outlines strong objections to adopt a mechanism whereby this Court could receive and rely on or otherwise take into consideration information not disclosed to the applicant and his or her representative of choice and to the specific draft Rule 44F.
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