Ukrainians have less to complain to the ECHR, the Ministry of justice

Украинцы стали меньше жаловаться в ЕСПЧ - Минюст

The problem of mass treatment of Ukrainians in the ECHR in connection with the violation of human rights in Ukraine is still urgent, said the Minister of justice.

Ukrainians have become less appeal to the European court of human rights. This at a press conference in Kyiv on Tuesday, June 12, Minister of justice of Ukraine Pavel Petrenko, writes Interfax.

According to him, Ukraine is not ranked in the top 1 or top 2 countries that have the most complaints.

“We have the last four years has shown positive dynamics. We are now in the neighborhood with Italy, that is, the fourth, fifth, sixth place,” – said Petrenko.

At the same time, the Minister admitted that the problem of mass treatment of Ukrainians in the ECHR in connection with the violation of human rights in Ukraine still remains relevant.

“The problem remains we inherited from the previous government, when in fact many social issues that were adopted at the level of laws, hereinafter simply does not provide funding and the government has actually been forced to compensate for the decisions of the ECHR,” said Petrenko.

He added that within the next few days will present a series of legislative initiatives. They will solve the problem of 12 million cases, which were consolidated under one type.

“There will be only some of the cases related to the war and events on the East and annexed the Crimea”, – said the head of the Ministry of justice.

We will remind, as of July 2017 against Ukraine to the ECtHR was filed 87 786 claims.

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