In Russia, they proposed not to comply with the decisions of the ECtHR, issued on March 16

At the same time, the Prosecutor General's Office until January 1 will continue to pay compensation for decisions of the ECHR issued before March 16

A bill was submitted to the State Duma, according to which Russia will not execute the decisions of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), adopted after March 16, the database of the lower house of parliament testifies.

The bill was prepared by deputies and senators from United Russia Pavel Krasheninnikov, Andrey Klishas, ​​Daniil Bessarabov and Vladimir Poletaev.

This deadline is based on the date the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe decides to terminate Russia's membership in it.

“The draft federal law provides up until January 1, 2023. The Prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation may pay monetary compensation to the applicant in accordance with the rulings of the European Court of Human Rights issued before March 16, — the bill says.

From the Code of Administrative Offenses, the Civil Procedure Code and the Arbitration Procedure Code of Russia, it is proposed to exclude the provisions that the decisions of the ECtHR serve as the basis for reviewing judicial acts that have entered into force due to new or newly discovered circumstances.

The document also provides for amendments to the law “On the Detention of Suspected and Accused of Committing Crimes”. “Proposals, statements and complaints sent by suspects and accused are no longer subject to censorship to the European Court of Human Rights, but to interstate bodies for the protection of human rights and freedoms in accordance with international treaties of the Russian Federation,” — the bill says.

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On March 15, the Russian Foreign Ministry notified the Council of Europe of its decision to withdraw from the organization. The head of the Russian delegation to PACE, Petr Tolstoy, then said that Russia left the Council of Europe of its own free will, the decision was “weighted and considered.” The next day, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe voted to exclude Russia, and the ECHR suspended consideration of all complaints against the country.

In addition, Russia announced its intention to denounce the European Convention on Human Rights. The country will cease to be a party to the document from September 16.

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