A dispute between the Estonian government and the NGO Ausad Valimised (Honest Elections) in the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) over a fine slapped on the NGO by Estonia for violating the advertising law has reached a stage where the parties have presented their arguments and the next step is the court’s verdict.
“The proceeding in the European Court of Human Rights is conducted in writing and, as a rule, consists of two stages: after the government has responded to the complaint the plaintiff is entitled in its turn to come up with its remarks and an ad...
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