ECtHR Communicated case: Darwish v. Greece and Nikoghosyan v. Poland communicated on 2 June 2017

Date: 
Friday, June 2, 2017

Communicated case: Darwish v. Greece (no. 30275/17), communicated on 2 June 2017

On 2 June 2017, the ECtHR communicated the case Darwish v. Greece (no. 30275/76), concerning inter alia the remedies available to appeal against the detention of a Syrian asylum seeker, the detention conditions at the police station of Mytilene and the lack of an effective judicial review over his detention.

Communicated case: Nikoghosyan v. Poland (no. 14743/17), communicated on 2 June 2017

On 2 June 2017, the ECtHR communicated the case Nikoghosyan v. Poland (no. 14743/17), concerning inter alia the administrative detention of an Armenian family, including minor children, and the availability of an effective procedure to challenge the lawfulness of the detention. 



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Keywords: 
Best interest of the child
Child Specific Considerations
Detention
Effective remedy (right to)