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Title: A “Rule of Independency, Impartiality and Protection” to Citizens
Author: Artur Victoria
Article ID: 363565
Article Section: Politics

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The most important and historical decisions about Justice in Rome 4 November The Council of Europe took very important step to implement in every Country of the European Union reforms of legislation assuring the Court - impartiality - independence - and the first time concept of free assistance.This principle was implemented in all national E.U. Countries laws as a “rule of independency, impartiality and protection” to citizens witch the only possible defense of their rights is effective through the Courts of Justice.Identical principles were taken in others Universal or Regional Declarations and Conventions.

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