Oleksandr Polivodskyy analyses impacts of ECHR's judgment regarding land freeze in Ukraine

A judgment the ECHR has recently rendered in Zelenchuk and Tsytsiura Vs Ukraine has virtually confuted all the arguments in favour of the land freeze. The court has examined each of them in detail and no sound arguments indeed remain.

Agro FM sectoral radio station and Sofiya Law Firm partner Oleksandr Polivodskyy have examined the situation observed in Ukraine after the judgment was delivered, and analysed resulting impacts by key provisions (the full discussion on air is available at this link).

In particular, the expert has pointed out that the government will be required to take a number of actions in accordance with the Law on the Enforcement of Judgments and the Application of Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights. In the case of failure to do so, any actions taken by government authorities may be held invalid.

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