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PART II - EXAMINATION OF THE ALLEGATIONS IN THE TWO APPLICATIONS

Introduction

86.       The Commission will examine the applicant Government's allegations in the following order:

-         displacement of persons (Art. 8 of the Convention)- Chapter 1;

-         deprivation of liberty (Art. 5) - Chapter 2;

-         deprivation of life (Art. 2)- Chapter 3;

-         ill-treatment (Art. 3) - Chapter 4;

-         deprivation of possessions (Art. 1 of Protocol No. 1) - Chapter 5;

-         forced labour (Art. 4 of the Convention) - Chapter 6.

87.       With regard to each item the Report will set out:

-         the relevant submissions of the Parties;

-         the relevant Article of the Convention;

-         the evidence obtained;

-         an evaluation of the said evidence;

-         the Commission's opinion as to the responsibility of Turkey under the Convention for the acts complained of;

-         the Commission's conclusion as to the alleged violation.

88.       The Commission, for the reason stated above [62], had to restrict its investigation of the violations alleged in the present case. It therefore has not considered as separate issues the applicant Government's complaints concerning:

-         searches of homes (Art. 8 of the Convention,

-         interference with correspondence (Art. 8),

-         detention of Greek Cypriots arrested at the demarcation line (Art. 5).


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Notes:

[62] See para. 77.

 


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