Decisions of the European Court of Human Rights for the Respect of Article 6 of the Convention against Albanian state
AbstractThis paper studies the cases of judicial practice, seeing in the light of Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights and in particular regarding the execution of judicial decisions. Albania often mentions the importance of reforming the justice system in order to strengthen the rule of law. But very little is said about reforming the Bailiff Service who carries the brunt of enforcement of judicial decisions, whether criminal or civil. What role will play a judicial decision if he would be not implemented? This paper brings attention to judicial matters that are reviewed by the ECHR against the Albanian State. By analyzing those aims to bring out the need for immediate intervention of the state that should play through its mechanisms, in strengthening the position and the image of the bailiff service, in increase the number of executive titles and increased the cooperation of different agency in the framework of the implementation of final judicial decisions. Once a court system that functions is only he who is applied, otherwise justice would remain an illusion. The execution of the decision is an integral part of the decision itself. In order to seek a solution to the situation in accordance with the standards of Strasbourg
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