The European Court of Human Rights supervising the execution of its judgments

@article{Glas2019TheEC,
  title={The European Court of Human Rights supervising the execution of its judgments},
  author={Lize R. Glas},
  journal={Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights},
  year={2019},
  volume={37},
  pages={228 - 244}
}
  • L. Glas
  • Published 1 July 2019
  • Law
  • Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights
The European Convention on Human Rights (‘Convention’) provides that the Committee of Ministers shall supervise the execution of the European Court of Human Rights’ (‘Court’) judgments. This article aims to address the question whether, despite what the Convention provides, the Court is involved in supervising the execution of its judgments. Additionally, this article addresses the question what the Court does when it is engaged in this exercise. In order to answer these two questions, four… 
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