Gaulieder: No satisfaction yet

Domanovsky, Daniel
January 2000
Slovak Spectator;01/24/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p3
Focuses on the case of former member of parliament of Slovakia, Frantisek Gaulieder who as a member of the then-governing HZDS party was stripped of his parliamentary mandate in December 1996. Background of the case; Compensation demanded by Gaulieder in his complaint filed before the European Court of Human Rights; Impact of Gaulieder's case.


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