Sir Nicolas Dusan Bratza is a British lawyer of Serbian Descent and the outgoing president of the European Court of Human Rights. He is the second person to hold this positions since the Court was established as a permanent body.
24 October 2012 06:43 PM
The jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights runs in 47 countries, but it is criticised most overtly and regularly in Britain. The outgoing president asks why
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