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This section of the book contains seven chapters that have been reproduced with kind permission from other publishers. The European Convention on Human Rights consists of certain rules which, as its Preamble suggests, are based on "a common heritage of political traditions, ideals, freedom and the rule of law" of the High Contracting Parties. In the process of interpreting Article 6 of the Convention in the Golder case, the Commission referred extensively to the principles embodied in the Vienna Convention.

Keywords: European Convention; human rights



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