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2004: Cine, Felanuma et al. v. State of Esmeralda

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The Member States of the Organization of American States have placed special value and emphasis on representative democracy as the system through which the peoples of the Americas can achieve their common goals.The first concerns limitations applied to the right to personal liberty, with the additional factor that the individuals affected were youngsters whose rights required special protection. The second addresses changes in the conditions under which an electoral contest was carried out, with the third concerning limitations on the right to organize within a trade union in order to carry out a strike. The Bench Memorandum provides a very brief summary review of the points relative to the State's waiver of its right to present preliminary objections and the bases for the Inter-American Court's jurisdiction.

Keywords: American States; Bench Memorandum; Inter-American Court; Member States



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