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2000: Victoria Riel Guevara et al. V.Alboria Bench Memorandum

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Victorious, Albertia renamed the entire Alboria and administered the new province directly from Albertia. Under Article 62 of the American Convention on Human Rights a State can declare that it recognizes as binding the jurisdiction of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights on all matters relating to the interpretation or application of the American Convention. The European Court stated that a State's justification for the interference of the freedom of thought and expression must meet three criteria: 1) the offense/interference must be prescribed by law; 2) the State had one or more legitimate aims; and 3) the interference was &t;necessary in a democratic society&t;.Article 63 (1) of the American Convention states that if any of the rights under the Convention are violated, the individual is entitled to reparations.

Keywords: American Convention; European Court; Inter-American Court; jurisdiction; Petitioner; Winning Memorial



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