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This chapter contains the most important separate opinions of Judge Loukis Loucaides, member of the European Court of Human Rights from 1998 until 2008, on the following cases: (i) Slimani v. France (Application no. 57671/00), judgement of 27 July 2004, (ii) Wieser v. Austria (Application no. 2293/03), judgement of 22 February 2007, (iii) Zelilof v. Greece (Application no. 17060/03), judgement of 24 May 2007, (iv) Bitiyeva and X. v. Russia (Application nos. 57953/00 and 37392/03), judgement of 21 June 2007, and (v) Karagiannopoulos v. Greece (Application no. 27850/03), judgement of 21 June 2007.

Keywords: European Court of Human Rights; Judge Loukis Loucaides



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