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The procedure followed by the judicial authorities where the evidence of a child, reported in court by third persons, one of them a close relative, was the only direct evidence of the sexual offence in question and the domestic courts based their finding of the applicant's guilt to a decisive extent on the child's statements could not be considered as having enabled the defence to challenge the evidence.

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2016-12-10

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