Gorraiz Lizarraga et Autres v Espagne: ECHR 27 Apr 2004

(French Text) An excessively formalistic interpretation of the concept of a ‘victim’ would make protection of the rights guaranteed by the Convention ineffectual and illusory.
(2004) 45 EHRR 1039, 62543/00, [2004] ECHR 176, [2004] ECHR 178
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