Scoppola v Italy (No 3): ECHR 22 May 2012

(Grand Chamber) A prisoner serving a sentence of 30 years imprisonment for murder, attempted murder and other offences object to his disenfranchisement under Italian law.
126/05, [2012] ECHR 868
European Convention on Human Rights
Human Rights
See AlsoScoppola v Italy (No 3) ECHR 18-Jan-2011
(referral to the grand chamber) . .

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Updated: 12 April 2021; Ref: scu.460181