Sæt en stopper for Soros-dommere i den Europæiske Menneskerettighedsdomstol

­­­­Dear Sir or Madam,
The ECLJ continues its action to restore the guarantee of the impartiality of the judges of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). For too many years, the ECHR has exhibited activism in matters such as migration policies and has promoted a “legal wokism” in contradiction with the European Convention itself: abortion, euthanasia, bioethics, feminism, etc. This activism is caused in particular by the existing links between some judges of the Court and leftist NGOs financed by George Soros: the Open Society Foundations, the Helsinki Committees, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, etc. In dozens of cases, these judges have sat in a situation of conflict of interest. These conflicts of interest, which the ECLJ has brought to light, have obliged the Court to revise its rules of judicial ethics, as we explained here.  However, most of the recommendations made by the ECLJ in its report have not yet been taken into account. ­­­­
­­­Sign the petition to put an end to conflicts of interest at the ECHR­­­
With the support of many members of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, we will finally hand over the petition that many of you have already signed on Wednesday 12 October 2022, following a meeting in the Assembly building.  The closure of the Council of Europe during the coronavirus crisis prevented us from delivering this petition earlier to the Bureau of the Assembly. But the delay is also due to the obstruction of the President of the Assembly, the far-left Dutchman Tiny Kox, who is preventing any debate on this important issue. No wonder: he is a former board member of the Dutch Helsinki Committee, one of the NGOs involved in conflicts of interest at the ECHR. He is therefore in no hurry to see us hold a conference on this subject and to have us file our petition to end conflicts of interest at the ECHR, which has already been signed by more than 58,000 people. This obstruction by Tiny Kox reinforces our determination to improve the functioning of the European Court of Human Rights.  

Please sign and share our petition before 11 October, to give as much legitimacy as possible to our meeting at the PACE the following day:­­
­­­Sign the petition to put an end to conflicts of interest at the ECHR­­­
NGO/ECHR/Conflicts of Interest: 6 minutes to understand­

English subtitles available on YouTube.­­­
NGOs and the Judges of the ECHR 2009 – 2019­

This report exposes the relationships existing between several judges of the European Court of Human Rights and NGOs that are active before this Court. It analyzes the various problems that these connections cause, and seeks solutions.

Download Our Report Here.­­­

Tiny Kox

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