Britain backed Russia in abandoning EU laws

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London expects to simplify the procedure for the expulsion of criminals from the country
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The UK, following Russia, plans to abandon part of the rules of the European Court of Human Rights, thus, to a greater extent supporting the decision of the Russian Federation. An article about this was published in SkyNews.

“British courts do not always have to follow the European Court of Human Rights. Instead, the legislation states that the Supreme Court in London is the highest decision-making body on human rights issues,” said Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab.

In addition to being able to ignore the decisions of the ECtHR, London expects to simplify the procedure for expelling criminals from the country, Nation News writes. If the law is adopted, the Supreme Court, and not the ECHR, as it was before, will become the final authority on human rights issues, the Federal News Agency adds.

On March 15, Russia filed an application for withdrawal from the Council of Europe. The country’s authorities called the NATO countries responsible for this decision, which “all this time used the topic of human rights to realize their own geopolitical interests and attacks.” Among other things, the Russian Federation no longer plans to pay an annual contribution to this organization due to “unprecedented political and sanctions pressure.” Accordingly, now the decisions of the ECtHR will no longer be implemented in the Russian Federation. The court has already suspended consideration of all complaints against the state.

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The UK, following Russia, plans to abandon part of the rules of the European Court of Human Rights, thus, to a greater extent supporting the decision of the Russian Federation. An article about this was published in SkyNews. “British courts do not always have to follow the European Court of Human Rights. Instead, the legislation states that the Supreme Court in London is the highest decision-making body on human rights issues,” said Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab. In addition to being able to ignore the decisions of the ECtHR, London expects to simplify the procedure for expelling criminals from the country, Nation News writes. If the law is adopted, the Supreme Court, and not the ECHR, as it was before, will become the final authority on human rights issues, the Federal News Agency adds. On March 15, Russia filed an application for withdrawal from the Council of Europe. The country’s authorities called the NATO countries responsible for this decision, which “all this time used the topic of human rights to realize their own geopolitical interests and attacks.” Among other things, the Russian Federation no longer plans to pay an annual contribution to this organization due to “unprecedented political and sanctions pressure.” Accordingly, now the decisions of the ECtHR will no longer be implemented in the Russian Federation. The court has already suspended consideration of all complaints against the state.

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