The Russian authorities did not provide sufficient evidence of their innocence in the death of Alexander Litvinenko. This is the conclusion reached by the European Court of Human Rights.
A former billionaire policeman seeks justice without delay.
The ECHR awarded Eduard Limonov compensation for the fine in the suit of Yuri Luzhkov.
The messenger challenged the ECHR for failure to disclose the FSB's encryption keys.
The ECHR awarded the President of the "Russian Milk" with 7,500 euros compensation for the imprisonment in the pre-trial detention center.
As a gesture of goodwill, Russia may provide redress for the "honest shareholders", as admitted by the Russian Constitutional Court.
According to experts, the new trial may result in either acquittal or condemnatory judgement.
Russia is going to pursue it at court.
Despite the entry into force of the relevant decision of the European Court of Human Rights.
The sum awarded by the European Court is unusually high for this type of violations, experts say.
The decision to pay €1,86 billion awarded by the ECHR to former Yukos shareholders may have much more serious implications than a verdict on $50 billion by the Hague Tribunal. Both for the Russian budget and its judicial system.
Arbitration in the Hague ruled to collect $50 billion from Russia in favor of the former shareholders of Yukos. The fiasco was planned. Russia didn't even lift a finger to win this battle.