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The Margin of Appreciation in the Jurisprudence of the ECHR: a Study on the Doctrine and Its Interplay with the European Consensus Inquiry and the Principle of Proportionality

Ropponen, Otto

Acta Legis Turkuensia 2015
18.3.2016
Referee-artikkeli
Alkuperäinen julkaisupäivä: 18.3.2016

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The margin of appreciation is a doctrine developed by the European Court of Human Rights that indicates the Court’s willingness to limit its power of review and grant member states certain autonomy in fulfilling their duties under the European Convention on Human Rights. The first section of this article discusses the margin of appreciation doctrine in general. It begins by shortly presenting the history of the doctrine and its justification as proposed by relevant case law and literature. The two other main sections of this article discuss European consensus and proportionality, two other principles of interpretation used by the Court in its case law. The focus will be on their interplay with the margin of appreciation. The article also identifies prospective developments in the Court’s jurisprudence.

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