A human rights court will not appear in Russia; the current legislation does not provide for the creation of such a structure. Andrey Klishas, a member of the Federation Council from the Krasnodar Territory, thinks so, his words are reported by RIA Novosti.
“Russia is unlikely to create its own human rights court; there is no place for such a structure in the current legislation,” Klishas said.
The fact that Russia will not comply with the decisions of the European Court of Human Rights, issued after Russia's withdrawal from the Council of Europe, became known in mid-May. Then a corresponding bill was submitted to the State Duma. At the same time, it was announced that the judgments of the ECtHR would no longer be considered grounds for reviewing the decisions of Russian courts.
The mention of the ECtHR will be excluded from the Law on the Prosecutor’s Office, the Law on the Detention of Suspected and Accused of Committing Crimes, the Law on Compensation for Violation of the Right to Trial within a Reasonable Time or the Right to Execution of a Judicial Act within a Reasonable Time, the Code of Administrative Procedure and Penal Code.