Russia withdraws from European Commissionleave before being fired– completed Mikhail Lobov Outside the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). On January 2, Lobov had just started his nine-year term, becoming the shortest-serving judge of the European Court of Human Rights. all for war.
Lobov to replace is also Russian Dmitry Dedorf, whose term expires in December. The fourth Russian in the history of the court, who has worked for the European Commission in Strasbourg for 25 years, has become an authority and a name that will sooner or later appear at the European Court of Human Rights.
During his career, Lovoff was Assistant Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Strasbourg from 1995 to 1997 and joined the Judgment Enforcement Unit of the European Court of Human Rights in 1997, finally from 2004 to 2006 During this period, he served as the head of the department.
Preparation for a lifetime
In later years, he combined his responsibilities with his legal profession, until he eventually spent seven years at the Council of Europe’s Human Rights Policy and Cooperation Department before securing a position he may have been preparing for decades.
And this profile, perfectly suited to the Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights, in just two and a half months, fulfilled the greatest responsibility of his career, but everything was blown up. It was a collateral victim of the invasion of Ukraine, order Vladimir Putin And since March 24, destruction and killings have been carried out on Ukrainian soil.
Is International Criminal Court Those who are currently investigating Putin, and many of their compatriots are paying a high war price for it. It happened to athletes, businessmen and judges, like Mikhail Lobov, whose dreams had just been interrupted.