Friday, 19 December 2008

Last Post of 2008

With almost 20,000 pageviews from nearly a 100 countries since its start at the end of May, this weblog has gathered a large group of readers. It is to you all that I would like to extend my thanks, for it is your reactions that kept me going, trying to provide you all kinds of ECHR-related news.

This is my last post of this calendar year, but I will be back in full swing on January 5. For those of you who wish to read a judgment under the Christmas tree, I can recommend Khurshid Mustafa and Tarzibachi v. Sweden: on a family originally from Iraq, evicted from their apartment in Sweden for refusing to remove a satellite dish which enabled them to watch television programmes from their country of origin. One may specifically consider with a smile the Court's ironic obiter dictum that it concerned "a tenement house with no particular aesthetic aspirations"!

Best wishes for the end of the year, dear readers, and see you in 2009!

5 comments:

Kasia said...

Congratulations and once again many thanks! All the best for you and your blog in 2009.

Amaury A. Reyes said...

Congratulations,
Everyweek i follow the judgments of The Court and your analysis in you blog. Your contribution to the academic development of the International Human Right Law is valuable. Keep going.

Thank you very Much for your work,

Greetings from Dominican Republic

Best Regards


Amaury A. Reyes

AM said...

Antoine,

beste wensen voor het nieuwe jaar en de komende feestdagen.

Geweldige keuze voor het laatste stuk, de zin over de "aesthetic aspirations" is inderdaad "priceless":)

Hartelijke groet!

Aleks. Momirov (Erasmus)

sandyatyourservice said...

I hope you have a safe and very happy New Year!

~Sandy G.
http://sandyatyourservice.wordpress.com/

Anonymous said...

haha that dictum is my new hero lol