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12 August 2010, Budapest (Hungary) and Sofia (Bulgaria). In a decision dated 29 June 2010, the European Court of Human Rights declared the application of Rusi Stanev v. Bulgaria (application no. 36760/06) admissible. The Fifth Section of the Court, in a procedure reserved for cases that raise issues of great importance, relinquished the case to the Grand Chamber for judgment on the merits. Mr.

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MDAC has recently moved offices and is now based in:

Hercegprímás utca 11
H-1054 Budapest
Hungary.

Our phone and fax numbers remain the same. Unfortunately, as a result of the move, we had no access to internet, emails and telephone between 18 July and 4 August and have not received any incoming messages which were sent during that time. We kindly ask all messages to be re-sent and apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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Budapest (Hungary) and Strasbourg (France), 20 May 2010. Persons with disabilities placed under guardianship are one of the most vulnerable groups of Hungarian society. One reason for their exclusion is that they are automatically deprived of their basic right to participate in political decision-making. Today, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that this blanket disenfranchisement is contrary to the European Convention of Human Rights.

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