The European Convention on Human Rights*1 has to be amended.
An inadmissibility of individual applications causing their rejection by judges of chambers of the European Court of Human Rights is an object of this research.
This article aims to ascertain whether certain provisions of the European Convention on Human Rights pertaining to finding individual applications inadmissible, causing a rejection of such applications, fall in compliance with the principles of the Rule of law and with the general doctrine of Judicial Review.
A necessity for such a research of the topic ensues from multiple facts when judges of chambers of the European Court of Human Rights, while acting in individual capacity ( i.e. the so- called-single judges) with competence mentioned in Article 27 of the European Convention on Human Rights adopt their decisions which prevent the Court from further making a thorough judicial scrutiny to merits and facts of applications received. One of the proving examples of this is the fact as follows.
Since 2007 the Kyiv Circuit court of Ukraine has not been hearing a law-suit of the Association of Independent jurists and journalists “The Democratic Space”