European Court of Human Rights Third Section Decision as to the Admissibility of Application No. 43844/98 T.I. v. United Kingdom

April 2000
International Journal of Refugee Law;Apr2000, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p244
Academic Journal
Details the decision of the European Court of Human Rights to the argument set by a Sri Lankan national born applicant who was held on Campsfield House Detention Centre for allegations of being connected with the terrorist organisation Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam. Discussion of the facts presented by the applicant; Effort of the applicant to claim asylum; Overview of the provisions of Article 33 of The Status of Refugees under the 1951 Geneva Convention.


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