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The European Court of Human Rights today announced four decisions on 51 complaints from Azerbaijan.

According to turan.az, the Azerbaijani government needs to pay 51 applicants a total of EUR 239,450 with respect to four decisions.

Two decisions concern allegations regarding violations of electoral rights, one is linked to a complaint about illegal actions of a court, and under another case, the applicants are members of the Jehovah’s Witnesses religious community.

Applicants who refused to serve in the army due to their religious convictions have been held criminally liable and sentenced to one year in prison.

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