Where a matter is referred to the European Court of Human Rights1 it may deal with the matter only after all domestic remedies have been2 exhausted, and within a period of six months from the date on which the final decision was taken3. In the case of an individual application4, the Court may not deal with any such application that is anonymous5 or is substantially the same as a matter that has already been examined by the Court or has already been submitted to another procedure of international investigation or settlement and contains no relevant new information
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