The final judgment of the European Court of Human Rights1 must be transmitted to the Committee of Ministers, which must supervise its execution2. If the Committee considers that the supervision of the execution of a final judgment is hindered by a problem of interpretation of the judgment, it may refer the matter to the Court for a ruling on the question of interpretation3. If the Committee considers that a High Contracting Party4 refuses to abide by a final judgment in a case to which it is a party, it may5 refer to the Court the question whether that party
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