Fundamental to the proper working of the European Convention on Human Rights1 is the division of responsibility between domestic courts and the European Court of Human Rights, pursuant to which the domestic courts are responsible for protecting and enforcing the human rights of their citizens while the European Court of Human Rights has a supervisory role under which it intervenes only when the domestic systems for protecting and enforcing human rights break down
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