In order to ensure the practical effectiveness of the rights under the European Convention on Human Rights1 and to keep pace with the evolving standards of society, the European Court of Human Rights has occasionally implied into existing Convention rights specific rights that are not expressly provided for, describing such rights as 'inherent' to the Convention right in question2. By way of illustration, the Court has implied as specific aspects necessary to make the substance of the right to a fair hearing
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