Contracting states are under an obligation to take measures designed to ensure that individuals within their jurisdiction are not subjected to Article 3 treatment1, including such ill-treatment administered by private individuals2. The primary requirement for meeting this obligation is to enact criminal law provisions that operate as an effective deterrent against Article 3 violations and provide practical and effective protection
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