European justice – It was in Sweden that the beggar Violeta learned that she had made Switzerland bend

European justice – It was in Sweden that the beggar Violeta learned that she had made Switzerland bend
European justice – It was in Sweden that the beggar Violeta learned that she had made Switzerland bend

A mother sentenced in Geneva for begging won in Strasbourg. His rough journey is symbolic of the living conditions of his community.

Julien culet

Posted: 01/23/2021, 10:26 PM

Begging has been prohibited in Geneva since 2007 and in the canton of Vaud since 2018.

Photo d’illustration. Laurent Gilliéron/Keystone

It is a perfect illustration of the victory of the earthen pot over the iron pot. Violeta, 28, a Roma beggar, won Tuesday against Switzerland in the European Court of Human Rights. It was in Sweden that she heard the news. “She doesn’t necessarily understand all the issues. She is especially happy to have won 1000 francs. ”, Reports her Geneva lawyer, Me Dina Bazarbachi.

The judges condemned the Swiss authorities for their application of the law prohibiting begging. This could be reviewed following the decision.

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