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On April 7, 2009 the third section of the European Court of Human Rights issued a judgment in the Case of Mendel vs. Sweden, which is of significance not because it adds another precedent to the long standing case law delimitating the scope of Art. 6 European Convention on Human Rights but because it underlines, once again, the inherent obstacle in the Swedish legal system to providing individuals access to courts for a review of administrative decisions by State authorities.
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