STRASBOURG, France (AP) — The European Court of Human Rights has brushed aside a problem by football player Adrian Mutu and speedskater Claudia Pechstein claiming they had been denied an excellent trial by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
However, the panel of 7 European judges says Pechstein’s rights had been violated as a result of Switzerland-based CAS denied a public listening to in her attraction in opposition to a doping ban. The court docket says Switzerland will have to pay Pechstein damages of 8,000 euros ($9,200).
The resolution, printed Tuesday after an eight-year procedure, could pressure CAS to ease its conventional secrecy.
Currently, CAS permits public hearings simplest within the uncommon match that every one events agree. CAS says it’s going to read about if the France-based European court docket is soliciting for “a public hearing at the request of one party only.”
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