Righting Wrongs in Eastern Europe

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Manchester University Press, 1997 - Political Science - 226 pages
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One of the most painful aspects of the transition process in East-Central Europe is the attempt to address some of the serious human rights abuses that occurred in the name of communism as well as during the post-communist era.
  

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Contents

Interferences with private property 193845
22
Interferences with private property during the immediate postwar period
40
Interferences with private property during the Communist era
62
The abuse of certain rights other than property rights during
104
The abuse of certain rights other than property rights during
135
The restitution of property to natural persons and related schemes
149
The restitution of property to the Churches and related schemes
184
Compensation for injuries to rights other than property rights
201
Index
221
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Pogany is Reader in Law at the University of Warwick.

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