Ivcher Bronstein v. Peru

Ivcher Bronstein v. Peru

On July 13, 1997, the State arbitrarily deprived Mr. Baruch Ivcher Bronstein, a naturalized Peruvian citizen and majority shareholder and Director and President of Channel 2-Frecuencia Latina of the Peruvian television network, of his nationality title in order to remove him from the editorial control of the channel and restrict his freedom of expression, which he manifested by denouncing grave violations of human rights and acts of corruption. The Court found that the State violated the American Convention on Human Rights to the detriment of Mr. Ivcher Bronstein.

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