The European Court of Human Rights released its provisional annual report for 2009. 57,100 new applications were filed to a chamber of the Court and the total backlog reached 119,298 cases. 6,197 cases were communicated to the agents of 47 countries. 2,395 judgment were pronounced and  33,065 decisions of inadmissibility or strike out were taken.

For the French Republic : 1,589 new applications were filed to a chamber of the Court and the total backlog reached 2,464 cases. 111 cases were communicated to the agent of the government. 33 judgments were pronounced and 1,512 decisions of inadmissibility or strike out were taken. 11 out of 33 judgments found no violation of the Convention.

For the same year, the French administrative supreme court (conseil d’etat) pronounced 3,388 judgments and the judicial supreme court (cour de cassation) pronounced 10,722 judgments.

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