ECHR judgment of November 6, 2018 in the case of Tomina and Others (Tomina and Others) v. Russia (fair compensation) (applications N 20578/08, 21159/08, 22903/08, 24519/08, 24728/08, 25084 / 08, 25558/08, 25559/08, 27555/08, 27568/08, 28031/08, 30511/08, 31038/08, 45120/08, 45124/08, 45131/08, 45133/08, 45141/08 , 45167/08 and 45173/08).
The ruling of the European Court of Human Rights postponed the issue of paying just compensation for one of the complaints before submitting additional information. It was decided to pay moral damages to the applicants.
In the judgment in the case of Tomina and Others v. Russia, dated December 1, 2016, the European Court found that there was a violation of the applicants' rights, but decided to postpone the question of paying just compensation for one of the complaints before submitting additional information.
On November 6, 2018 in the Order for the Payment of Fair Compensation, the European Court unanimously decided that each of the two applicants in claim No. 45173/08 should be paid 8,714 euros in compensation for non-pecuniary damage.