La Corte Europea dei Diritti dell’Uomo, in composizione plenaria, ha eletto oggi Guido Raimondi nuovo Presidente della Corte; il Giudice Italiano assumerà formalmente l’incarico il 1 novembre 2015.
Guido Raimondi, dunque, succederà a Dean Spielmann – Giudice per il Lussemburgo – il cui mandato terminerà il 31 ottobre 2015.
Di seguito, il curriculum vitae del nuovo Presidente, tratto dal sito ufficiale della Corte.
Born on 22 October 1953 in Naples, Italy
Master’s degree in law, University of Naples, 1975
Assistant lecturer to the first chair of International Law in the Law Faculty of Naples, 1976-1977
Seconded to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Diplomatic Legal Service, 1986-1989
Co-Agent for the Italian Government before the European Court and Commission of Human Rights, 1989-1997
Member of the Appeals Board of the Western European Union in London, 1991-1992
Member of various Council of Europe Steering Committees and Committees of Experts, in particular the Bureau of the Steering Committee for Human Rights, chaired 1999-2000
Advocate General at the Court of Cassation, 1997-2002
Member of the Italian Inter-ministerial Committee for Human Rights (1998-2003)
Full member of the Appeals Board of the Western European Union in Brussels, 1998-2000
Ad hoc judge of the European Court of Human Rights, 2001-2003
Judge of the Court of Cassation, 2002-2003
Deputy Legal Adviser to the International Labour Office (ILO) in Geneva, 2003-2007
Legal Adviser and Director of the Office of Legal Services of the ILO, 2008-2010
Judge of the European Court of Human Rights since 5 May 2010.
Vice-President of the Court and President of Section since 1 November 2012.