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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
European Convention on Human Rights is one of the most important conventions in the field of human rights and has a significant role in the development of international human rights law. From its entering into force in 1953, the Convention has faced with many challenges, such as increasing the parties to the Convention of European Council and the establishment of the European Union which requires amending and updating of the convention. Therefore, by now, many protocols have been attached to the convention. The most recent one is protocol no. 15 adopted in May 2013 that is currently in the process of ratification by contracting parties. In addition to some structural amendments, the protocol was added to the preamble of the conventions’ references to both the margin of appreciation and subsidiarity. In this article, the protocol no. 15 and its role in amending the European Human Rights Law are analyzed.