In general

As to the appellant’s allegations relating to the violation of Article 1of Protocol No. 7, the Constitutional Court observes that based on the documentation in the case-file it follows, primarily, that the process of deportation of appellant was not instituted, rather the procedure of enforcing the ruling of the Department for Foreigners on putting the appellant under surveillance was instituted and enforced. The very fact that the appellant was put under surveillance does not mean in itself that the procedure would end in his deportation, nor does it in any way prejudge the final decision in the procedures during which it is being decided on his right to stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina. No evidence whatsoever have been presented to the Constitutional Court indicating that the appellant was deprived of procedural rights for foreigners threatened with expulsion referred to in Article 1 of Protocol No. 7 to the European Convention. It follows that in the present case the appellant is not a victim of a violation of the mentioned right.
•    Decision on Admissibility No. AP 3307/08 of 28 March 2009, paragraph 30; the appeal relating to Article 1 of Protocol No. 1 to the European Convention is manifestly (prima facie)