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The culture of protecting fundamental rights and human rights is based on the emergence of constitutional instruments and international instruments for the protection of those rights, such as the European Convention on Human Rights. A transition of the legal culture as a result of that Convention has taken place in three phases, where the first phase of transition consists of the drafting of the Convention, bringing different cultures and traditions under a common umbrella, and its implementation in the national legal system. During the second phase of transition, the meaning of the Convention provisions has further developed under the case law of the European Court of Human Rights, partly independently and partly under the influence of a variety of legal cultures. The third and last phase of transition is what takes place at the national level, as the case law of the European Court of Human Rights is received and internalised by the national judiciary.