Urgent! Court rules on Paraskevich’s right to non-refoulment
Today, on March 28, 2014 the Circuit Court in Pilsen heard the extradition case of Tatiana Paraskevich; the request having been submitted by the Russian Federation. The Prosecutor changed her previous stance on the case (she had requested extradition) and stated that in the current state of affairs, extradition is inadmissible. In conclusion, she objected to it.
- Following deliberation, the court refused the request for the extradition of Paraskevich filed by the Russian Federation. The defence and prosecution waived their right to appeal. The ruling has become final and binding. Now we must wait for the Minister of Justice of the Czech Republic, says Aleksandra Gajewska, a representative of the Open Dialog Foundation.
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