Niccolo Rinaldi addresses the Prime Minister of Spain, asking for Pavlov’s extradition to be blocked
European Parliament member Niccolo Rinaldi (Italy of Values, IdV) has addressed the Spanish Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, with regard to the issue of the Kazakh refugee, Aleksandr Pavlov and the Supreme Court’s (Audiencia National) decision on his extradition.
In his letter, Niccolo Rinaldi addresses the Prime Minister with a request to block the extradition, citing, statements by Amnesty International and the Open Dialog Foundation amongst others. Rinaldi also points out that Pavlov would be at risk of torture should he be repatriated, and that he should not, therefore, be rendered to Kazakhstan.
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