Members of Polish parliament address the Minister of Justice of the Czech Republic
MPs: Tomasz Makowski, Andrzej Lewandowski, Wojciech Penkalski, Artur Dębski and Robert Biedroń addressed the Minister of Justice of the Czech Republic with regard to Tatiana Paraskevich – a former co-worker of Mukhtar Ablyazov.
They pointed to the alarming form of detention of Ablyazov’s wife and daughter in Italy and the threat of extradition of Mukhtar Ablyazov from France, Alexander Pavlov from Spain, Muratbek Ketebayev from Poland and Zaura Akpenbetova from Hungary.
22INTERPOL's reform and rights of victims of politically motivated extradition requests: steps forward and emergence of new threats
03Stop the extradition of the oppositionist due to the threats of torture, an unfair trial and the illegal interference of Kazakhstan
07The list of Kazakh dissidents, their families and colleagues persecuted with the use of INTERPOL in the European Union in 2012-15
21Alexander Pavlov was on the verge of freedom
17Polish Parliamentarians’ Appeal to Ukraine’s Authorities
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