diplomatic immunity

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exemption from taxation or normal processes of law that is offered to diplomatic personnel in a foreign country

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Sources say that Plan A is to take immediate measures on restricting diplomatic privileges available to US diplomats in India.
Yusupha Bojang, deputy head of the mission, first secretary Gaston Sambou, welfare officer Georgina Gomez and finance attache Ebrima John - who all had diplomatic privileges - and three other embassy employees were found guilty of conspiracy at Southwark crown court in South London.
The second part of the book deals with the period from 1789 to the present, a time when diplomatic privilege and practice has come under increased attack by revolutionary states and by the clash between European practice and those of states outside Europe.
The NCP-SPLM panel also resolved on the creation of GoSS Missions abroad and that the Sudan embassies and GoSS Missions shall collaborate and enjoy the same diplomatic privileges abroad.
We understand and respect every country's security procedure but we also expect that usual diplomatic privileges and courtesies are extended to the ambassador and our diplomats," a source added.
Overseas, CA-LNAs have the same responsibilities and rotations as other adjudicators and enjoy the same benefits, such as overseas housing, educational allowances and diplomatic privileges.
Yet Aboutalebi has admitted to participating--even if as a bit player--in one of the most serious violations of diplomatic privileges and protections in recent memory.
India retaliated by expelling a US consular official, halting official interactions between the countries for a month, and revoking diplomatic privileges of Americans in India.
Since there are evidently differing perspectives on both sides on the issue of diplomatic privileges and immunities, both countries have agreed to initiate a dialogue to comprehensively address all aspects related to diplomatic immunities and privileges in a mutually acceptable manner, so as to avoid recurrence of such instances.
The clampdown was so severe that all airport passes were withdrawn and US ambassador Nancy Powell was forced to cancel her Christmas vacation in Nepal as she was told that she will have to do without special diplomatic privileges.
India on Tuesday scaled down diplomatic privileges to U.
For centuries, sovereign states have regulated their relations with treaties -- from ending wars and demarcating borders to establishing diplomatic privileges and conducting trade.