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hand over to the authorities of another country

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In the meantime, Leung Chun-ying, Chief Executive of Hong Kong, has said that the government will handle it "in accordance with the laws and established procedures of Hong Kong." A poll initiated by the South China Morning Post shows that more than half the Hong Kongers surveyed are opposed to extraditing Snowden back to the U.S.
First, the treaty was only to be used for terrorist suspects and, second, the UK would get the same rights in extraditing US suspects.
HOME Secretary Charles Clarke yesterday won crucial High Court backing for new laws that streamline the process of extraditing fugitives to other countries.
Shortly before President Bush's March 23 meeting with Mexican President Vicente Fox, the Los Angeles Police Protective League sent him a letter urging him to pressure Fox into extraditing Garcia for trial in California.
In sentencing a defendant extradited to this country in accordance with a diplomatic agreement between the Executive branch and the extraditing nation, a district court delicately must balance its discretionary sentencing decision with the principles of international comity in which the rule of speciality sounds."
He says there are no legal provisions for extraditing the suspects to the US.
On the content, it wants the EU Member States to be explicitly banned from extraditing someone to the US if the person could be sentenced to death.
(1) Usually, law enforcement officials in the United States (e.g., state and local county prosecutors) seek recourse under the mechanism of Article IV of the Mexican Federal Penal Code because Mexico's domestic law on international extradition prohibits Mexican authorities from extraditing its citizens in all but the most exceptional circumstances.
President Donald Trump has told his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan that Washington is working on extraditing a U.S.-based Muslim cleric accused of orchestrating a failed Turkish coup in 2016, Turkey's foreign minister said on Sunday.
Seraj underlined that the western countries and banks are benefiting from the illegitimate financial gains of such culprits and that's why they refrain from extraditing them to Iran.
The Mexican government itself was not in favor of extraditing Guzman - a long-standing U.S.