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Constitutional Court turns down Aslan Yandiyev's appeal

August 10th, 2018

The Constitutional Court turned down an appeal made by Aslan Yandiyev against his extradition to Russia on the grounds that the court lacks the powers to deliberate on the appeal, TASR learnt from court spokesperson Martina Ferencova on Friday. The verdict is valid and final, with no option of appeal. Slovakia extradited Yandiyev, wanted on suspicions of terrorism, to Russia on July 17. The UN Human Rights Committee asked Slovakia to postpone the extradition because the UN wanted to examine whether he would face torture and mistreatment in Russia. The Slovak Justice Ministry responded, however, that if Yandiyev is not extradited, he would have to be released, which would be a security risk given the accusations he faces.


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