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Extradition of foreign convicts from Czechia could be speeded up

March 13th, 2019

The extradition of foreigners who were repeatedly convicted in the Czech Republic for an intentional crime may be made faster after the Czech Chamber of Deputies passed such amendment to the law on foreigners on Wednesday. The possibility to file a complaint to court against the administrative decision on extradition remained in the law. Based on Interior Minister Jan Hamacek's proposal, the process should take up to six months as the deadline for the courts' decision about the complaint was shortened. The extradition procedure may now take even more than two years, Hamacek said, adding that there were about 400 of such cases in each of the past two years.


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