extradition treaty

New Zealand and Saudi Arabia Prepare Extraditions to China

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court of New Zealand ruled in a 3-2 decision to allow the extradition of a murder suspect to China at the request of Chinese authorities. The ruling sets what critics have described as a dangerous...

Why Hong Kong is Protesting

Proposed amendments to Hong Kong extradition laws sparked protests by as many as a million people...

China Hails Canada Decision to Extradite Fugitive

Last Thursday Canadian courts finally agreed to extradite Lai Changxing, known as China’s “most wanted fugitive” on the assurance that he would not be tortured or executed by the Chinese government. From...

Are China and Others Abusing Interpol?

A report by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists accuses China and other countries of using politically motivated Interpol “Red Notices” to strike at dissidents and refugees abroad. Consequences...

China signs extradition deal with Spain – Sun Shangwu

From China Daily (link) China will not execute criminal suspects repatriated from Spain, a decision that could help persuade more Western countries to join China’s efforts tracking down corrupt officials who have fled abroad. The Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC) ratified the repatriation treaty with Spain on Saturday. It is the first […]



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