October 2, 2012

The Swedish government that grants extradition? but they do not interfere with the judges?

Well, is it really so? The text of the law says this:


As I read it, it's the government that grants extradition. Formulation of "extradition can be granted" recurs through subsequent paragraphs.

A change in the law will certainly enter into force on 16 October this year, but that's the law we are discussing, I guess.

Are there other sources of law that are relevant here?

It seems that you are right if there is no other law that stands above it. But if we watch how the government handled the Egyptian case, it does not matter what the law says. They can violate the Swedish law without consequences anyway.

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