Monthly Archives: April 2018

23rd Apr 2018

Ivica Todoric, owner of Agrokor will be extradited unless appeal is launched

Today the Chief Magistrate of England and Wales, Emma Arbuthnot, has ordered that Ivica Todoric be extradited to Croatia to face fraud charges. The Croatian businessman is the owner of the biggest employer in the Balkans, Agrokor. The Chief Magistrate said that there was significant evidence of fraud and that the Croatian authorities were in […]

23rd Apr 2018

Bosnia rejects request to extradite alleged FETO member

The Appeals Chamber of Bosnia’s state court has rejected Turkey’s request for the extradition of an individual who was alleged to have been involved in the July 2016 coup in Turkey. The Appeals Chamber approved the judgment of the lower court on the basis that Ms Gokcen had requested asylum in Bosnia before Turkey requested […]

11th Apr 2018

GRECO suggests that new Romanian criminal code amendments could make it harder to prosecute corruption cases.

The Group of States against Corruption (GRECO), the Council of Europe anti-corruption body has expressed serious concerns over the proposed amendments to the Romanian Criminal Code. It has been suggested that the proposed measures would restrict the use of covert investigative techniques and are likely to hinder Romania’s ability to combat corruption and other serious […]

4th Apr 2018

Turkey requests Red Notice for journalist it accuses of espionage

A Turkish court has issued an arrest warrant and requested an Interpol Red Notice for Turkish journalist Can Dündar, who is currently exiled in Germany and is wanted by Turkey on charges of espionage. He was arrested in Turkey in November 2015 in relation to a report he wrote for the newspaper Cumhuriyet concerning allegations […]

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