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Belgian court docket rejects extradition of ex-Catalan minister to Spain

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A Belgian court docket has rejected Spain’s demand to have a former high-ranking politician from the area of Catalonia extradited again to the nation to be tried for his alleged function in an independence referendum that Madrid branded as unlawful.The Brussels prosecutor’s workplace stated on Friday the court docket had rejected imposing the European arrest warrant for the previous Catalan tradition minister, Lluis Puig, on the grounds that “the Spanish authorities who issued the warrant are not competent to do so”.
Puig has been living in exile in Belgium since he, former Catalan President Carles Puigdemont and numerous their associates fled to Belgium in October 2017.
They had been fearing arrest over the secessionist push he led and the holding of an independence referendum that the Spanish authorities stated was unlawful.
His attorneys had argued that Spain’s Supreme Court doesn’t have the jurisdiction to evaluate Puig and that solely a Catalan court docket is competent to take action.
The Brussels prosecutor’s workplace stated it’s deciding whether or not to enchantment the Belgian court docket ruling.
Puigdemont has since been elected to the European Parliament.

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