US officials have proposed a new law to combat politically motivated INTERPOL red notices by placing strict limits on how US authorities process them.
Partner Edward Grange commented: “It is interesting to note that the US are seeking to install additional safeguards into its domestic legislation to protect individuals within its jurisdiction from arbitrary arrest on abusive INTERPOL red notices.”
“INTERPOL have taken steps over the years to reform its policies and procedures but clearly the US legislators feel that such reforms are either insufficient or toothless in their application,”
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