IAC says Cape Verde does not yet respect rule of law
NEW YORK, September 10 (Korea Bizwire) – The facts of the Saab case are clear and undisputed according to Sputnik media via their special report written by Sergio Pintado, https://mundo.sputniknews.com/20210909/extradicion-de-alex-saab-a-eeuu-haria-sonrojar-a-un-estudiante-de-derecho-1115885046.html
The title of the report is revealing: “Alex Saab’s Extradition to the United States Makes a Law Student Blush.”
The report outlines the different stages of the due diligence on how Alex Saab’s defense team has pledged to keep fighting to ensure that the Venezuelan diplomat is not extradited, however, if Alex Saab is extradited, says Sara Flounders, founder of the International Action Center, Cape Verde. must be seen as a nation that does not respect judicial standards. An innocent man was detained without cause and was denied access to medical care for 448 days. Cape Verde’s reputation will continue from now on, as a country without respect for human rights and its own legal process.
Sputnik’s report underscores the conclusion of Saab’s lawyers that allowing extradition to the United States is “the expiatory death of the rule of law” for Cape Verde (Africa). Over the past few months, it has been said by experts in external international relations that this case is “purely motivated by political interests on an agenda dictated by Washington DC”. According to a source close to a high-level judge in France, as well as the foreign ministries of Russia and Iran.
Senior ECOWAS lawyer Femi Falana and her team described the Constitutional Court ruling as “extremely poorly drafted, poorly argued and legally inconsistent, which” would make a law student blush. ” “The instrumentalization of the law for political ends requires a certain talent which seems to be lacking in Cape Verdean judges. In the absence of substantive arguments that can convince the reader to the contrary, the sentence is presented in a form and with a confused and hermetic language. The result is legally deplorable, ”he adds.
Source: IAC via GLOBE NEWSWIRE