Personal Inviolability and Diplomatic Immunity in Respect of Serious Crimes

Personal Inviolability and Diplomatic Immunity in Respect of Serious Crimes

Personal inviolability and diplomatic immunity from criminal jurisdiction still remain among the most problematic issues in modern diplomatic law. Such special privileges have for long effectively protected diplomatic representatives and other foreign officials from interference with their freedom, which may be attendant upon penal proceeding, the objective of which is […]

 

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