VUB-Phd: French Revolution era clause prevented extradition in Catalan case

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During the French Revolution, the idea arose that a political crime was not an argument for extraditing a person to another state. That exception was long inscribed in extradition treaties between European states. In 1977, it was significantly watered down by the Council of Europe under pressure from terror movements that were then active in Europe.
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