Chile: Fujimori Case: the Supreme Court of Justice must comply with obligations of international law contracted by Chile
On 11 July 2007, Chilean Supreme Court Judge Orlando �lvarez Hern�ndez rejected the extradition request made by Peru with regard to its former president, Alberto Fujimori. Amnesty International urges the Judges of the Supreme Court to intervene in the extradition process of Alberto Fujimori in order to respect the obligations of international law that Chile has undertaken to fulfil.
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