Extradition in the Framework of International Agreements

Elena Xhina


Extradition is a very important institute of criminal law, among other things it is provided by the code penal of the Republic of Albania in order combat to crime, especially in international mutual cooperation to capture and bring before justice offenders of criminal acts. Extradition enables the states to agree and to cooperate to hand over people who have consumed criminal offense from state they are sheltered to state that demands them. In this way it is possible to implement law, combat and prevent crime at the same time. International agreements are based on the basic legal framework that govern the institution of extradition, and precisely in this context will be treated this institute. What is the meaning of this institute? In which forms has it evolved and what perspective does it have? This paper will be focused in these research questions, by treating every issue step by step. The Object of the study for the development of this paper is precisely the concept of extradition, ways of evolution, and the procedure to be followed for its implementation and the expectations in the near future associated with it.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2014.v3n1p55

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