Yuriy Nemets is quoted in the European Parliament study about INTERPOL abuse

The European Parliament cites Yuriy Nemets' article in its study 'Misuse of INTERPOL's Red Notices and Impact on Human Rights -- Recent Developments'

The Policy Department for External Relations of the European Parliament has published its study 'Misuse of INTERPOL's Red Notices and Impact on Human Rights -- Recent Developments.' Among other scholarly publications cited in the study is Yuriy Nemets' article 'Due Process and the Presumption of Innocence in the Interpretation and Enforcement of INTERPOL's Rules.'

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