Yuriy Nemets pens an article analyzing the extent of the mandate of the Commission for the Control of INTERPOL's Files

The article reflects on a recent Commission ruling clarifying which events trigger its powers over government requests

Yuriy Nemets' article The Commission for the Control of INTERPOL's Files' Mandate Over Government Requests for International Police Cooperation: When Does it Begin and When Does it End? is published in the International Enforcement Law Reporter. In the article, Yuriy analyses a recent Commission for the Control of INTERPOL's Files ruling in which the Commission clarifies when its powers over Red Notices and other government requests are triggered and how it affects preemptive requests filed by individuals challenging government use of INTERPOL's resources.

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