Austrian court authorises Sanader extradition to Croatia.

By bne IntelliNews May 10, 2011
An Austrian court ruled that former Croatian PM Ivo Sanader can be extradited from Austria, news agency HINA reported. Croatia has requested the extradition after Sanader was arrested in Austria in a corruption investigation. The arrest followed the issuing of an arrest warrant by Croatia's prosecution. Sanader left the country several hours before the parliament stripped him of immunity from prosecution.

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