National Implementation of IHL
Extradition Act, 1964
20.07.1964 (last accessed on 05.11.2020)

On 20 July 1964, the Government of Uganda adopted the The Extradition act. The purpose of this Act is to consolidate the law relating to extradition of persons accused or convicted of crimes committed within the jurisdiction of other countries. Article 3 lists cases in which extradition is not granted. Notably, extradition cannot be granted for political offences. Under article 28, the Act lists all the crimes on which extradition can be granted.

Keywords: Extradition, criminal law.

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