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Chile
Practice Relating to Rule 161. International Cooperation in Criminal Proceedings
Section C. Extradition of own nationals
According to the Report on the Practice of Chile (1997), Chilean law does not, in general, prohibit the extradition of Chilean nationals. 
Report on the Practice of Chile, 1997, Chapter 6.3.
In 1968, during a debate in the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly on the question of the punishment of war criminals and of persons who have committed crimes against humanity, Chile stated: “The principle whereby the requested State was not bound to accede to the extradition of its own nationals was recognized by only a minority of States in international law.” 
Chile, Statement before the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly, UN Doc. A/C.3/SR.1570, 14 October 1968, § 27.