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Indeed, whenever an offence is committed in one country and the alleged perpetrator escapes to another the general principle that applies is summed up succinctly by the Latin tag aut dedere, aut judicata -- either extradite or prosecute.
The Obligation to Extradite or Prosecute (aut dedere aut judicare), 2014 Y.
Wise, Aut Dedere Aut Judicare: The Daul Dedere Aut Judicare: The Duty to Extradite or Prosecute in International Law (1995).
En este caso, el derecho a que se ejerza justicia se resume en la frase aut dedere aut judicare y en la invocacion de que existe una garantia colectiva que puede ejercerse respecto de los derechos protegidos.
128) One example of this is the inclusion in some treaties of dispositions that give effect to the principle of aut dedere aut judicare (extradite or prosecute).
18) La implementacion no se limita a los crimenes competencia de la Corte, sino que se extiende a otros aspectos propios del Derecho Penal Internacional, como la improcedencia de las amnistias para eximir de la responsabilidad penal internacional, la improcedencia del fuero militar en los casos de violaciones a Derechos Humanos, la regulacion del principio de jurisdiccion universal y de mecanismos aut dedere aut iudicare (Ambos, 2012: 12).
113) Equally significant, certain treaties include provisions aut dedere aut judicare, which require states to "extradite or prosecute" those who violate the treaty, and there is an emerging understanding in customary law that those who commit crimes against humanity are subject to the same obligation even if it is not contained in a treaty.
Todo lo cual ademas entrana una flagrante violacion de la Convencion cuando estable el principio aut indicare aut dedere (118).
under the aut dedere aut judicare principle, part of the jus cogens
423) In those instruments, States Party undertook the obligation either to extradite the offender found in their territory or "submit the case to its competent authorities for the purpose of prosecution," (424) thus applying the Roman law principle aut dedere aut judicare.
This duty has been recognized especially in modern international criminal law treaties and has long been part of customary international law expressed, for example, as the duty aut dedere aut judicare (i.