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Special Report Transcript Episode 81, Section 4, Time 31:37
But there is still no extradition treaty between the two countries. However, there is a way out. According to the Extradition Act the president can declare the suspects liable for extradition. The normal legal processes would then follow as if there were an extradition treaty. But the Namibians nor anyone else for that matter have not asked President Mandela to make such a declaration. One should be forgiven for beginning to wonder if there is a political will in Windhoek or Pretoria to resolve this assassination. Perhaps there are still people in power who believe this great lie by former Defence Minister Magnus Malan recently repeated before the Truth Commission.
Notes: Max du Preez
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