The next Wednesday (November 21st) will make it clear whether Nikolay and Eugenia Banjevic will be issued in Bulgaria for the drainage of the Polymeri plant.
At his meeting yesterday, the Aix-en-Provence Court of Appeal announced that he would rule on his European arrest warrants on November 21, said Vincent Penard, a lawful family law attorney at the BNR.
Banhev was arrested on October 26 at Nice Airport. According to their lawyer – on the way to Sofia. They were all three of their children, now members of the family, explained Penar. The yesterday's meeting also discussed Evgenia Baneva's request to be released from custody to take care of her children. The court refused, Bulgaria writes.
As for the substantive proceedings, which await a decision less than a week and if it is possible for the court to refuse to issue Banëf, Vincent Penar replied: "It is possible."
"There are many cases in which this can happen, firstly, if the arrest warrant is irregular and there are formal omissions or errors that make it impossible for Banëv to be delivered to the Bulgarian state, secondly, if there is a risk to their security in the country, which seeks reimbursement, and thirdly, if Bulgaria is asked to provide information and has not provided it fourth, if there is a risk that the request for extradition will have a political purpose, "the lawyer explained.