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Jadhav Case, India v Pakistan, Provisional Measures, ICGJ 515 (ICJ 2017), [2017] ICJ GL No 168, 18th May 2017, International Court of Justice [ICJ]

Jadhav Case, India v Pakistan, Provisional Measures, ICGJ 515 (ICJ 2017), [2017] ICJ GL No 168, 18th May 2017, International Court of Justice [ICJ]

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Whether the option of an application for clemency, for which a period of 150 days was granted, was sufficient to prevent a finding that there was an urgent risk of irreparable prejudice to the rights which were the subject of judicial proceedings.

Whether the rights contained in the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations could be limited by subsequent bilateral agreement or, additionally/alternatively, were implicitly inapplicable in cases of terrorism or espionage.

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