Current press releases

October

  • To be able to attend a funeral, Julian Assange has requested the Swedish prosecutor to grant a leave from the detention and the European Arrest Warrant. The prosecutor has rejected the request, as there is no ground in Swedish legislation to make an exemption from a court's decision of detention in absence or from a decision on a European Arrest Warrant, neither by granting a leave nor by any other means. Press service46 10 562 50 20

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  • Interview with Assange delayed

    The Attorney General’s Office of Ecuador has announced that the interview with Julian Assange, that should take place on Monday 17 October, has been delayed. The interview will be held 14 November.

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    The Attorney General’s Office of Ecuador has announced that the interview with Julian Assange, that should take place on Monday 17 October, has been delayed. The interview will be held 14 November.

    The Attorney General's Office of Ecuador has announced that the interview with Julian Assange, that should take place on Monday 17 October, has been delayed. The interview will be held 14 November. The interview has been postponed to mid-November to make it possible for Assange's lawyer to attend. The Swedish assistant prosecutor, Chief Prosecutor Ingrid Isgren, and a Swedish police investigator have been allowed to be present at the interview. Press service 46 10 562 50 20

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