ICJ presents expert opinion on migrants detention before Bosnian Constitutional Court

The ICJ presented today an expert opinion on the international law applicable to administrative detention of non-citizens before the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The ICJ submitted its expert opinion in the appeal no. AP-2742/13 related to Mr Imad Al-Husin. This expert opinion focuses on the international legal obligations and standards, as well as the attendant jurisprudence applicable to Bosnia and Herzegovina pertaining to the basis for the detention of foreign nationals for the purpose of impeding unlawful entry or performing a deportation.

This ICJ expert opinion was written at the request of the applicant’s lawyers. It was produced pro bono in full independence.

Bosnia-ICJ Expert Opinion Const Court-Advocacy-Legal submission-2014-ENG (read the expert opinion in English)

Bosnia-ICJ Expert Opinion Const Court-Advocacy-Legal submission-2014-BOS (read the expert opinion in Bosnian)

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