Senators reviewed ratification of treaty between Kazakhstan and Mongolia on the transfer of sentenced persons
At an enlarged meeting of the Committee on Constitutional Legislation, the Judicial System and Law Enforcement Agencies, the draft Law On Ratification of the Agreement between the Republic of Kazakhstan and Mongolia on the Transfer of Sentenced Persons was considered .
The contract was signed in Astana on March 29, 2018.
The main goal of the project is the implementation between Kazakhstan and Mongolia of cooperation in the field of transfer of convicted persons on the terms set out in the agreement, the reintegration of convicted persons in the public environment of their state.
The agreement is aimed at strengthening legal cooperation in criminal legal relations between Kazakhstan and Mongolia.
According to the Agreement, with the written consent of the convicted person and if, at the time of receipt of the transfer request, the sentence imposed on the convicted person has entered into legal force and the period of time to be served by the convicted person is at least one year, the convicted person may be transferred for further serving punishment in the form of imprisonment in their homeland.
Kazakhstan is serving a sentence of imprisonment of 5 citizens of Mongolia. There are no Kazakhstan citizens serving sentences of imprisonment in Mongolia, said Senator S. Ensegenov.
The document has been submitted to the Chamber.
Source: Mazhilis of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan