london - A working group of the United Nations examining controversial detentions, agrees with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange that he unfairly trapped in the Embassy of Ecuador in London. That the BBC reported Thursday.
Assange made his forced stay in the diplomatic establishment in 2014 before the UN. The UN Working Group on Friday officially comes out with the decision. Legal experts have carried out research in Britain and Sweden.
The Australian whistleblower fled the embassy in 2012 and applied for asylum because he extradition by Britain wanted to prevent Sweden. Britain had an arrest warrant issued against him. Sweden wants to question him because of abuse allegations, but Assange fears that the country would extradite him to the US
The British authorities keep the embassy since the flight of Assange jealously watched. Once he comes out, he will be arrested, so Thursday was further reported by the police.
Formally can Britain and Sweden, the decision of the UN Working Group disregard. The British Foreign Office showed Thursday already know that Assange has yet to tell.
Assange announced Thursday that he would leave the embassy Friday around noon if the decision is negative for him. But if he wins, he expected to get back his passport and that the arrest warrant from the table.