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The ex-managing director of the International Monetary Fund does not have full diplomatic immunity.
Mohammad Wasim (left), the eldest brother of Mohammad Fahim, one of the victims shot dead by US national Raymond Davis, with lawyers leaves a court hearing on the diplomatic immunity case of Davis, in Lahore yesterday.
The question of diplomatic immunity is also being examined by Lahore High Court which has directed Pakistan's Foreign Ministry to formally tell the court whether or not Davis enjoys diplomatic immunity.
The US insists that he is a diplomat and enjoys diplomatic immunity.
Accordingly, it is important for all law enforcement officers to be familiar with the myths and realities of diplomatic immunity.
King argues that employment contracts could come under the "professional and commercial activity" exception to diplomatic immunity under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations.
Detectives had to release him and take no further action after he claimed diplomatic immunity.
A SAUDI man who allegedly carried out a sex attack on an 11-year-old girl has been freed by police after claiming diplomatic immunity.
Diplomats, though entitled to some special privileges are still subject to certain restrictions, often meant to insure their diplomatic immunity is not abused, according to the regional director of the office of Foreign Missions.
Once the lands and people were conquered, however, the Mongols were benevolent and progressive rulers who incorporated religious freedom, public schools, and diplomatic immunity into their ruling systems.
The victim, Colm O'Gorman, had also sued the papal nuncio in Dublin, who claimed diplomatic immunity in the case.
Foreign Minister Yoriko Kawaguchi said Friday she wants to clarify the government's rules on when to apply diplomatic immunity in the event of Japanese diplomats being involved in accidents and incidents abroad.