Extradition and prison overcrowding

No to extradition if the situation in prisons in the requesting country is contrary to the international standards established in the Torreggiani and others v. Italy sentence rendered by the European Court of Human Rights on 8 January 2013. For the High Criminal Court (Cassation), sixth section, which was pronounced with sentence n. 13823/15 filed on 31 March (13823), before giving the go-ahead for extradition, the national authorities are required to take prison overcrowding into consideration, verifying whether it translates into inhuman and degrading treatment, thus in contrast with the rights fundamentals of the person.