3.3 Pending the Committee's decision on the merits of his communication, the author requests the Committee to request Switzerland, under rule 108, paragraph 9, of the Committee's rules of procedure, not to implement the expulsion order against him. 3.4 It is stated that the same matter has not been submitted to any other procedure of international investigation or settlement. Issues and proceedings before the Committee: 4.1 Before considering any claims contained in a communication, the Committee against Torture must decide whether or not it is admissible under article 22 of the Convention. 4.2 The Committee has examined the claims submitted by the author and observes that his account lacks the minimum substantiation that would render the communication compatible with article 22 of the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment. 5. The Committee against Torture therefore decides: (a) that the communication is inadmissible; (b) that this decision shall be communicated to the author and his counsel and, for information, to the State party. [Done in English, French, Russian and Spanish, the English text being the original version.]

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