A member of the Chamber of Deputies held in Tobruk, Ziad Dghaim, denounced what he called “serious abuses” in the letter “impersonator” of the Libyan Attorney General, to the International Criminal Court and described the parliament as irrelevant and dissolved by the court, in an attempt to overturn the general amnesty law that acquits the detainee Political Dr Saif Islam Gaddafi.
In a special statement to Og, Dughaim explained the allegations of the so-called “Libyan Attorney General”, asserting that he is impersonating the attorney-general assigned since 2015, especially since the law gives the senior attorney general this mandate only for 6 months in case of vacancy. He explained that he does not have the right to interpret judicial decisions, and did not issue the Constitutional Chamber kidnapped in Tripoli so far an explanation of the ruling referred to dissolution of the House of Representatives.
He added that the impersonator of the attorney general practiced bias by ignoring another court ruling in the absence of the verdict referred to in his letter. At the time, Tripoli fell to terrorist groups opposed to the parliament, as well as the lack of a quorum for the Constitutional Chamber, and non-compliance with the rules of immunization of appeals in Libya and constitutional deadlines for appeals.
Dughaim concluded : “The truth is that there is no prosecutor in Libya, and the judiciary in Tripoli violates Law No. 6 of 2014, which transferred the higher judiciary to the city of Bayda,” he said, confirming that Saif al-Islam is a political detainee and beneficiary of the amnesty law passed by parliament in 2015.
It is noteworthy that the International Criminal Court, on Tuesday, completes its session on the trial of Dr. Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, after earlier issued by the Appeals Chamber of the Court, a judicial order to hold a hearing to consider the appeal submitted by Dr. on 11 and 12 plowing, and called the court, The UN Security Council, the Libyan government, and the so-called “February 17 Victims Association” provide written remarks no later than 24 October.
Members of the defense board, Dr. Seif al-Islam Gaddafi, with International Criminal Court, prosecutors and the Minister of Justice participated in the hearings. Government of accord Internationally supported, a representative of Libya at the Court, and a number of members of human rights organizations.
The delegation called on the Government of Accord to hand over Dr. Saif al-Islam Gaddafi to the Criminal Court for a retrial in a historical precedent that raised the surprise of the audience, that the government abandon the trial of its citizens on its territory and under its sovereignty.