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A Court In Libya Sentences Gaddafi’s Son to Death

As per reports, a criminal court in the Libyan capital of Tripoli has sentenced Saif Islam, the child of the late and previous president Muammar Gaddafi, to the death penalty.

CAIRO (Ooduarere), Lolade – A criminal court in the Libyan capital of Tripoli has sentenced Saif Islam, the child of the late and previous president Muammar Gaddafi, to the death penalty, Al-Arabia reported Tuesday.

Others getting capital punishment after court hearings included the prime minister and the leader of the nation’s intelligence services.

The previous authorities were discovered blameworthy of perpetrating atrocities amid the 2011 agitation, including the homicide of tranquil demonstrators.

Saif Islam Gaddafi was sentenced in absentia, as he is held in the Libyan city of Zintan by nearby forces who decline to follow Tripoli’s administration.

Libya has been in a civil war subsequent to the 2011 oust and homicide of Muammar Gaddafi. Right now there are two adversary governments in the nation, the universally perceived Libyan government in Tobruk and another in Tripoli.

On Monday, Tobruk’s Justice Minister Mabrouk Ghraira approached the universal recognize to not perceive the sentences, expressing that the Tripoli trial was unlawful

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