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Tunisia extradites Al-Baghdadi Al-Mahmoudi to Libya (+2 Video)

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24.06.2012 – Gaddafi ex-prime minister Al-Baghdadi Al-Mahmoudi arriving in Libya from Tunisia.

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Mabrouk Khorchid, Mahmoudi’s lawyer in Tunisia, said neither he nor the former Libyan prime minister’s family had been given any prior warning that he was about to be extradited.

“I believe this is a state crime and is against human rights,” he said. “This is a sad moment for human rights in Tunisia. I think he’s going to be tortured and treated illegally and believe that those who handed him over bear part of the responsibility.”
Tunisian President Marzouki thought the manner in which Mahmoudi was extradited undermines Tunisia’s image abroad, making it appear as an “irresponsible state,” the spokesman said.

Tunis — The extradition of Baghdadi Mahmoudi, Libyan last prime minister , took place Sunday at dawn, on decision of the Interim Government.

Members of the Defence Committee of Baghdadi Mahmoudi told TAP that their client was transferred from the Prison of Mornaguia to the Military Airport of Aouina at 5 a.m. ahead of his extradition to Libya.

They consider this operation as “illegal” and that it was conducted in a “surreptitious” way “without informing neither the committee members nor the family of their client.”

Mr. Mohamed Salah Hassen said the last meeting that representatives of the defence committee had had with their client Baghdadi Mahmoudi took place last Friday.Counsel Lilia Mestiri described the decision to extradite Mahmoudi to the Libyan authorities as “illegal,” adding that “the operation had been conducted secretly, during a day off and in a shameful way.”For his part, Mr. Maher Amayed described the decision taken by the Interim Prime Ministry to extradite Baghdadi Mahmoudi as violation of all the laws and commitments of Tunisia to international human rights defence organisations.

Conditions on the protection of extradited persons were not guaranteed, he added, saying that a government delegation had visited Libya two days ago without however making public its report on guarantees required in the extradition, contrary to what had been indicated by the President of the Republic a few weeks ago.He also recalled that international human rights organisations, including Amnesty International and the Libyan Organisation for Defence of Human Rights, opposed the extradition of Baghdadi Mahmoudi in this delicate situation experienced by Libya.

Further complicating the matter, however, Adnen Manser – spokesperson of the Tunisian presidency – said that Tunisian President Marzouki did not sign any extradition decision.“Marzouki did not sign any official orders, and if this news is true, the event will be the beginning of a political crisis in Tunisia,” Manser contended.

Tunisian Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali has previously asserted that the Tunisian government has the final say in the decision whether to extradite Mahmoudi.  ”It would not be necessary to have the president’s signature,” he said.

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Published by LibyaSOS

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Libya: Baghdadi Mahmoudi’s Defence Committee Considers His Extradition ‘Unlawful’

 

Tunis — The extradition of Baghdadi Mahmoudi, last prime minister under the regime of Muammar Gaddafi, took place Sunday at dawn, on decision of the Interim Government.

Members of the Defence Committee of Baghdadi Mahmoudi told TAP that their client was transferred from the Prison of Mornaguia to the Military Airport of Aouina at 5 a.m. ahead of his extradition to Libya.

They consider this operation as “illegal” and that it was conducted in a “surreptitious” way “without informing neither the committee members nor the family of their client.”

Mr. Mohamed Salah Hassen said the last meeting that representatives of the defence committee had had with their client Baghdadi Mahmoudi took place last Friday.

Counsel Lilia Mestiri described the decision to extradite Mahmoudi to the Libyan authorities as “illegal,” adding that “the operation had been conducted secretly, during a day off and in a shameful way.”

For his part, Mr. Maher Amayed described the decision taken by the Interim Prime Ministry to extradite Baghdadi Mahmoudi as violation of all the laws and commitments of Tunisia to international human rights defence organisations.

Conditions on the protection of extradited persons were not guaranteed, he added, saying that a government delegation had visited Libya two days ago without however making public its report on guarantees required in the extradition, contrary to what had been indicated by the President of the Republic a few weeks ago.

He also recalled that international human rights organisations, including Amnesty International and the Libyan Organisation for Defence of Human Rights, opposed the extradition of Baghdadi Mahmoudi in this delicate situation experienced by Libya.

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3 responses to “Tunisia extradites Al-Baghdadi Al-Mahmoudi to Libya (+2 Video)

  1. keep emailing UNand TUNISIAN EMBASSY AND NORTH AFRICA AMNESTY DEMAND SAFETY OF DR DR AL BAGDADI MAHMOUDIMUST KEEP PRESSURE ON TO STAY ALIVE CALL ON ALL SUPPORTERS TRUTH AND LIBYA TO HELP sg@un.org demand UN save DR MAHMOUDI and secure his safety clearly state he has been tortured TNC deying DR Mahmoudi has tried to commit suicide and moved to hospital with internal bleeding no good just to complain and do nothing Libyans must show outrage UN subservient to US NATO UN did no independant assesment on ground before beating drums of war LIBYANS MUST START TO FIGHT BACK AND VOICES RAYSED AGAIN CAN NOT JUST SIT IF NOTHING ELSE START EMAILING nOT JUST TO EACH OTHER or HANDFUL PEACE GROUPS AND INDIVIDUALS SUPPORTUIVE NEED START FIGHTING BACK yesterday I sent 20 emails for DR MAHMOUDI lIBYANS MUST SEND 50 TO RUSSIAN UN GO to TUNISIAN EMBASSY YOU ARE LETTING MOMENT PASS JUST WHAT TNC AND TUNISIA WANT MUST KEEP PRESSURE ON LIBYANS MUST DISRUPT AND BOYCOTT ELECTIONS AND PEOPLE MUST TRY UNIVERSAL JURISTICTION FOR TNCLIBYANS HAVE ENOUGH EVIDENCE AGAINST TNC AND GADDFHI FAMILY HAVE LAWYERS AND ICC HAS ALREADY ADMITTED SOME POINT TNC CARRIED OUT WAR CRIMES

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  3. Francenaldo Amorim

    It´s a shame, to know that the tunisian govern have done that illegal act against the humans right.. It means how they are corrupt and marioneted of the neo-colonialist countries, subordinated to the internation zionist.

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