The terrible situation in Tunisia. Mathaba News were shocked to discover late, as were misinformed about the Tunisian sources that the legitimate Prime Minister of Libya, General Secretary of the Congress of the people’s Universal Congress of Libya two weeks ago announced a hunger strike and close to death.
8 March lawyer Baghdadi Mahmudi warned that his client’s health had deteriorated after he went on hunger strike.
Mahmoudi was arrested by the authorities of Tunisia in September 2011, the crossing of the border. This is a clear violation of all international norms: an armed bandits, saved his life, characterized as a visiting motorist “illegally”. After that, he is in prison in Mornaguia located in Tunisia. Mahmudi began a hunger strike to protest his detention and denial of the Tunisian Court to hold a hearing.
Bashir Ezid, one of the legal representatives of the International Committee and President of Mahmudi justice in defence of the persecuted and the displaced inside and outside Libya, stated on his Facebook page that his client “was close to death.”
“His body obezvoženo, as he began his (dry) hunger strike a week ago. He was taken to the hospital, despite our demands, “said Ezid. He stated that the responsibility for the death of the President of Tunisia will Mahmudi Moncef Marzouki and the current authorities. Ezid demanded that his client was released and provided emergency medical care.
Mehdi Buvajâ, co-counsel Mahmoudi and member of the Committee on the protection of the Baghdadi Mahmudi, said he was shocked to see the extent to which the deterioration of the health of his client: “I haven’t seen him for ten days, but when I saw him today, I had not realized how much his situation was bad. He suffers from diabetes compared with other [disease], and need to continue taking their medication, “he added.
“I tried to convince him to stop the hunger strike – but to no avail,” he explained.
Mabrouk Koršid, another lawyer involved in the case, Mahmoudi, said that there were no legal grounds for further detention Mahmudi: “my client actually held hostage,” he said.
Bouawaja suspects that deals with Exchange Mahmoudi, implied at the time was Beji Caid-Essebs. “I suspect that the Government sold its Libyan PNSu Essbsi. Now Tunisian Government Hamadi Jebali is at a standstill, not knowing what to do with it, “he suggested. Buvajâ expressed the hope that the President will release his client Marzuki.
Imed Daymi, Secretary-General of the Tunisian President, stated that the Tunisian President sent a delegation, headed by the lawyer and Adviser to the President of Tunisia, Samir Ben Amor, to check on the status of Mahmudi: they deliver a letter addressed to him by the President, “Marzuki claimed it.
In the month of February, 14 February, the Tunis Court acquitted a former Libyan Prime Minister Dr. Baghdadi Al-mahmudi on charges of illegally crossing The border, as he fled from Libya last year.
The Court acquitted … Mahmoudi and therefore we demand his immediate release, “said attorney Mabrouk Kuršid after the hearing in the southern city of Tozer.
“There is no legitimate reason to keep him in prison, he said: [Mahmudi] should be released because his detention is illegal and is purely political reasons”.
Mahmoudi, 70, faces extradition on the grounds that he has applied for refugee status, he risked punishment if returned to their country of origin.
Former Prime Minister, who was arrested on 21 September in the South-western border with Algeria, appeared in court in February, bring from prison in an ambulance.
Despite the endorsement of his extradition to the Tunisian courts, Acting President Fuad Mebaza last year refused to sign an extradition paper, and his successor, Moncef Marzouki told Tripoli that he would return when conditions on the ground will ensure a “fair trial”.
Libya is governed by a band of armed Al-Qaeda and extremists who built the absurd allegations “rape” against the former Prime Minister in an attempt to arrange his extradition to Libya, which is currently awful regime and widespread human rights violations.
Last month, a Tunisian lawyer Dr. Baghdadi stated that “the Tunisian authorities have argued that the detention of former Libyan Prime Minister fired for his own safety. It’s just an excuse, “adding that the defence would file a formal demand for the release of the Mahmudi.
Since legally Mahmudi Baghdadi was acquitted last month, he was illegally retained in Tunisia, and led him to begin a hunger strike. World Organization for human rights and the MEDIA were silent about his situation, as well as the Conference of international lawyers in Tunisia, which aired 10 March was forcibly closed by the Tunisian authorities.
The Secretary-General of the international organization of international conferences, which advocates direct democracy, called for all those who are shocked by the attitude towards the doctor Mahmudi Baghdadi, join this organization, condemned the detention and lack of medical care by the public authorities in Tunisia.
Based on stories from AllAfrica.com and Agence France-Presse.
Re-published by LibyanFreePressNetwork