On Wednesday the Attorney General’s Office called for the enforcement of 8,676 old arrest warrants that have not been carried out. Specifically, it called for the superiors of 1,632 convicted persons working for the Ministry of Interior / it’s affiliates to implement these arrest warrants.
Libya’s Attorney General Al-Siddiq Al-Sour said Tuesday there is no need for an international investigation into last month’s flood disaster in the eastern city of Derna.
Libya’s Prosecutor General (PG), Al-Siddiq Al-Sour, on 15 September toured the flood devastated Derna, five days after it was struck by Storm Daniel, resulting in the killing, injuring and displacing of tens of thousands of people and washing away at least one quarter of the city into the sea.
Libya’s attorney general has announced the arrest of the mayor of Derna and the launch of investigations into 16 other officials after devastating floods levelled the city.
Libyan Attorney General Al-Siddiq Al-Sour stated Saturday that maintenance work on two dams near the flood-ravaged city of Derna was initiated but never completed, contributing to their collapse last week.
Last Thursday, the Attorney General’s Office reported that the Criminal Court had issued death sentences for the perpetrators of premeditated murder.
The Public Prosecutor’s Office has formed a committee to investigate Foreign Minister Najla Manqoush’s meeting with her Israeli counterpart in Rome.
The House of Representatives (HoR) called Monday – after an emergency session in Benghazi – on the Attorney General to investigate “Dbeibah government” on charges of “impersonation” and “the crime of communicating with the Zionist entity,” after the revelation of a meeting between the dismissed Minister of Foreign Affairs Najla …
The spokesperson confirmed that the council had substantiated the involvement of the Government of National Unity, described as being on the verge of completing its term, in meetings with Israeli officials, with the intention of pursuing normalization.
Libya’s judicial authorities have formally asked Lebanon to release one of Libya’s former longtime leader Muammar Gaddafi’s sons because of his deteriorating health.