UAE Federal Court to deliver final verdict in Libyan businessmen’s case

UAE Federal Court to deliver final verdict in Libyan businessmen’s case

April 11, 2016 - 20:08
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Written By: AbdulkaderAssad

The Chairman of the Association of the Libyan detained businesspersons in the UAE, Mohammed Al-Hashmi, said the UAE Federal Court has adjourned delivering the verdict in the detained Libyan businessmen’s case to May 30.

Al-Hashmi clarified in a press statement Monday that the UAE court will review the defense given in the court session of the Libya detainees; Salim Alaradi, Kamal Ahmed al-Darrat, Mohamed Kamal al-Darrat and Issa al Manna. He also pointed out that the health conditions of some of the detained Libyans have gone really bad, calling on law organizations to press the judicial authorities in the UAE to take care of the imprisoned Libyans’ health.

Days ago, the UAE State Security Department set free two Libyan businessmen; Mouad Al-Hashmi and Adel Nasif, after they had been found not guilty of the charges by the UAE Federal Court.