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Hatem Madi: The role of the Council of Ministers ends when any case is referred to the Judicial Council





Hatem Madi: The role of the Council of Ministers ends when any case is referred to the Judicial Council

October 14, 2021

Lebanon: The former Discriminatory Public Prosecutor, Judge Hatem Madi, explained that the role of the Council of Ministers ends at the point of referring any case to the Judicial Council, and it is not the body authorized to decide on the dismissal of Judge Tariq Al-Bitar from the case.

In an interview with the Voice of All Lebanon, Madi indicated that the Minister of Justice is the one who appoints the judicial investigator through a letter to the Supreme Judicial Council, suggesting that the issue of the response of Judge Al-Bitar should be decided by the same mechanism, meaning that those affected in the case should submit a letter to the Minister of Justice Henry El-Khoury, who in turn, he sends it to the Supreme Judicial Council to decide on the matter and take the appropriate decision.


 














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