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Tunisia decided to hand over close to Gaddafi

Agency quoted (UBI) Thursday reported to the Tunisian judicial source as saying that the Court of Appeal of Tunis decided to hand over Libyan Abdel Salam Bozataah birth to Libya in response to a request had been made by Tunisia to Tripoli after accusing him of taking over public funds.
The source said that Bozataah known as the spiritual son of the late Libyan Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, which sits inside a prison in Tunis since the middle of last month, such as the Wednesday before the Indictment Chamber Tunis Court of Appeal ruled that his extradition to the Libyan authorities.The security authorities have arrested a Tunisian Bozataah the middle of last month near the Tunisian-Libyan border, while trying to infiltrate into the Tunisian territory where it was found that the security authorities is required for the organization of the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) and is suspected of involvement in crimes in Libya.She explained that the arrest took place near the Tunisian-Libyan border while trying to infiltrate into the territory of Tunisia, and found that the Tunisian authorities, the security required for the International Criminal Police and suspected of involvement in war crimes during the Jamahiriya.
The announcement of the arrest Bozataah has been called at a time where the lawyer Bashir fishing - the official spokesman for the defense of al-Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi last President of the Government of the Libyan Qadhafi era - to release from the prison of al-Baghdadi, Tunisia.
It is noteworthy that al-Mahmoudi was arrested on September 22 / September last, while he planned to leave the direction of Tunisia Algeria with three other people, but he was arrested on charges of entering Tunisian territory illegally.
Tunisian court has issued one day after his arrest, sentenced him to six months serving window, but the Court of Appeal ruled Tunisia on October 27 / October last, but not guilty of the Tunisian authorities kept him in prison.

Source: Al-Jazeera

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