quarta-feira, 29 de julho de 2015

Saif al-Islam: the reformer who became the last defender of the procedure

The second son of Muammar Gaddafi came to be seen as a reformer and played a key role in the regime's approach to the West, between 2000 and 2011. Born in 1972 and raised in Britain, in 2003 he was involved in the negotiations that put an end to the regime's nuclear weapons program. Six years later he took part in the talks that would lead to the release of Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, convicted of the Lockerbie bombing.

Everything changed at the beginning of 2011, when they blew up the anti-Government protests in the city of Benghazi, in eastern Libya. The role he played in the repression of protests earned him a charge of crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Court.

"Sarkozy has to pay back the money he accepted from Libya to finance the election campaign. We're the ones who financed his campaign and we have proof. We're ready to reveal everything. The first thing we are asking this clown is to return the money to the Libyan people. "

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