Mikati: The government is keen not to interfere in any file related to the judiciary

Mikati: The government is keen not to interfere in any file related to the judiciary
Mikati: The government is keen not to interfere in any file related to the judiciary

Beirut – “The Gulf”
A statement issued by the office of the Lebanese Prime Minister, Najib Mikati, on Saturday, quoted him as saying: The government is keen not to interfere in any file related to the judiciary.
The statement follows a meeting between Mikati, the Minister of Justice and the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, after seven people were killed in violence in Beirut on Thursday.
The text of the statement read as follows: “Prime Minister Najib Mikati met with Justice Minister Henry Khoury, the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Suhail Abboud, and the Public Prosecutor, Judge Ghassan Oweidat, in his office…”
He added: “During the meeting, the file of the security incidents that took place in Tayouneh was discussed, and the need to expedite the ongoing investigations to uncover the full circumstances of what happened, and to refer the perpetrators of these events to the competent judiciary.”
The statement stressed that the complete file of what happened is in the custody of the security services, under the supervision of the competent judiciary. He also stressed, “The government is keen not to interfere in any file related to the judiciary, and that the judicial authority must take whatever measures it deems appropriate.”

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