Swiss judiciary sends Counselor Zubi’s case to The Hague

Swiss judiciary sends Counselor Zubi’s case to The Hague

February 20, 2016 - 23:14
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Written By: AbdulkaderAssad

The case file of the member of the General National Council for Benghazi, Counsellor Sulaiman Zubi, has been sent by Swiss judiciary to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, a source close to the Counsellor disclosed.

The source, who declined to be named, told Press Solidarity Saturday that the ICC is due to issue a red card against the commander of Barq Al-Nacer brigade from Zintan city in Libya, which is responsible for kidnapping congressman Zubi.

The ICC’s verdict will include big compensations for the material and moral damage that was caused to the GNC member, Zubi, and his family due to the kidnap and forced disappearance, and the compensations will be a lot more than the money the kidnappers asked for to release him, added the source.

GNC member, Sulaiman Zubi, is considered one of the hardliners who oppose the Dignity Operation that is led by renagde General Khalifa Hafter; he was kidnapped July 20, 2014, and since then, many law organizations called for his release, but all went in vain.