Fair Trial Doubted: Niger won’t expel Qaddafi’s son

Qaddafi’s son Saadi fled to Niger after the collapse of the regime in Tripoli.


Afp September 17, 2011

NIAMEY: The Nigerien government said on Friday it will not send fallen Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi’s son Saadi back home from Niger, where he fled after the collapse of the regime in Tripoli. Asked by journalists if Niger would turn Qaddafi’s son over to Libya’s new authorities, government spokesman Marou Amadou said, “No.” “With regard to (our) international obligations, we cannot send someone back there where he has no chance of receiving a fair trial,” he said.



Published in The Express Tribune, September 17th, 2011.

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