SAWT BEIRUT INTERNATIONAL

| 21 February 2024, Wednesday |

Bitar issues new summons to Hassan Diab

“Sawt Beirut International” learned that a new subpoena against former Prime Minister Hassan Diab, has been issued by the judicial investigator in the crime of Beirut port explosion, Judge Tariq Bitar, and referred it to the Discriminatory Public Prosecution to implement it, by bringing Diab to his office for questioning as a defendant in a session to be held next Monday, September 20, after he refused to appear before the judicial investigator during his previous interrogation session.
The new memo came, the day after the formation of the new government, as Diab’s has changed his place of residence, and moved from the headquarters of the Council of Ministers in the Grand Serail to his home in Tallit Al-Khayyat, and the necessity of bringing him from there to the Palace of Justice, knowing that the discriminatory Public Prosecution had not implemented the previous memo, as Discriminatory Prosecution sources confirmed that arresting the prime minister by force and bringing him to court is not enforceable, given that the security services that are supposed to carry out this task, are subject to the authority of the prime minister and carry out his orders, and therefore will not arrest him.
wt Beirut International” learned that a new subpoena against former Prime Minister Hassan Diab, has been issued by the judicial investigator in the crime of Beirut port explosion, Judge Tariq Bitar, and referred it to the Discriminatory Public Prosecution to implement it, by bringing Diab to his office for questioning as a defendant in a session to be held next Monday, September 20, after he refused to appear before the judicial investigator during his previous interrogation session.
The new memo came, the day after the formation of the new government, as Diab’s has changed his place of residence, and moved from the headquarters of the Council of Ministers in the Grand Serail to his home in Tallit Al-Khayyat, and the necessity of bringing him from there to the Palace of Justice, knowing that the discriminatory Public Prosecution had not implemented the previous memo, as Discriminatory Prosecution sources confirmed that arresting the prime minister by force and bringing him to court is not enforceable, given that the security services that are supposed to carry out this task, are subject to the authority of the prime minister and carry out his orders, and therefore will not arrest him.