The judicial investigator in the Beirut port explosion suspends the proceedings to prosecute Diab

Beirut-ALSharqiya October 28: The judicial investigator in the Beirut port explosion, Judge Tariq Bitar, suspended an interrogation session that was scheduled to hear former Prime Minister Hassan Diab, after he was informed of the content of a lawsuit filed by the latter against him.
A judicial source said that Bitar was informed of Diab's lawsuit against him and suspended the procedures for the interrogation session until the General Authority of the Court of Cassation decided the case.
Diab's defense team had preceded his interrogation session with a lawsuit he submitted on Wednesday before the General Authority of the Court of Cassation.
The lawsuit was based on two points, the first is that the crime of the port explosion is not within the jurisdiction of the Judicial Council, and the second accuses Al-Bitar of violating a constitutional provision that limits the prosecution of presidents and ministers to the Supreme Council for the trial of presidents and ministers alone.


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