For the fourth time, the investigation into the Beirut port explosion...

For the fourth time, the investigation into the Beirut port explosion...
For the fourth time, the investigation into the Beirut port explosion...
farrierAfter being informed of a lawsuit filed by two former ministers requesting to transfer the case to another judge, a judicial source told the agency "France Brush".

This means that the investigation into the disaster has been postponed for the fourth time.

The suspension of the investigation again comes only two weeks after its appeal, after the judiciary dismissed several lawsuits against Bitar.

The investigation into the explosion plunged into political labyrinths and then into judicial chaos. Since his claim against former Prime Minister Hassan Diab and former ministers and his request to prosecute officials and security forces, several political forces, led by Hezbollah and the Amal Movement, have criticized Bitar’s work.

The judicial source said that after receiving a lawsuit demanding his removal from the case, which was submitted by MPs Ali Hassan Khalil and Ghazi Zuaiter before the Civil Court of Cassation, Bitar was forced to "To remove his hand from the file and stop all investigations and procedures, pending the court’s decision on the basis of this case, whether it is accepted or rejected".

This is one of the 18 lawsuits that have pursued Bitar, demanding that he stop the case since he received the investigation about a year ago.

Most of the cases were filed by defendant politicians who abstained from appearing before him, including the former Ministers of Works Youssef Fenianos and Ghazi Zuaiter, the former Minister of Finance Ali Hassan Khalil and the former Minister of Interior Nouhad Machnouk.

The Lebanese government has not met since mid-October, due to the refusal of the ministers of Hezbollah and the Amal movement to hold any session unless it was dedicated to deciding the fate of Bitar, in a country whose constitution provides for the separation of powers.

But it is also dominated by culture "Escaping from the Punishment" Which has always marked the public scene in a country whose history is replete with assassinations, explosions and corruption files, and none of those involved have ever been held accountable.

The authorities attributed the port explosion on August 4, 2020, which killed at least 215 people and injured 6,500 others, to storing large quantities of ammonium nitrate without protective measures.

It turned out that officials at several political, security and judicial levels were aware of the dangers of storing them and did nothing.

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came a step farrierAfter being informed of a lawsuit filed by two former ministers requesting that the case be transferred to another judge, a judicial source told AFP.

This means that the investigation into the disaster has been postponed for the fourth time.

The suspension of the investigation again comes only two weeks after its appeal, after the judiciary dismissed several lawsuits against Bitar.

The investigation into the explosion plunged into political labyrinths and then into judicial chaos. Since his claim against former Prime Minister Hassan Diab and former ministers and his request to prosecute officials and security forces, several political forces, led by Hezbollah and the Amal Movement, have criticized Bitar’s work.

The judicial source said that after receiving a lawsuit demanding that he be removed from the case, which was submitted by MPs Ali Hassan Khalil and Ghazi Zuaiter before the Civil Court of Cassation, Bitar was forced “to take his hand from the file and stop all investigations and procedures pending the court’s decision on the basis of this case by accepting or rejecting it.”

This is one of the 18 lawsuits that have pursued Bitar, demanding that he stop the case since he received the investigation about a year ago.

Most of the cases were filed by defendant politicians who abstained from appearing before him, including the former Ministers of Works Youssef Fenianos and Ghazi Zuaiter, the former Minister of Finance Ali Hassan Khalil and the former Minister of Interior Nouhad Machnouk.

The Lebanese government has not met since mid-October, due to the refusal of the ministers of Hezbollah and the Amal movement to hold any session unless it was dedicated to deciding the fate of Bitar, in a country whose constitution provides for the separation of powers.

But it is also dominated by the culture of “impunity” that has always marked the public scene in a country whose history is replete with assassinations, explosions and corruption files, in which none of those involved have ever been held accountable.

The authorities attributed the port explosion on August 4, 2020, which killed at least 215 people and injured 6,500 others, to storing large quantities of ammonium nitrate without protective measures.

It turned out that officials at several political, security and judicial levels were aware of the dangers of storing them and did nothing.

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