Arab-European Center concerned over abduction of Libyan former PM Ali Zidan
The Arab-European Center for Human Rights and International Law expressed great concern over the abduction of the former Prime Minister Ali Zidan in Libya’s capital Tripoli last week.
On Monday, the Arab-European Center for Human Rights and International Law said it had contacted some officials at the Attorney General’s Office in Libya to know the truth behind the issue.
“The officials said there is no arrest warrant for Ali Zidan,” the center added.
It also called on the Libyan Presidential Council, High Council of State and House of Representatives to make sure Zidan is safe and secure.
“We also call on the UNSMIL to intervene and solve this issue as it is a violation of human rights.” The Arab-European Center for Human Rights and International Law added.
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