LAPAC files lawsuit at ICC over stolen Libyan oil
The Libyan American Public Affairs Center (LAPAC) said it had filed a lawsuit at the International Criminal Court (ICC) against whom it described the figures who shut down Libya’s oil production and committed a crime by trapping Libyans into an economic slump.
LAPAC explained that it had filed the lawsuit in the ICC against Ibrahim Jodran, Khalid Jodran, Hajer Al-Gayed, and Al-Tawani Al-Ayda, who are all guilty in depriving Libyans from their natural resources.
LAPAC also urged on the Libyan Government of National Accord and the Attorney General Office to work with it hand in hand to facilitate the collection of evidence and reports so that the lawsuit is fully backed up and then support the lawsuit with an official request at the ICC by the GNA.
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