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Saudi Arabia does not extradite Suspects in the case, Khashoggi

In the case of the murdered Saudi government critic Jamal Khashoggi has ruled Saudi Arabia for extradition of two high-ranking officials from the entourage of the crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman.

The Saudi foreign Minister, Adel al-Dschubair said on Sunday that his country Desired would not surrender, as the Saudi channel al-Arabiya reported online. "We don't deliver to our citizens."

The Turkey had adopted in the beginning of December against Saud al-Qahtani, a close Confidant of the Prince, and the Ex-secret service Vice-chief Ahmed al-Asiri arrest warrants. Khashoggi was on 2. October at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul has been killed.

cited The arrest warrants, according to which the Turkish news Agency Anadolu, the office of the public Prosecutor the two prominent officials "planned and premeditated murder". "Torture" is out of the question. The men were among those who had planned the murder in Saudi Arabia.

Political move

The search and arrest warrants, however, were rated more as a political move to get the pressure on Saudi Arabia as a promising legal maneuvers.

Saudi Arabia has initiated a process in which, allegedly, eleven people were indicted and five should be governed according to the will of the Prosecutor.

The Turkey, and Saudi Arabia are rivals in the Region. In addition, it adopts the Turkish government Riad evil, to have the Disappearance of government critic in Turkey.


Created: 09.12.2018, 22:09 PM

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