Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Samir Geagea', Esquire.


'We are the relatives of the martyrs ...'
“If anyone decides to sideline the tribunal, Lebanon would have to confront the international and regional community,” Geagea said during a ceremony Monday night....... "There are over 30 judges working within the tribunal and any result is destined to be accurate, as these judges come from different countries... If there were any negligence or loopholes within the tribunal we'd be the first ones to criticize it because we are the relatives of the martyrs, ... This is a chance for those who committed crimes against great men in Lebanon to take responsibilities for their actions,” Geagea said. “So, why are we trying to stall it?”

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