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    Imed Trabelsi Press Conference Delayed Again

    By Myriam Ben Ghazi | Aug 28 2011 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

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    Imed Trabelsi

    The legal defense team of Imed Tabelsi postponed the press conference that was scheduled for last Saturday to the upcoming judicial year. Mr. Wissam Saidi, one of Trabelsi’s lawyers, announced the participation of two French lawyers, Oliver Martinda and Benjamin Gardror, in the upcoming hearings. Mr. Saidi said that the French lawyers just got permission from the Lawyers’ Commission and the Ministry of Justice to attend Imed Trabelsi’s trials.

    Mr. Saidi said that the press conference will answer al lot of questions and clarify certain events. He also said that the Tunisian people deserve the whole truth, especially with the all the press conferences that the government is holding.

    Mr. Saidi said that it is strictly unacceptable for the government to interfere in the core of case.

    Source: Assabah

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