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    Mahmoudi Extradition Not Subject to Appeal

    By Houda Mzioudet | Nov 9 2011 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

    Tags: Baghdadi Mahmoudi , Mabrouk Korchid , Muammar Gaddhafi , Tunisian interim government

    Mabrouk Korchid, the lawyer of former Libyan Prime Minister Baghdadi Mahmoudi told Tunisia Live that the Tunis Court of Appeals’ decision to extradite him to Libya is not subject to appeal.

    “We will try to put pressure on the Tunisian interim government not to sign the decision,” he stated. “I did not meet with Mr. Mahmoudi yet,” he also added.

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