•Lawmakers refuse to interfere in Libyan crisis
MEMBERS of the House of Representatives yesterday followed Senators’ path as they passed the Anti-terrorism Bill into law.
According to the law, any one found culpable of related offences would be prosecuted. The Bill also gives enabling legal instruments to security agencies to enjoy undenied assess to carry out investigations and prosecutions of offenders.
The Senate had passed its own version of the same Bill, following a request from the presidency ...
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Added February 24, 2011
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