Publicado: Sáb, Marcha 16, 2019
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Saudi Arabia again says no to global probe into Khashoggi murder

Saudi Arabia again says no to global probe into Khashoggi murder

It also criticized Mr.al-Aiban's rejection of any foreign investigation.

Citing the Turkish Justice Ministry, Daily Sabah said the red notice was originally issued on 1 March as part of an investigation by the Istanbul Chief Public Prosecutor's Office into Khashoggi's murder. " While not naming any names, he said that 11 Saudi citizens had been indicted for the "heinous crime" past year".

A demonstrator holds a poster with a picture of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi outside the Saudi Arabia consulate in Istanbul.

Aiban said that there had so far been three hearings, and that the accused and their lawyers had been present.

Although a country rich with exceptional natural, cultural, and heritage sites, Saudi Arabia is only now developing its tourism sector beyond its current structure, which has been created to cater all-year-round to religious pilgrims.

Interpol issued a Red Notice for 20 Saudi suspects linked to the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Turkish media reported on Thursday.

Fotos comprueban que Óscar Pérez fue ejecutado tras sublevación contra Maduro
El 15 de enero de 2018, el paso hacia el sector El Cujicito de la urbanización Araguaney de El Junquito, en Distrito Capital, fue prohibido.

Three dozen Western countries, including all 28 European Union members, called on Saudi Arabia last week to cooperate with a UN-led investigation into the murder of Khashoggi, a critic and Washington Post columnist.

"Justice in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia operates pursuant to global law and it does so in all transparency", Al-Aiban told the Geneva forum.

While Saudi Arabia has abolished the ban on women driving since its previous review, other government-enforced guardian restrictions remain in place, including on travel outside the country.

The CIA concluded late previous year that bin Salman ordered the journalist's assassination, an accusation that has been echoed by United States senators and other observers.

The Saudi government has rejected key recommendations on critically important human rights problems, including the immediate release of all human rights defenders arbitrarily detained.

Agnes Callamard, the UN's special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, was in Turkey in late January to probe what happened to the journalist.

Me gusta esto: