Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Ben Ali breaks the silence and says the trial against him, is a masquerade

Former Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali has broken his silence and ensured that the trial opened against him in his home country is a "masquerade." The statement has sent the French lawyer, Jean-Yves Le Borgne, which has insisted it is doing everything possible to "discredit" his client and that "the process taught in Tunisia is a masquerade with the sense of illustrate a symbolic break with the past.

" Ben Ali, who was a total of 23 years in power, he fled to Tunisia on January 14 after a month of popular revolts, finding refuge in Saudi Arabia, where, according to his family, suffered a stroke in mid- last February. The former president of the North African country in turn insists that has no possession or bank account "in any foreign country." The Tunisian Ministry of Justice announced last week that former dictator and his wife Leila Trabelsi will be tried "within weeks or days."

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