Petitioners' attorney: 48 hours not enough time to prepare

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October 17, 2011 13:16

 
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The attorney for the families of terror victims petitioning the deal to free 1,027 Palestinian prisoners in exchange for Gilad Schalit told the High Court of Justice on Monday that "48 hours is not enough for families of victims to prepare objections."

He referred to the proceedings as "a farce," adding that the state should set criteria for prisoner releases.

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