Saniora asks UNSC to impose Hariri tribunal

May 14, 2007 23:22


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Lebanon's prime minister formally asked the UN Security Council on Monday to impose an international tribunal to prosecute suspects in the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Fuad Saniora sent a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon asking that the tribunal be established, Information Minister Ghazi Aridi told reporters after Saniora met with some Cabinet members about the issue. The request follows Saniora's failure to win opposition support for the international court. Saniora's move, which effectively bypasses the divided legislature, is bound to further deepen a fierce power struggle between the prime minister's Western-backed government and the Hizbullah-led opposition.

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