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World trial of a former Syrian colonel in Germany: the parquet floor claims the perpetuity

21:25  02 december  2021
21:25  02 december  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Dans le cadre du premier procès au monde pour des exactions imputées au régime de Bachar al-Assad, le Parquet fédéral allemand réclame, la réclusion à perpétuité à l’encontre d’un ancien colonel des services de renseignement syriens. © Franck Dubray / Archives West-France as part of the first trial in the world for abuses charged to the regime of Bachar al-Assad, the parquet floor German Federal Claims, the perpetuity imprisonment against a former Colonel Syrian intelligence services.

The German Federal Prosecutor's Office called on Thursday, December 2, 2021, the perpetuity imprisonment against a former Colonel Syrian intelligence services as part of the first trial in the world for abuses charged to the Bachar Al-Assad regime .

In the framework of the first trial in the world for abuses attributed to the regime of Bachar Al-Assad , the German Federal Public Prosecutor's Office called on 2 December 2021, the perpetuity imprisonment against a former colonel of Syrian intelligence services.

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Anwar Raslan, refugee in

Germany After deserting in 2012, convicted of crimes against humanity, said the prosecutor before the Koblenhood Court, who had judged him since April 23, 2020, for tortured detained in a secret detention center in Damascus.

The former colonel remained silent during all the hearings but at the beginning of the trial, his lawyer had read a long declaration in his name in which he had not used torture in the Al-Khatib Center where he directed the service of the Investigations.

The verdict of this historic trial expected on 13 January

ten years after the outbreak of the popular uprising in Syria, this is the first time in the world that the abuses imputed to the power in place in Damascus are judged.

This trial, which was split in two at the beginning of the year, has already resulted in the conviction on February 24 of a former member of the intelligence services, but of subordinate grade, for

"complicity of crimes against the 'Humanity ». The verdict in this historic trial is expected for 13 January.

These same Judges of Koblenzed a sentence of four and a half years in prison against Eyad Al-Gharib for the arrest in 2011 of protesters and their transfer to the detention center says Al-Khatib or "branch 251 ", where torture was practiced.

To judge these Syrians, Germany applies the legal principle of universal jurisdiction that allows a state to pursue the perpetrators of the most serious crimes, regardless of their nationality and where they were committed.

trial of a former Syrian colonel in Germany: the parquet floor claims the perpetuity .
© Franck Dubray / Archives West-France as part of the first trial in the world for abuses charged to the regime of Bachar al-Assad, the parquet floor German Federal Claims, the perpetuity imprisonment against a former Colonel Syrian intelligence services.

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