Syria L4L observes another hearing in trial Al-Hassani
14 June 2010

Syria L4L observes another hearing in trial Al-Hassani

L4L again sent a delegation to observe a hearing in the trial against Syrian lawyer Muhanad al-Hassani on 10 June 2010. This time, they had been sent on behalf of the Amsterdam and Dutch Bar Associations as well. After the hearing, they had a conversation with the presiding judge, just like last time, to whom they stressed that the verdict should be substantiated with evidence in a legally appropriate fashion. It was confirmed to the delegation that this would be the case.

It is expected that the verdict will be announced on 23 June 2010.

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