Libya Today Predicts Positive Outcome of Nurses Trial
Bulgaria's National Television reported that the newspaper is citing sources close to the Libyan government as saying that a session of the General People's Congress, the country's supreme institution, is being prepared. At that session the Congress is said to make amendments to the punishing law and an amendment concerning the death sentence.
According to the article the intention of the law reforms will be to allow either the General People's Congress or Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi the right to abolish the death sentence without consultations with the Supreme Judicial Court.
Libya Today also wrote that the sources claim that the latest postponing of the trial against the Bulgarian nurses for end January was just to earn more time.
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