[size=36]The judiciary is instructed to issue arrest warrants for those accused of corruption and preventing them from traveling[/size]
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The Supreme Judicial Council issued on Saturday, issuing arrest warrants for those accused of corruption and prevent them from traveling.
A statement issued by the judiciary, which received (Mawazine News) a copy, that "in light of the events and after the electronic deliberation and the emergency meeting between the President of the Supreme Judicial Council with members of the Supreme Judicial Council has reached the Council to instruct the Central Court to fight corruption to take exceptional measures by issuing memos Arresting the defendants whose cases fall within the jurisdiction of the court and preventing their travel and instructing the executive authorities to do so.
"The Council declares that article 2, paragraph 2, of the anti-terrorism law in force stipulates that it is considered to be a terrorist act (acts of violence and threats to intentionally destroy, destroy or damage buildings or public property, government interests, government institutions, bodies or departments," the statement added. State, private sector or public utilities). "
He also said: "Article 2, paragraph 5, of the said Act is considered an act of terrorism who assaults firearms against army, police or security services, and assaults on national military units."