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Saturday, 19 March 2016

Tunisian ex-President Ben Ali sentenced to 10 years in prison

Tunisian court has sentenced expelled president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali to 10 years in prison for misuse of force, the indictment said on Friday.

The ousted previous tyrant was on Thursday discovered blameworthy in absentia of "utilizing his position to get unjustified focal points, making hurt the organization" for a situation including a publicizing office, representative Kamel Barbouche told AFP, without giving further subtle elements.

Ben Ali, who fled Tunisia to Saudi Arabia in January 2011 after a mainstream uprising against his 23-year guideline, has been sentenced in various cases in the previous five years including for debasement.

He additionally got a lifelong incarceration in absentia in 2012 for requesting security strengths to flame on dissenters amid the rebellion.

In spite of the fact that Ben Ali's attorney Mounir Bensalha is yet to make any open remark on the new judgment, government representative Khaled Chouket had before on Monday wished Ben Ali would come back from outcast.

Powers have confronted a string of dangerous jihadist assaults and neglected to review the economy since Ben Ali's removing.


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