Libya saved about 350 million Egyptian pounds in Cairo court success

By Sami Zaptia.

London, 21 December 2020:

The Pending Disputes Abroad Committee of the Libyan Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) reported yesterday that it has saved the Libyan state about 350 million Egyptian pounds by successfully appealing a case of administrative seizure on Libyan state funds in Egyptian banks and other bodies in Egypt.

The administrative seizure was for judicial fees in a case against the Hanna family (عائلة حنا) which was under appeal. The Committee said that the ruling is final.


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