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Casino case hearings continue
By Petra - Jan 06,2013 - Last updated at Jan 06,2013
AMMAN — The Amman Criminal Court convened on Sunday to continue examining the alleged corruption case known as the “casino file”.
Amjad Abdul Hadi, who worked with former prime minister Marouf Bakhit told the tribunal that he had not attended any sessions in which a casino was discussed.
Meanwhile, the defence attorney in the case filed against Jordanian Writers Association President Muwaffaq Mahadin and political analyst Sufian Al Tal on Sunday requested that the Amman Criminal Court uphold an earlier verdict that was overturned by the Court of Appeal, which cleared them from responsibility for any of the charges levelled against them.
The Amman Criminal Court on Sunday completed listening to the testimony of prosecution witnesses in the alleged corruption case known as the “casino file”.
The Amman Criminal Court on Sunday listened to the testimony of former tourism minister Osama Dabbas in the alleged corruption case known as the “casino file”.
Prosecutor General Yasin Lozi on Wednesday requested the Amman Criminal Court to postpone its hearing on the alleged corruption case known as the “casino file”, involving former tourism minister Osama Dabbas and others.
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