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Two letters rogatory to freeze assets of deposed President and his relatives in UAE and Qatar
Saturday, May 21, 2011 15:37
TUNIS (TAP) - The Tunisian judicial authorities sent two letters rogatory to freeze assets of the deposed President and his relatives in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar, an authorised source of the Justice Ministry announced.
These letters rogatory, sent on May 3 and 12 respectively via the Foreign Ministry, were presented to the two countries' judiciaries by the Tunisian diplomatic missions there, the same source specified.
 
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