Rachid Hamdani’s Libyan prison sentenced dropped on one charge

Tripoli, Libya (GenevaLunch) – Rachid Hamdani, one of two Swiss businessmen who have been held by Libya for 18 months, has reportedly had his prison sentence overturned for staying illegally in the country. He and Max Goldi, the other Swiss, appeared Saturday and Sunday in a court to where appeals in their cases were being heard. The two then returned to the Swiss Embassy, where they have been staying. The Swiss government has confirmed the news.

The two are also charged with illegal business activities, and these charges will be heard again 6 and 7 February, according to Hamdani’s lawyer, reports TSR.

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Links to other sites: swissinfo, TSR (Fre)


  1. Norma says:

    Dear Mr Rachid Hamdani

    I am Norma from Indonesia fully support you, you have done nothing wrong, keep it up…!

    Best Regards