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Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi sends a letter in his handwriting to the Libyan people after his exclusion

And Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi wrote on his Twitter account, “You do not know, perhaps God will happen after that.” Yesterday, the Libyan Electoral Commission announced the exclusion of 25 of the 98 registered candidates in the presidential elections scheduled for December 24, where Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi topped the list of those excluded. The commission said that Saif al-Islam Gaddafi was disqualified for “violating two provisions of the law on the election of the head of state.” It clarified that Clause 7 of Article 10, as well as Clause 5 of Article 17 do not apply to Saif al-Islam. Clause 7 of Article 10 of the Candidacy Law provides for The head of state, “the candidate shall not have been finally convicted of a felony or a crime against honor and honesty.” While Clause 5 of Article 17 stipulates that the candidate must include his candidacy papers, “a certificate of absence of precedents.” A court in Tripoli had issued a judgment in absentia against Seif. Islam Gaddafi was sentenced to death in 2015 after being convicted of “war crimes” during the demonstrations that erupted against the rule of his father, Muammar Gaddafi, at the end of 2011. However, pages on social networking sites, most notably the page of Colonel Al-Ajami Ali Ahmed Al-Atiri, who is in charge – according to Libyan media – With the protection and security of Saif Al-Aseel The mother of Gaddafi, published a certificate issued by the Libyan Ministry of Interior proving the absence of a criminal record for Saif al-Islam. Today, Thursday, the Saif al-Islam Gaddafi campaign announced that the legal team went to Tripoli to file an appeal against the exclusion of their candidate Saif al-Islam from the presidential elections scheduled for December 24. In an exclusive statement to Al Arabiya, the campaign said that “a judgment in absentia was used against our candidate, and the judiciary should not be

Saif al-Islam, son of the late leader Muammar Gaddafi, sent a handwritten letter to the Libyan people after the decision to exclude him from the presidential election race.

Saif al-Islam Gaddafi wrote on his Twitter account, “You do not know, perhaps God will happen after that something.”

He added, “My brothers and sisters, do not despair and do not grieve. God is with us. We must all continue the process of receiving electoral cards and vigorously.” Yesterday, Wednesday, the Libyan Electoral Commission announced the exclusion of 25 of the 98 registered candidates in the presidential elections scheduled for December 24, with Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi leading the list of those excluded.

The commission said that Saif al-Islam Gaddafi was excluded because of “violating two provisions of the law on the election of the head of state.”

The reasons for excluding Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi from the elections… and the circulation of evidence of his innocence

She clarified that Clause 7 of Article 10, as well as Clause 5 of Article 17 do not apply to Saif al-Islam.

Clause 7 of Article 10 of the Law on Candidacy for the Post of President of the State states, “The candidate shall not have been finally convicted of a felony or a crime against honor and honesty.”

Clause 5 of Article 17 stipulates that the candidate must include a “certificate of absence of precedents” in his nomination papers.

Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and 24 others excluded from the Libyan presidential race A court in Tripoli had issued a death sentence in absentia for Saif al-Islam Gaddafi in 2015, “following his conviction of committing “war crimes” during the demonstrations that erupted against the rule of his father, Muammar Gaddafi, at the end of 2011. However, pages on social networking sites, most notably the page of Colonel Al-Ajami Ali Ahmed Al-Atiri, who is charged – according to Libyan media – with the protection and security of Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi, published a certificate issued by the Libyan Ministry of Interior proving that Saif Al-Islam has no criminal records.

Today, Thursday, Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi’s campaign announced that the legal team went to Tripoli to file an appeal against the exclusion of their candidate, Saif Al-Islam, from the presidential elections scheduled for December 24.

In an exclusive statement to Al Arabiya, the campaign said that “a judgment in absentia was used against our candidate, and the judiciary should not be politicized.”