EOHR Calls for the Prosecution of “Mansour El Khyia” killers

September 12th, 2012 by Editor

EOHR expresses its deep concern on the deliberated news on the finding of “Mansour El Khyia”, the former opponent and the board member at the Arab Organization for Human Rights (AOHR), buried at one of the villas of Tripoli, calling the Libyan government for the immediate investigation of the case, and the human rights organizations for the prosecution of the killers.

On the 10th of October 2012, the Libyan authorities’ investigations with the former Libyan head of Intelligence “Abd Allah El Snoussy” has revealed his confession of burying “El Khyia” in one of the villas of Tripoli. In this regard, EOHR stressing on that the finding of Mr. “Mansour El Khyia” killed improves the theory, adopted by EOHR during the nineties, stating the joint involvement of both the former Egyptian and Libyan governments in highjacking and killing “El Khyia”, asserting on its intention to persecute whoever will be involved in this case.

On the other hand, EOHR is ensuring the importance of the joint effort of all international and Arabian human rights foundations to uncover the circumstances behind the killing of “El Khyia”, and prosecuting the involvers.

It is worth mentioning that “Mansour El Khyia”, the former Lybian foreign minister, the former opponent, and the board member of the AOHR, disappeared in Cairo on the 11th of December 1993, where the Egyptian authorities intended to state of knowing nothing about his disappearance, at that time.  

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