The King's Attorney General at the Rabat Court of Appeal, Hassan Daki, assured that the Tuesday hearing in the trial of defendants in the Gdim Izik camp took place under normal conditions and respect of all the guarantees and conditions of fair trial, as in previous sessions.
In a statement to the press following sixth hearing of the trial in the appendix to the Court of Appeal in Sale, Mr. Daki said that after verifying the identity of persons accused, interrogation of three, also questioned by prosecution and defense of the civil party and the accused, noting that two of the defendants refused to answer the questions asked by lawyers of victims.
The Court provided Arabic-Hassani translation for the defendants requested by them, while working to facilitate access to hearing for relatives of the victims and defendants, Moroccan and foreign observers as well as national and international media who came to follow the proceedings, the Attorney General added.
The Criminal Chamber attached to the appendix of the Court of Appeal in Salé decided to resume the hearing Wednesday to continue the interrogation of other defendants, he said.
On Monday, the Court examined the defendants in the Gdim Izik camp, prosecuted for "criminal gangs and violence against police, resulting in their premeditated death, mutilation of bodies and complicity", in accordance with provisions of articles 293, 294, 297 of the Code of Criminal Procedure.
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