Serhan says Carlos Ghosn may be brought in for questioning after Interpol warrant

Thu 02 Jan 2020 at 17:32 Security & Law

NNA - Caretaker Minister of Justice, Albert Serhan, said that the ex-chairman of Nissan, Carlos Ghosn, may be brought in for questioning, as part of the procedures Lebanon's authorities have to adopt after receiving a "red notice" warrant from the Interpol on Thursday.


"State Prosecutor Judge Ghassan Oueidat had informed me about the so-called 'red notice' which the Interpol issues to request the arrest of a particular person," Serhan indicated.


"The prosecution received the warrant and it will endeavor to take the required measures related, including the interrogation of [Ghosn]," he added.


Serhan also indicated that considering the absence of an extradition treaty between Lebanon and Japan, the Lebanese internal laws would be implemented.





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