Libyan Parliament Spokesman Abdulla Bleihiq said the Parliament session Monday in Benghazi ended with the immunization and prevention of future extradition of any Libyan citizen by any party.
The session was devoted to discussing extradition of Abu-Agila Masud al-Mariami to the United States over alleged involvement in the 1988-Lockerbie bombing.
The deputies concluded with four points; first, selecting a parliamentary committee consisting of the Foreign Affairs Committee, the Legislative Committee, and the Justice Committee at the House of Representatives to follow up on the extradition case, according to the Spokesman.
Secondly, addressing the judicial authority to assign a legal team to defend al-Mariami and follow up on the case.
Third, to address the Public Prosecutor to provide a briefing to the Parliament on the extradition case.
Fourth, adding an article to the decision previously approved by the Parliament on the issue, so that any Libyan citizen will be immunized and prevented from being extradited in the future by any party.