Thursday, 13 June 2013

Further payments for Lockerbie victims?

[The following is an excerpt from a report published on Tuesday on the website of the Libya Herald:]

The government has asked the GNC to approve an additional  LD 15.25 billion for urgent items that did not feature in its original budget. Congress is expected to vote on the requests on Sunday.
“The prime minister Ali Zeidan asked for the additional budget for some item which were not included in the general budget of 2013,” Fareeha Barkawi, a member of the GNC finance committee told the Libya Herald. These covered compensation, urgent development projects and the security situation.
Barkawi explained that the proposed compensation included the settlement of salaries for workers at foreign companies obliged to abandon projects at the start of the revolution.  There were also payments ear-marked for Lockerbie victims and extra money for municipalities for rehabilitation schemes.
[It is not clear to me on what basis further payments for Lockerbie victims are envisaged as being due or necessary.]

1 comment:

  1. MISSION LOCKERBIE, 2013 - doc. nr. 9964.rtf. (google translation, german/english):

    In 'LIBYA NOW' - there were also 'GNC'-payments ear-marked for "Lockerbie victims" and extra money for municipalities for rehabilitation schemes.

    These are payments made to financially damaged Libyan humans (also "Lockerbie victims") including the family of Abdelbaset al Megrahi...
    Don't forget: the Libyan people has supported by the "Scottish Evidence Fraud" (a manipulated fragment of a MEBO - MST-13 Timerfragments "PT-35 --
    PT 35/b") - plus the UN sanctions - an big economic loss of around US$ 50 billions !

    in German language:

    In 'LIBYA NOW', sind durch 'GNC' auch Zahlungen vorgesehen für "Lockerbie Opfer" und zusätzliches Geld für die Kommunen, zweckgebunden für Rehabilitationsmaßnahmen.

    Gemeint sind Zahlungen an finanziell geschädigte libysche "Lockerbie Betroffene", u.a. die Familie von Abdelbaset al Megrahi...
    Nicht vergessen: Das Libysche Volk hat durch den "schottischen Beweisbetrug", abgestützt auf einem manipulierten Fragment eines MEBO - MST-13 Timerfrag-ments (PT-35 --- PT-35/b) - plus den UN-Sanktionen, einen wirtschaftlichen Schaden von rund US$, 50 Milliarden zubeklagen !

    by Edwin and Mahnaz Bollier, MEBO LTD, Telecommunication, Switzerland. webpage: