Kuwait calls for the execution of Saddam Hussein
Kuwait-Iraq, Politics, 3/17/2004
The Kuwaiti attorney general Hamid al-Othman said in statements issued yesterday that Kuwait will call for the death penalty of the toppled Iraqi President Saddam Hussein over crimes he had committed against Kuwait.
Al-Othman added in a statement to "Kuwait Times" that the Kuwaiti government prepared a long list of accusations supported by evidences against Saddam. He explained that the Kuwaiti Cabinet recently formed a committee chaired by the minister of Justice, Ahmad Yaqoub Baqer, to join the Kuwaiti appeal in trying Saddam.
He continued that the government is coordinating with the representatives of the Iraqi attorney and had prepared the testimonies of hundreds of Kuwaitis and other victims of the former Iraqi regime.
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