10.11.2008

Special Tribunal for Lebanon Recruiting and Bellemare Ready in December

Some good news on the Special Tribunal for Lebanon has been coming that it has begun recruiting announcing many vacancies on its official website.

The vacancies are:

- Chief of Information Technology Support Section
- Senior Computer Systems Technician
- Senior Desktop Services Technician
- Chief, Security and Safety Section
- Chief of Investigations
- Senior Investigator
- Strategic Analyst/Coordinator
- Senior Investigator (Head of Evidence and Information Management)
- Senior Legal Officer
- Supervisor, Staff Administration Unit
- Chief, Public Affairs and Outreach Section
- Human Source Coordinator
- Head, Beirut Office
- Chief of Prosecution
- Senior Trial Counsel
- Deputy Chief, Security and Safety Section
- Detention Officer x 3
- Senior Political Affairs Officer
- Press Officer
- Chief of Procurement
- Security Officer
- Finance Assistant
- Administrative Assistant
- Facilities Management Technician
- Facilities Management Assistant

For more information see STFL's official site.

Another report has good news from the UN investigation committee that the prosecution would be ready in early December after the committee has reportedly pinned down suspects with direct involvement in the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.

I guess it would be a turning moment for the Middle East.

Here is the news article:


Bellemare Pins Down Suspects with Direct Involvement in Hariri's Killing

Naharnet
08 Oct 2008

Chief U.N. investigator Daniel Bellemare has reportedly pinned down suspects with direct involvement in the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
The daily As Safir, citing a U.N. source, said Wednesday that Bellemare would not disclose the names of the suspects.

The source said Bellemare is likely to announce in early December the completion of a major part of the probe and his readiness to take over as prosecutor general for the international tribunal to try suspects in the Hariri killing.

As Safir said Bellemare is also likely to announce before the U.N. Security Council in December the names of 120 suspects.

"But those 120 suspects are not accused of involvement in Hariri's assassination," the source said, adding that the international tribunal would interrogate them under oath.

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Related materials on Special Tribunal for Lebanon:

- Registrar of Special Tribunal for Lebanon Begins Duty

- Special Tribunal for Lebanon Is Ready ― UN Report

- Statute of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon

- Registrar of Special Tribunal for Lebanon Is Appointed, Tribunal Is Ready

- 'Management Committee' of Special Tribunal for Lebanon Is Set Up

- Special Tribunal for Lebanon Gets Base, Judges

- The International Tribunal for Lebanon (Resolution 1757)

- UN Report on the Establishment of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon

- Ninth report of Hariri International Investigation Commission

- Memo for International Tribunal for Lebanon

- Special Tribunal for Lebanon Comes Into Force


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