A lawyer representing the family of former Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi has announced the formation of a team of five international lawyers to prosecute Qatari figures before the International Criminal Court.
In a press conference held in Tunis, the lawyer Khaled al-Zaidi confirmed that the lawsuit against the Qatari figures relate to charges of supporting terrorism and causing the displacement of Libyans.
Al-Zaidi said that Qatar could be sued under Law No. 1970, which Qatar itself was the reason behind, and that no new Security Council resolution was required to file the case.
Al-Zaidi vowed to pursue and prosecute all those responsible for rumors and fabrications against the Gaddafi family, stressing that he has begun investigating a large number of cases in and outside Libya.