March 12, 2012

The Libanese who abused the Ethiopian woman is identified as Ali Mahfouz

Filed under: Ethiopia — ethiopiantimes @ 10:19 pm
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Ethiopian girl abused in lebanon Man identified who abused the Ethiopian domestic worker in Lebanon

LBCI identifies the man who abused the Ethiopiandomestic worker

The scenes of the Ethiopian domestic worker being beaten outside theEthiopian consulate were considered as a crime by all those who saw them. The Lebanese state mobilized its efforts, especially the cabinetand the Lebanese public opinion that strongly denounced what happened, calling for harsh sanctions against the perpetrator of such acts in the future.

Ali Mahfouz is the man seen in the video footage, abusing the Ethiopianworker; LBCI identified him through his plate number. Ali tried to justify his act by denying that he beat her; he stressed that the worker tried to commit suicide more than once and that he tried dealing with her humanely, but she refused to go to the airport for deportation.

Labor Minister Salim Jreissati told LBCI that the Ministry of Labor decided to take the necessary measures to punish the perpetrator who turned out to be an employee in the domestic workers’ office. Jreissati said that the ministry summoned the domestic workers’ office for an urgent meeting on Monday,adding that a formal complaint will be registered.

As for Chakib Kortbawi, he told LBCI that this act cannot be justified, adding that justice will be served and that the public prosecution launched an investigation in this case.


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