Members of north Lebanon's Bar Association hold a sit in at the syndicate's headquarters in Tripoli to protest the release of Michel Samaha on bail, Monday, Jan. 18, 2015. (The Daily Star/Stringer)
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Members of the North Lebanon Bar Association Monday protested last week's release on bail of a former minister who was convicted of terrorism last year in a case that was later annulled.Moqaddam also said the Military Tribunal's prerogatives must be specified and confined only to military related matters, a continued demand, primarily by March 14 parties, since the release of Samaha on bail last week.Samaha was released Thursday after the Military Court of Appeals granted him bail.
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