Ogero is responsible for distributing internet capacity in Lebanon. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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An investigative judge Wednesday extended the deadline for Ogero head Abdel-Moneim Youssef to testify in an investigation into the country's illegal internet networks.A judicial source told The Daily Star that the head of the state-owned telecommunications company was given until May 23 to testify in front of Mount Lebanon's Investigative Judge Rami Abdallah. With the Ogero head having skipped a scheduled inquiry for Wednesday, this will be the second time Youssef has missed a session this month because he is outside the country. Abdallah also listened to the testimony of two Ogero officials, IT director Toufic Chebaro and Ghaleb Smaira Wednesday, the source added.
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