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Caretaker Justice Minister Salim Jreissati said Thursday he may order the prosecution of all those involved in the alleged sale of fake university degrees once he receives all the available evidence from the Education Ministry. Jreissati told The Daily Star Thursday he needed more evidence of the alleged forgery and details of the universities involved if he is to take "public action". This is the action Jreissati intends to take if and when he receives the evidence he requested from the Education Ministry Thursday.During the radio interview, Hamadeh also revealed that LFU's Bekaa branch and Sidon University College had been shut down, in addition to a number of other branches of the three suspected schools involved in the scandal, as the Education Ministry awaits the judicial investigation results.
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