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The parliamentary Justice and Administration Committee Monday began discussing a draft law relating to the Military Tribunal, including the possibility of amending some provisions with the aim of addressing flaws in the tribunal's work.Committee Chairman MP Robert Ghanem said the lawmakers began discussing a draft law relating to the Military Tribunal he had presented to Parliament in March 2012 . He said the committee's move comes after it had studied draft laws relating to the judicial court, penalties and penal courts.The Military Court of Cassation unanimously agreed to release Samaha on a LL150 million ($100,000) bail but he was banned from leaving the country or speaking to the media pending a verdict after his retrial.
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