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Sport: Benin: The opponent's lawyers Rekya Madougou and Joel Aivo prepare their defense

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Opponents Rekya Madougou and Joël Aivo will be judged during the criminal session of the Court of Suppression of Economic Offenses and Terrorism (Criet) which opens on December 06 in Porto-Novo.

with our correspondent in Cotonou, Jean-Luc ApLogan

The lawyers of the two defendants, eliminated from the race to the presidential election last April, have always stated that the two cases were "purely political". Two requests for release from Reckya Madougou were rejected. The councilors of the two opponents hoped for a non-place at the end of the instruction. Their customers were returned to the judges for a trial. They estimate the instructor judges have missed courage but they are preparing for trials.

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Joël Aivo will be judged first, on December 6, the day of the opening of the criminal session of the Criet. Four days later on December 10th, it will be the tour of Reckya Madougou.

According to our information, the two dates were communicated to the detainees themselves, on Monday, November 29. One of Professor Aivo's lawyers affirms, off micro, that the file has "nothing legal and nothing of judicial". For the veteran of the Beninese Bar, Robert Dossou, "there is no evidence". Their client is pursued "for conspiracy against safety and whitening" and has been in detention for almost eight months.

In the Madougou file, the rights of the defense have been violated during the instruction, fulminizes his lawyer Renaud Agbodjo: "Given the conduct exclusively dependent on the instruction, we think that it is necessary to fear the worst for The coming trial and Madame Madougou goes to this hearing with a certain presumption of guilt. We hope there will be a burst of justice. We are preparing this trial with the same serenity and the same determination, "he reacts to the announcement of the trial.

The Democratic candidate is continued for "terrorist financing". After his arrest, on March 3, the Criet explained that she was preparing operations to sow terror and suspend the electoral process, which she still denied, according to her lawyers.

Benin: The opponent Reckya Madougou sentenced to 20 years of prison .
© AFP the Béninese opponent and ancient custody Recyna Madougou has schered Saturday of 20 years in prison for "terrorism" in front of a special court of Novo who sentenced on Tuesday another opponent at 10 years in prison. After 20 hours of hearing, Ms. Madougou, 47, was found guilty of "complicity of terrorist acts" by the court of repression of economic offenses and terrorism (Criet). The opponent, who had pleaded not guilty, was sentenced to the prosecutor's sentence.

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