Lebanese MP Fattouch punches female employee at Justice Palace

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October 20, 2014 By LBCI

Sources from the Justice Palace reported that MP Nicolas Fattouch punched a female employee, identified as Manale Daou, responsible for filing complaints at Justice Palace on Monday.

In the details, MP Fattouch headed to the Justice Palace to file a complaint, when the employee, Manale Daou, who is responsible for filing the complaints, asked him to wait his turn, “since she had other complaints previously presented by other lawyers,” the sources said.

The sources added that the deputy was disturbed by her answer and replied: “I am the deputy Nicolas Fattouch and I cannot wait.”

“I will file your complaint but you have to wait your turn,” the employee reportedly said, leading him to punch her in the neck as retaliation.

According to the same sources, other employees interfered to calm him down, noting that he then left with his bodyguard.

Source: LBCI


لم يرق للنائب نقولا فتوش الانتظارفاستثارغضبا في احد مكاتب قصر العدل في بعبدا، بوجه منال ضو وهي موظفة مسؤولة عن تسجيل شكاوى المحامين، فلكمها داخل مكتبها


الفتوش وصل الى المكتب الخاص بتسجيل الشكاوى التي يقدمها المحامون وسلم شكوى كان يحملها الى ضو طالبا منها تسجيلها على عجل، لكن الموظفة استمهلته
للحظات الى ان تتتهي من تسجيل معاملة كانت بدأت بها

لكن الانتظار لم يرق للنائب الذي كال لها الشتائم والعبارات النابية وما لبث ان إقتحم مكتبها وأقدم على ضربها ولم يفلح بعض الحاضرين في ابعاده عنها الا بعدما حصل ما حصل

اعتداء سافر من نائب يفترض به ان يحترم القانون في بيت القانون والعدل، ما اثار ضجة كبيرة وحالا من الفوضى في باحات قصر العدل، وكذلك حال من الاستنكار على مواقع التواصل الاجتماعي

فتوش ارتكب جرما بهذا التصرّف باعتدائه على موظفة اثناء قيامها بعملها، غير آبه بالانتظار واحترام المواطنين الاخرين، مقدما نفسه على الجمي

يشار الى ان المعتدى عليها سارعت الى تقديم شكوى لدى النيابة العامة الاستئنافية  ضد نائب الامة الذي يمتلك حصانة قضائية.

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