After 8 hearings, the Gdeim Izik’s criminals’ trial is a chapter yet to be finished.
According to observers of the trial, it’s going under normal conditions since the beginning, despite the case being of such magnitude. All credits go to the professionalism carried out in the method by which the court is handling the case, as all conditions guaranteeing an equitable trial for both parties have been respected for both parties.
Hence the observers’ satisfaction, both locally and on an international level, whom have praised several times the Moroccan justice and the trial’s conditions.
Hubert Seillan, French observer and lawyer at the Paris Bar, has even expressed his astonishment like many other international observers, over the liberty given to the lawyers to freely interrupt the president and the Public prosecutor. And call them out on certain procedure points and their ways to plan out different stages of the trial.