After the interrogation finished, the statement was referred to Lebanon’s Public Prosecutor Judge Ghassan Oueidate to make a decision that suits Lebanon and its laws according to the Constitution of Lebanon.
A Beirut-based lawyer for Ghosn, Carlos Abou Jaoude, said trying him in Lebanon would involve either a handing over or a co-operation between the justice ministries of Japan and Lebanon.
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