UN Security Council unanimously votes to impose sanctions on Gaddafi regime

Al Jazeera All 15 members vote for Security Council resolution 1970, a unanimous decision.

Gaddafi family members will have their assets frozen, and which administration members will be prevented from leaving Libya.

Asset freeze: Aisha, Hannibal, Khamis Muammar, Muammar Mohammed Abu Minyar, Mutassim and Saif al-Islam Gaddafi.

Those slapped with a travel ban: Liaison office head Dr Abdulqader Mohammed al-Baghdadi, Gaddafi’s bodyguard chief Abdulqader Yusef Dibri, extrenal intelligence agency boss Abu Zayd Umar Dorda, defence minister Major General Abu Bakr Yunis Jabir,  Utilities secretary Matuq Mohammed Matuq, alleged hit squad chief Sayyid Mohammed Qadhaf Al-dam, Gaddafi’s daughter Aisha, sons Hannibal Muammar, Khamis Muammar, Mohammed Muammar, Mutassim, Saadi, Saif al-Arab and Saif al-Islam. Also military intelligence director Col Abdullah al-Senussi – and Gaddafi himself.

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2 Responses to UN Security Council unanimously votes to impose sanctions on Gaddafi regime

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  2. CC says:

    So glad to know that the sanction is aimed only towards the Gadaffi clan and the economy of the Libyan people (thumbs up for the UN).

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