UNIIIC

AcronymDefinition
UNIIICUnited Nations International Independent Investigation Commission
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(100) The UNIIIC was essentially folded into the Office of the Prosecutor of the STL, although the two entities operated concurrently for a spell.
Three years after the Hariri assassination, the UNIIIC's mandate ended on February 28, 2009, and it was superseded by the Special Tribunal for Lebanon on March 1, 2009.
Strangest of all is the fact that, in the words of Sami Khiyami, Syria's ambassador to the United Kingdom, UNIIIC "completely obscures the possibility of a third party exploiting the tense political environment in Lebanon to commit a hideous crime." Independent critics share Khiyami's opinion, even though his own government certainly has no monopoly on honesty or consistent behavior.
Radhia Achouri, spokesperson of the UNIIIC told Gulf News, that the commission has made significant progress in its investigations and would submit its finding to the court of Special Tribunal of Lebanon.
During 2007, UNIIIC issued three progress reports on its investigation of the Hariri assassination.
In 2009, when the UNIIIC handed over the investigation to the newly opened STL, Sayyed and his colleagues were released and exonerated.
The UN International Independent Investigative Commission (UNIIIC) investigated Hariri's assassination until the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) was established by the UN Security Council.
In the early sessions of the hearing, Young argued that the UNIIIC failed to thoroughly verify cellular information from the ISF.
The UNIIIC was responsible for investigating the 2005 assassination of statesman Rafik Hariri until it was superseded by the STL in 2009.
The UNIIIC investigated the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri until it was succeeded by the STL in 2009.
The UN International Independent Investigative Commission (UNIIIC) headed by Serge Brammertz is investigating Hariri's assassination and is expected to report its findings to the Security Council by June 2007.
Along with Lebanese authorities, the UNIIIC was responsible for earlier investigation into the February 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.