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Topic - Giovanni Di Stefano
attorney Giovanni di Stefano said Monday afternoon that it is also the last legal hurdle that the former diplomat and deputy prime minister had to face before Mr. Talabani could consider pardoning him.
Mr. di Stefano said Aziz should be released after already having served more than seven years in prison.