It also rejected a similar request filed by Mishana Hosseinioun, a Human rights activist close to the accused.
According to the Court, Aisha Gaddafi and Mishana Hosseinioun sought "the Chamber permission to contact Saif Gaddafi and give him access to what they deem to be appropriate legal advise. It adds that "they [did] not seek to provide the Chamber with observations which may be desirable for the proper determination of the case".
Since he was arrested on November 19, 2011, Saif al-Islam has not been allowed to meet a lawyer.
Libya's ruling National Transitional Council says he should be tried at home. However, the ICC has jurisdiction over the case because it issued a warrant last year for his arrest on charges of crimes against humanity.
© Hirondelle News Agency