Legal representative: discuss the amnesty law of 12 August next 7/30/2015
Legal representative: discuss the amnesty law of 12 August next
Tomorrow Press / Baghdad: Legal Committee of Parliament, announced Wednesday, all held a panel discussion on 12 of the month of August, in the presence of all parties concerned and specialists from government and representatives of the ministries of justice and labor and social affairs, human rights and the Bar Association and the Judicial Council of the United Nations and other organizations concerned to discuss the amnesty law year.
The deputy chairman of the legal committee of parliamentary Muhsin al-Sadoun, told a news conference held by the House of Representatives and attended "tomorrow Press," that "the committee formed a sub-committee of its members to follow and study amend the draft of the amnesty law," explaining that "the general amnesty sender of government law after approval, It is the subject of study and debate the parliamentary legal committee. "
He noted that "the bill addresses many aspects at the same time contains many exceptions and we are with those exceptions," stressing that "the law does not include criminals, whether from near or far not covered by its provisions apply to counter-terrorism No. 13 of 2005 the law".
He said al-Sadoun that "the parliamentary Committee will consider the possibility of studying certain aspects and variables, especially the escape of a large number of sentenced prisoners in the provinces controlled by Daash gangs," adding "there is a paragraph still some objections List them and states that the right of any person claiming exposure to torture, the right to demand of the judiciary retrial again, and this material is clear and necessary part of the amnesty law. "
He stressed that "the law does not include convicted felons major crimes such as Spyker and in Khan Bani Saad, and other areas."