Jubouri respond to Maliki's coalition threats will not delete any name from Mosul rep
Jubouri respond to Maliki's coalition threats will not delete any name from Mosul report and we will hold those involved
Author: HH, SSJ
Editor: AHF, HH
17/8/2015 forty-one past one p.m.
Long-Presse / Baghdad
Re Iraqi Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, on Monday, threatening a coalition of state law to suspend the membership of deputies in the case said its leader Nuri al-Maliki's name in the report of the Commission of Inquiry the fall of Mosul, confirmed that the House of Representatives will not delete any name mentioned by the report, vowed to hold accountable the perpetrators and bring them to crack and integrity .
Jubouri said in a press conference held in the House of Representatives and attended (the long-Presse), "we were informed all the political blocs not to exclude any name from the fall of Mosul Commission report," noting that "we have no right to delete the name of a person stated the report."
He Aljelbora "This report total, including the facts and merits of the answers and the names of not exempt one from him and will be referred to the judiciary and public prosecution to take its range."
Jubouri said that "all the names that have been mentioned in this report will not delete the name of which will be forwarded to the judiciary, all of which will be the investigation and follow-up and accounting for each of the process was the cause of the fall of Mosul."
The Iraqi Council of Representatives voted, Monday, to the assignment of the final report of the Commission of Inquiry the fall of the city of Mosul to the judiciary without reading it.
The Council of Representatives, on Monday, its 14th of the legislative term of the first legislative year, the second headed by Salim al-Jubouri, and the presence of 258 deputies, while the agenda of the meeting included a vote on three bills first and second readings of the ten bills, with the agenda did not include vote on the committee report investigating the fall of Mosul.
The head of the House of Representatives Saleem al-Jubouri announced, on Sunday, (August 16, 2015), that the report of the Commission of Inquiry the fall of the city of Mosul, will be presented publicly during the next parliamentary session to brief the Iraqi people to "truth", and with the exception of the completion of the report The first step in those involved and negligent accounting process , he stressed that the report will be sent then to the public prosecutor to take the legal course.
The head of the Commission of Inquiry fall of Mosul of quitting, it was announced on Sunday, (August 16, 2015), the vote on the results of the investigation the fall of the city, however, the organization (Daash), and while stressing send the results to the presidency of the House of Representatives for the presentation of the vote, he stressed that the committee "not subject to threat or extortion. "
And got the (long-Presse), the names of the political and security figures, which he accused the report of the special parliamentary committee to investigate the fall of the city of Mosul, however organization (Daash), with names appear 18 Personal most prominent former prime minister and army chief of staff former Babacar Zebari and the governor of Nineveh Ethel Nujaifi.
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, announced on Sunday, (August 16, 2015), endorsement of the Council investigative decisions about the withdrawal of Anbar Operations Command thereto and the pieces of the city of Ramadi, without orders, while noting that there are recommendations for the development of the performance of the pieces to take advantage of mistakes I got the land battle, confirmed to refer a number of leaders to military justice to leave their positions contrary to instructions.
The organization (Daash) may impose its control over the city of Mosul, Nineveh province, (405 km north of Baghdad), in (the tenth of June 2014 the past), before to impose its control over many other regions of Iraq, had committed "violations" Many people, especially the right of minorities, religious and cultural sites, promised many local and international destinations "crimes against humanity, and genocide."