Parliament vote on the conversion of Mosul, a report to the judiciary w/o reading
House of Representatives vote on the conversion of Mosul, a report to the judiciary without reading
August 17, 2015
BAGHDAD / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network (IMN) - House of Representatives voted on Monday to turn the final report of the fall of Mosul to justice without reading it.
The MP said the state law Ahmed al-Badri's (IMN) The "275 deputies voted on the conversion of the report to eliminate," asserting that "the rule of law Congress had asked House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri not read the report in the Council and forwarded directly to the judiciary."
Investigative Committee and lifted the fall of the city of Mosul, on Sunday, its final report about the fall of the city to the presidency of the parliament including the accusation of political and military figures.
Badri said that "al-Jubouri and approved the request of state law and decided to refer the final report of the fall of Mosul to justice without reading it."
The House of Representatives held its 14th day Monday, led by al-Jubouri and the absence of 86 deputies.