Legal expert: the report of the fall of Mosul defendants could face death penalty

A legal expert said that the figures and names as defendants contained in the report of the Special Parliamentary Committee to investigate the fall of the city of Mosul, however Daash 2014 "could face the death penalty."
Said Tariq Harb told all of Iraq [where] "If condemned the civil courts or the military some actions contained in the report of the Committee have her sentence to death up, whether Bovq provisions of the Civil Penal Code or military or internal security forces."

He explained that "the judiciary is now the report of the fall of Mosul just news to suit and investigative in the case will start from scratch.
"He pointed out the war to be" accused of the Committee for the fall of Mosul, a report would be brought to the investigation when the judiciary according to their status, van were civilians would be brought to civilian courts and military to military justice in accordance with the Military Penal Code ".

The House of Representatives has approved on Wednesday a majority on the report of his committee investigative fall of Mosul, which included former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's name and civilian officials and military leaders senior defendants of negligence or complicity the events of June and transmit the report to the judiciary.

The defense minister Khaled al-Obeidi said today that his ministry will refer all of It named in the report of the Committee of military commanders to Iraqi military justice, "stressing that the ministry" will aim at the achievement of justice for the homeland, and the account to dereliction of military duty, or cowardice and complacency in it and left arms, or withdrawal unjustified, and other descriptions, which can be punished by law.
"The most prominent of the named in the report of the Commission as defendants and failing the fall of Mosul, former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Secretary of Defense agency Saadoun al-Dulaimi, the governor of Nineveh article Liberation of Iraq, and the first team Bababiker Zebari, chief of staff of the Army shops for retirement, and the team's first corner Abboud Qanbar Commander of Joint Operations [deputy army chief of staff for operations, and the team's first corner Ali Ghaidan commander of the former wild forces, and Lt. Gen. Mahdi Gharrawi former commander of Nineveh operations and military commanders others.
In the first reaction he played down al-Maliki of the importance of the report's findings and accused him of events, and that "not the value of the result reached by the Commission for the control of the political differences, "he said. It ended 16