Deputy: the elimination will be issued memoranda arrested and travel ban against ...
Deputy: the elimination will be issued memoranda arrested and travel ban against the accused fall of Mosul
19/8/2015 11 a.m.
[Baghdad - where]
the National Alliance MP Abbas Mezni, said that the judiciary will be issued memoranda arrest and travel ban against the accused fall of the city of Mosul he said.
Said Mezni, told all of Iraq [where], "The public prosecutor will receive a copy of the committee fall of Mosul report, and will determine the mechanism to call the accused where and bring them to justice in order to investigate them."
He predicted that "there accused are outside the country," noting that "There are ways to call them."
He pointed Mezni to "The judiciary issued an arrest warrant and travel ban against the accused, after the investigation proves guilty."
The House of Representatives has approved on Monday, a majority on the report of his committee investigative fall of Mosul, which included former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki Name The officials, civilians and military senior leaders as defendants of negligence or complicity to events in June and transmit the report to the judiciary.
The Minister of Defense Khalid al-Obeidi, he said yesterday that his ministry will refer both named in the report of the Committee of military commanders to Iraqi military justice, "stressing that the ministry" will aim at the achievement justice to the homeland, and the account to dereliction of military duty, or cowardice and compromised and left arms, or withdrawal unjustified, and other descriptions, which can be held accountable by law. "
For his part, the legal expert Tareq Harb, that the figures and names contained as defendants in the Commission's report Parliamentary own investigation into the fall of the city of Mosul, however Daash 2014 "could face the death sentence."
He said the war's [where], "If condemned the civil courts or the military some actions contained in the report of the Committee her sentence to death has been up, whether Bovq the provisions of the Penal Code civil or military or internal security forces ".anthy 2