Deputy for powers: the basis of state reform is reform of the judicial system 8/23
Deputy for powers: the basis of state reform is the reform of the judicial system
8/23/2015 0 Comments
He stressed the MP for the Federation of Iraqi forces Hamadoun pros, the need for reform of the judiciary. She said Hamadoun, told all of Iraq [where], "The reform of the judicial system of the most important things, the judiciary was not a viable state will be weak, and that there were not in the integrity of the judiciary is not the integrity of the state". She added that "the criminal trial by the judiciary, and if the judges Mrchun not act responsibly, it means there is not a state, therefore, the basis of state reform is the reform of the judiciary, one of the most important issues and reforms highlighted by the religious authority, citizens and we are responsible."
She continued, "We demand the reform of the judiciary, as the Justice and if the most important thing is not available to read the peace of the country, where the accused is innocent, and accused the innocent." The supreme religious authority was renewed last Friday, demanding reform of the judiciary.
The representative of the reference Mr. Ahmed net in his Friday sermon, "do not want to indulge in a statement aspects of corruption and negligence in the work of the judiciary during the past years, but we point out that what is observed from the proliferation of corrupt thieves of public money and guerrilla kidnapping and extortion and the prevalence of a culture of bribery in all aspects of the state and society is the failure of the results of many officials in this machine to do the performance of legal duties. "
He called on Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi judiciary to "carry out a series of drastic measures to confirm the prestige of the judiciary and its independence and enable it to fight against corruption and reinforcing the principle of justice between the citizens."
The demonstrators also called for the need to reform the judiciary and changing the heads of the Supreme Judicial Council Judge [Medhat al-Mahmoud], accusing him of "corruption."
While House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri said that "absurd to talk about reforms, without reform of the judiciary and that the long-symbols" in.
It is said that, the Supreme Judicial Council unanimously rejected in a special session held in 17 of this August, to discuss the development of the judicial process President of the Council Judge Medhat al-Mahmoud request by referring to retire because "the public interest and justice at this stage require to stay in his duties as President of the Supreme Judicial Council of the Federal Court Supreme ".hsp Alcil.anthy decision 2