Iraq sentenced in absentia to seven years in prison on the former Minister of Transportation
24-08-2015



Twilight News / Criminal Court in Basra sentenced in absentia to prison for seven years on the former Transport Minister Louay Hatem wedding because of his contract with the company in violation of civil law.

The Presidency of the Federal Court of Appeal in Basra in a statement that "the criminal court in Basra, sentenced in absentia to prison for seven years the right of the convicted (l o h) In accordance with the provisions of Article 340 of the Penal Code."

She added that "the date of the convicted (26 September 2004) by using his authority as minister of transport and enter one of the companies in a tender concerning repair freely Catchers Despite the end of open bidding procedures, and then agreed to sign with them."

The Court noted in its statement that "the criminal court in Basra also decided to issue a warrant of arrest on the convicted and book movable and immovable property."

He noted that "the sentence handed down in absentia Negotiable objection and discrimination."

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