It directs the judiciary to deal with complaints against judges and public prosecutors quickly

Author: AR, MJM
Editor: AR, BS

2015/08/25 13:57

Long-Presse / Baghdad
The face of the Supreme Judicial Council, on Tuesday, all the presidencies of the federal appellate courts across the country quickly to deal with citizens' complaints against judges and public prosecutors in order to investigate them.

The spokesman said the judiciary Judge Abdul Sattar Bayrakdar in a statement received (long-Presse) a copy of it, that "the Supreme Judicial Council, the face of the need for the presidency of the courts of appeal to receive any complaint or news provided by the citizen and the respect of one of the judges or public prosecutors without delay."

Bayraktar said that "this decision comes for the purpose of completing the preliminary investigation and referral of the complaint directly with all the information about the judicial oversight body to investigate them as soon as possible."

He pointed spokesman for the judiciary that "this decision was made by the implementation of what came out of the special Judicial Council session held in the last week."

It was Sistani's representative in Karbala (108 km) south of Baghdad during Friday prayers called on August 21, 2015 to a genuine reform of the judiciary and carry some high officials of corruption rates in the country during the past few years.
It is said that the judiciary in Iraq announced on Monday (17 August 2015), linking financial and administrative corruption and economic crime and money laundering Court of Appeal Rusafa courts, while suggesting to the appointment of Judge Jassem Mohammed Aboud president for the resumption of Rusafa and Abdul-Wahab al-Bayati of the Court of Appeal of Diyala.

The judiciary announced, in 2015 August 15, for a hearing on Monday (17 August 2015), to discuss the expanded meetings held today the results, and confirmed that the meeting will take important decisions, in the face of the Judiciary Chairman Medhat al-Mahmoud prosecute corrupt whatever their addresses.