Supreme Judicial directed quickly to deal with citizens' complaints against judges and prosecutors



2015/8/25 18:56

[Baghdad - where]
the Supreme Judicial Council has directed that, on Tuesday, the presidencies of the Federal Courts of Appeal in Iraq quickly to deal with citizens' complaints against judges and public prosecutors for investigation.

A spokesman for the judiciary Judge Abdul Sattar Bayrakdar in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, "the Supreme Judicial Council has directed that the presidency of the courts of appeal to receive any complaint or news provided by the citizen respect to one of the judges or members of the public prosecutor, without delay."

He added that "it is for the purpose of completing the preliminary investigation and referral of the complaint directly about with all the information to the body of the judicial supervision of the investigation as soon as possible."

He said Bayrakdar that "the decision was made ​​to implement when I departed with him exceptional Judicial Council meeting held last week."

declared the judiciary Last week, on the transfer of 121 judges and a member of the claim in the Disciplinary Committee during the past five years, with eight of them ended services to inconsistency of their actions with the judicial conduct. End

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