Mahmood: there has been no breach of the judiciary since 2004

Author: AR, HH
Editor: AR, HH

2015/08/26 10:00

Long-Presse / Baghdad
The head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Medhat al-Mahmoud, said on Wednesday that the judiciary did not score in any breach since 2004, and while noting get "some lapses in fees are met" to be processed quickly, pointed to the intensification of efforts for the completion of criminal cases in areas of investigation and trial.

Said Medhat al-Mahmoud in a speech during repeating the section of the graduates of 36 session in the Judicial Institute ceremony attended by, the (long-Presse), "In the midst of all this corruption that prevailed in some state institutions, and that was huge by anti setups, but I say it and fill the mouth did not recorded on the federal judiciary since 2004, when separated from the federal judiciary's budget for the Ministry of Justice and one breach and the testimony of all the regulatory institutions as a body integrity, Office of Financial Supervision and the inspectors. "

Al Mahmoud added, "I bow to the integrity of the budget took over the disposition of the judiciary", but he also said, "but there are lapses occurred in fees are met and sends teams of authority to audit the records and receipts and return or restore any fees."
He said the President of the Supreme Judicial Council to "continue to intensify efforts for the completion of criminal cases in the areas of investigation and trial, especially terrorism and financial and administrative corruption cases, especially if the accused it of detainees was with the increase the number of judges and prosecutors in the courts," pointing out that "the effort that replaces judges in This area, is the effort bow to him all evidence numbers that broadcast in the media center for a month of achievement. "

Mahmood said that "the judiciary is not alone can fight corruption but must Taatzafar with all State organs, particularly the Integrity Commission and the Office of Financial Supervision, and provide us together with documentation issues", stressing that "activating the role of public prosecution in moving complaints of offenses relating to public money according to materials notice of appeal and to provide device Alakhbarat about these crimes in the appellate areas. "

Al Mahmoud stressed that "the follow-up to the travel ban orders and book money is not our task but the task of the Ministry of Interior," explaining that "the Supreme Judicial Council form part at the head of the public prosecution to follow the orders of the travel ban and the seizure of funds issued by the courts and sent daily to the Ministry of Interior to the task of preventing travel and book money ".

The Supreme Judicial Council on the 18th of August 2015, called for the activation of arrest warrants and travel ban against the accused, called the House of Representatives to expedite the laws relating to the judiciary legislation, in the face of intensifying the completion of criminal cases, especially of "terrorism" and financial corruption efforts.

The president of the Federal Judiciary, Medhat al-Mahmoud, on Thursday, (August 13, 2015), to send the Code of Federal judiciary bills to its legislation in accordance with the constitutional contexts, as he emphasized that it came after the development of these projects with the consolidation of the independence of the judiciary.

It accuses some political blocs, several international destinations, the Iraqi judiciary siding with the government in its decisions and cites incidents of several in which the Federal Court issued and other Iraqi courts, decisions, "poured in the government's interest", such as the largest bloc decision, and refused to distribute cash to the citizens of the oil share , and other issues, as well as other charges of using the government, "the judicial arms" against its opponents by accusing them of "terrorism" in the context of "politically Tsagathm".

Send laws and comes two days after the approval of the Iraqi Council of Representatives after, on Tuesday (11 August 2015), the reformist decisions taken by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi reform and proposals announced by the Iraqi Council of Representatives.