Accountability of staff discussed confiscation of $'s Saddam: Baath abroad have $M's
Accountability of staff discussed the confiscation of the money Saddam: Baathists abroad have "millions"
Special scales News - Chairman of the Committee recognized reconciliation and accountability parliamentary Hisham al-Suhail, Sunday, that the confiscation of the money of staff of the defunct law of the former regime of Saddam Hussein will take time and it may be a lengthy, revealing the possession of members of the dissolved Baath Party for "millions of dollars" out of Iraq fictitious names.
He said al-Suhail's / scales News / that "our committee is keen to reach the formula Nhiih law and not to inflict injustice on any category," explaining that "we going to host a number of legal experts in order to express their views about law and include important notes that they serve."
He acknowledged head of the reconciliation and accountability parliamentary "possession of members of the dissolved Baath Party for" millions of dollars "out of Iraq fictitious names return to the relatives of the families of staff of the former regime," asserting that "the legislation seizure and confiscation of funds of staff of the former regime, the law will return the money of the Iraqi state."
The "House of Representatives completed at its 29 legislative term first legislative year, the first in 16 of the month of April the first reading of the draft reserve law and the confiscation of movable and immovable property belonging to the pillars of the former regime and submitted by the committees of accountability and reconciliation, justice and legal order to determine the persons under the custody and confiscation their movable and is under previous legislation and to develop the appropriate mechanism to end the seizure and confiscation measures. "
The Cabinet has decided to "inform the House of Representatives to adopt the current cabinet for the project seizure and confiscation of movable and immovable property belonging to the staff of the former regime law" .anthy 29 / d 25