Activists condemn support "Ameri & engineer" for "corrupt" the Iraqi justice Mahmoud
Activists condemn support "Ameri and engineer" for "corrupt" the Iraqi justice Medhat al-Mahmoud!
On: Wednesday 02/09/2015 15:22
Denounced the secretary general of the Badr Organization, Hadi al-Amiri, Abu Mahdi Mohandes, on Tuesday, to what some raised against the judiciary, and eternally full support to the Iraqi judiciary and its symbols and not to allow any party to interfere in its independence.
The transfer of the official for the federal judiciary website, that "Judge Medhat al-Mahmoud Chief Justice Council Supreme, met yesterday morning the popular crowd leaders Hadi al-Amiri, Abu Mahdi Mohandes.
"The Web site that" Ameri and engineer eternally full support to Mahmoud in his administration to the Iraqi judiciary and its symbols.
"According to the site, the" Ameri and engineer deplored what some have raised against the judiciary and against Mahmood in particular, and not to allow any party to interfere in its independence. "
For their part, it promised among activists, that "al-Amiri and Engineer supporting the corrupt and laud his administration failed the most important Iraqi government files, forgetting that the Iraqi judiciary has failed because of poor Mahmood his management."
The student activists of al-Amiri and engineer not to cover up the Alvhlh , and not to waste the military their effort on the battlefield to sit down with the corrupt, and support them, pointing out that "the dismissal of Mahmoud public is an important requirement to correct the Iraqi judiciary path," Sheikh Abdul Mahdi al-Karbalai, representative of the supreme religious authority, called during Friday prayers at (14 August 2015) to reform the judicial system because it is an important milestone in the completion of the reform packages, saying that can not be real reform without.
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, called in (14 August 2015), the judiciary to carry out a series of "drastic action "to confirm the prestige of the judiciary and its independence, pointing out that the broad reforms called for by requiring judgment is fair and firm.