Parliamentary Security:Prosecution was not called any of accused fall of Mosul 9/30
Parliamentary Security: The prosecution was not called any of the accused fall of Mosul
9/30/2015 0 Comments
[Baghdad - where] confirmed to the Commission on Security and Defense parliamentary member Hakhuan Abdullah, said the public prosecutor none of the defendants was not called the fall of Mosul, who stated in the report of the investigative committee. Abdullah said, told all of Iraq [where], "The entire fall of Mosul, a report was sent to the public prosecutor, by the Presidency of the parliament and kept us as a committee Security follow up the matter in the public prosecutor."
He added, "If there is a request for evidence or documents associated with the file, we are ready to provide him with [public prosecutor] out, "noting that he" was not yet calling anyone mentioned period. "He stressed that" the Commission is following and continuously report. "The head of the special parliamentary committee to investigate the fall of Mosul [ended its business, of quitting , said on 25 September this month that "the judiciary has taken no action so far in connection with the investigation and the accused in it." Among Zamili's [where], that "s important and serious and affects the security establishment and stability of life and passed by Iraq after June 2014 and there are accusations of him for several figures and As as a committee formed by the parliament have the right to personal follow up on it and our mission ends to hand over the file to the government and the judiciary involved parties being we have made a great effort, "noting" will follow [the investigation] after the Eid al-Adha holiday and referred the accused to justice or against whom an arrest. "
He pointed to send a committee investigation file to "several quarters and from there to the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Office and the Minister of Defense and to the public prosecutors and military courts and to the President of the Supreme Judicial Council and all hand received a copy of it." The House of Representatives has transmitted the report of his committee for the investigation in the fall of Mosul to the judiciary after a vote in its meeting on the 17 of last August. The report includes a charge large number of officials and military commanders, most notably former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the governor of Nineveh article Ethel Najafi and the army chief of staff shops for retirement Babacar Zebari and the leaders of other senior army officials as government.