Parliamentary Integrity: We will continue to implement the arrest warrants issued by the judiciary

Publishing Date: Mon, 19 Oct 2015 20:10:22

The Commission on Integrity in the House of Representatives, on Monday, they will pursue arrest warrants recently issued by the judiciary against the current and former officials, as described the arrest warrants for those "good".

The committee member said Ribawar Taha in an interview for the Agency for News today, said that "the Integrity Committee in the House of Representatives will seriously follow up on arrest warrants recently issued against former and current officials against the backdrop of corruption charges," noting that "to my knowledge did not carry out orders arrest after" .

Taha added, that "orders the arrest is a good step, being the first of its kind in Iraq since 2003".

It is said that the judiciary has issued during the past two days arrest warrants against former and current government officials, most notably the issuance of an arrest warrant against the Minister of Commerce Mlas Abdul Karim and his brother, and a note to bring to the Minister of Electricity Qassim Fahdawi, as well as two memorandums of arrest warrants against Amini Baghdad ex-Naim Abaob, and Abdul-Hussein Morshedi.