Parliamentary Human Rights is discussing with the UN representative of the genocide crimes in Iraq
11/1/2015
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Search for the parliamentary Commission on Human Rights with the Special Adviser to the Secretary General of the United Nations [Adama Dnyik] genocide crimes in Iraq file.

According to a statement of the Commission received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of "Chairman of the Human Rights Parliamentary Arshad Salhi, Special Adviser to the Secretary General of the United Nations met to prevent genocide in Iraq and his accompanying delegation at the Commission's headquarters this morning, the two sides discussed the genocide in Iraq crimes file and the need for the UN Security Council to consider and attention genocide dossier and submit it to the Criminal Court to hold accountable the perpetrators of these crimes and the reduction of non likely to happen again.
Salehi stressed that "the issue of Iraq's accession to the International Criminal Court from among the priorities of the Commission for criminals accountable and work on legislation to prevent genocide law". At the conclusion of the meeting, the Special Adviser to the Secretary General of the United Nations expressed the United Nations and the private office his desire to advise and support the Commission in the form of prevention of crimes of genocide law, stressing the need for national reconciliation and the enactment of laws that guarantee the rights of Almkonat.

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