General Amnesty will be forwarded to next legislative tern & vote beginning 2016
General amnesty law will be forwarded to the next legislative term and vote on it at the beginning of 2016
15-11-2015 08:00 PM
Legal Committee of the House of Representatives announced, Sunday, that the amnesty law contains many exceptions while amnesty which would be restricted, asserting that the vote will not be in the current legislative term, indicating that the Sadr movement demanded that includes amnesty provisions that came under duress and torture by law while the Union forces demanded the cancellation of the verdicts, which came by a confidential informant.
The committee member said Salim Shawki in a press statement, that 'the Amnesty Law was hurt in the framework of national reconciliation and rehabilitation of prisoners and the community, especially those who have minor offenses, and the law is part of the political document that formed the basis of which the government', noting that 'readings has this law in the House of Representatives' .
He added that 'most of the members of parliament had submitted proposals on law and noted that many exceptions to the law with regard to the amnesty, therefore, would be an amnesty law restricted many limitations, and there are claims expand amnesty', adding that 'the Sadr movement demanded that be the verdicts of the past, which came under duress and torture that include amnesty law, while labor union demanded the cancellation of the verdicts, which came by confidential informant '.
The Shawki that 'the law will not vote on it until you are articles matching of mind and logic', complement by saying that 'the House of Representatives will be able to enact the law during the current semester, because the chapter had not left him only 15 days, and will be referred the law to the next legislative term at the beginning of next year' .
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The country's courts to release 8224 suspended for not substantiate the charges against them in the past month
11/15/2015 Baghdad / JAMC
The federal judiciary has announced the resolution of 13185 files, suspended last month, stressing that the country's courts freed 8224 of them found guilty for not including them ratios during the same period.
The judge said Abdul Sattar Bayrakdar spokesman for the judiciary, said that "the courts of the country in the whole appeals evacuated for 8224 suspended during the current month were not proven guilty, including attributed to them."
Bayraktar said that "6852 was released detainees in the investigation stage, pointing out that" 1372 others were released during the trial phase. "
The spokesman pointed out that "the total unresolved cases by about a year in the investigation and trial League in addition to the 13185 Chelates was released detainee