The judiciary and the internal discuss uniting the efforts of the face of organized crime

The Supreme Judicial Council and the Ministry of the Interior search Saturday, the unification of efforts and coordination in the face of terrorism and organized crime.
A statement by the judicial authority, the agency received all of Iraq [where], a copy of "President of the Federal judiciary Judge Medhat al-Mahmoud, presided over today's meeting to coordinate with the leadership of the Ministry of Interior to discuss the unification of efforts against terrorism and organized crime in the presence of Interior Minister Mohammed Ghabban."
The statement quoted al-Mahmoud, said, "We hope that this meeting will achieve its purpose in maintaining security and combating crime and uphold the rule of law," adding that "the meeting included two teams are moving in parallel towards a single goal, namely the judiciary, and the police."
He added that "both [the judiciary and the police] go in the line drawn by the two law, and settled by the norms", pointing out that "walk in these two routes, each according to its competence requires mutual cooperation and overcome difficulties and transit challenges through trading and fruitful discussion and exchange of experience and access to performance sacred duty ".
Mahmood said that "the meeting was a form of cooperation and exchange of opinion objectively to reach the target the most convenient and fastest way", expressing his hope that "strengthen relations between the judiciary and the largest Aldkhalih about."
For his part, Interior Minister Mohammed Ghabban, according to the statement, that "cooperation with the shares of the judiciary in resolving many of the investigative files," noting that "reached with the judiciary to a new mechanism to deal with the similarity of names to prevent without the arrest of innocent people," . s%2Farticle.php%3Fstoryid%3D8517