Parliamentary looking man with the UN Mission General Amnesty Law 07/03/2016
Parliamentary looking man with the UN Mission General Amnesty Law
[Where - Baghdad]
Search chairman of the Commission on Human Rights Arshad Salihi with the Vice President of the United Nations mission Georgi Boston draft of the amnesty law.
According to a statement of the commission received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of the "Chairman of the Committee on Human Rights met with the Vice President of the United Nations mission and discussed with him a draft of the amnesty law, which is hoped to be voted on in the House of Representatives."
He said Salhi that " the committee has made some amendments in line with the principles of human rights and the rights of the victims, noting that " the Commission does not want to be unfair to the Iraqi people on sectarian or ethnic basis complaint from a secret informant , and to forget the rights of victims to organize Daash terrorist.
on his part , Boston said , according to the statement that the amnesty law is the shortest way to improve the air political and install the pillars of justice that is through him, noting that "this law of great importance laws, calling for political blocs to find a compromise formula on it.
the statement noted that" the Boston eighth at the end of the meeting of the Commission on Human rights in a core on the draft law amendments efforts prominent role in the fight against torture and the reduction of the phenomenon of impunity. "
the House Speaker Salim al - Jubouri told on 5 March / March parliament ready to vote on the draft general amnesty law.
he was vice president of the legal Committee of the parliamentary Muhsin al - Sadoun told [where] he "the final agreement on the wording of the draft amnesty law , " noting that " the law will include a large number of convicts and detainees , including those convicted of murder if there is a compromise and reconciliation with the victim" to Avtal that he "does not include those convicted in accordance with Article 4 / terrorism." is over