Vice calling for the prosecution Daini public and inform the public on what proved gu
Vice calling for the prosecution Daini public and inform the public on what proved guilty or innocent
2016-03-25 00:01:00 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad
Spokesman for a coalition of state law , Ahmed al - Asadi demanded the trial of Mohammed al - Daini public and inform the public on what proved guilty or innocent, expressing surprise at the decision to release him amnesty.
Asadi said in a statement that " as a result of an atmosphere charged with anger and resentment uncle Iraqi street because of the news that pointed to an amnesty passed against the convicted Mohammed al - Daini, call on my presidency , Minister of the Republic of Iraq and the judiciary to contain this issue and the consequent by the reactions at both the parliamentary and the public."
He called al - Asadi as the "trial of Daini public trial and not released until inform the public on what proved guilty or innocent , " he said , adding that "one of the victims of al - Daini is a blessing MP Salman, a member of Ktltna in the second session and did not give up his claim."
Asadi and expressed surprise at the decision to release the amnesty for Daini. "
A spokesman for the Supreme Judicial Council , Abdul Sattar Bayraktar, announced Wednesday (23 March 2016), the release of Daini to "special amnesty", noting that it was a proposal of the prime minister and the issuance of a presidential decree, in what was considered Abadi Office statement Birqadr "inaccurate and unfortunate. "
A spokesman for the Presidency of the Republic Khalid Shwani, that amnesty for Daini was on the recommendation of Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, pointing out that he has been discharged from the issue of defamation on Higher Education Minister Hussein al - Shahristani.
As it issued the Information Office of the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, on Thursday, a statement illustration on "special pardon" , which was issued against former MP Mohammed al - Daini, pointing out that the case against the latter have nothing to do with "terrorism", with the exception of the Book Office of the Presidency of the Republic in this regard "inaccurate".