The judiciary was investigating the facts of interrogation of al-Obeidi session

2016/8/3 9:39

[Where - Baghdad]

The Supreme Judicial Council announced on Wednesday to investigate the facts cited by Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi during his interrogation session.

He said judiciary spokesman Abdul Sattar Bayrakdar said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that "the Supreme Judicial Council decided to form a body investigative jurisdiction to investigate the facts mentioned by the Minister of Defense in the questioning session, in coordination with the Integrity Commission."

In the same context, the detection of "the federal judiciary by moving the public right complaint on the basis of Article [second] of the Public Prosecution Act against all those named in the words of Defense Minister during his interrogation at the Council meeting held on 08/01/2016 Iraqi parliament session, which includes assigning to the facts of corruption mentioned. "

The Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi, was accused in the interrogation at the parliament session On Monday, Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri and deputies to exercise extortion to pass arming decades around suspicions of corruption worth millions of dollars.

Obeidi said al-Jubouri, "March political blackmail to pass arming and buy cars decades to be forwarded to those close to him for the purpose of obtaining commissions, on account of Iraqi blood operations."

Jubouri strongly denied the accusations and defense minister ", calling it" the play to thwart his interrogation, "declaring that he would" sue-Obeidi to these accusations and hauling raised by the Commission on Public Integrity to investigate them. "

Jubouri said, he will be in court and that he would not preside over the meetings of Parliament until check his innocence of the charges of corruption.

From his part, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi Integrity Commission to investigate the allegations raised in the questioning of the Minister of Defence in the House of Representatives hearing on the corrupted files and is cooperating with the verification committees in the House of Representatives on the subject and not one is above the law. "