Integrity challenging the decision of the judiciary in the release of al-Jubouri, and
Integrity challenging the decision of the judiciary in the release of al-Jubouri, and the closure of the case against him
Announced the Integrity Commission, challenged the decision of the judiciary in the release of House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, in a case questioning Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi, and the accusations made by the Jabouri of corruption and extortion.
According to a brief statement of the Commission received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that it "has challenged the decision of the judiciary's closure of the proceedings in the case to question the Minister of Defense."
The Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi, on Wednesday revealed his intention tomorrow [today] Thursday, challenged the decision of the judiciary in the release of House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, for lack of evidence in the corruption charges.
Obeidi said in a press statement "Masdr of judicial decision Sentan done in the presence of a lot of witnesses and documents with them gripping on terrorism and corruption," he said. "What you've done is not a political struggle does not look forward to any political future."
The Jubouri might like Tuesday, before the courts after the lifting of his legal immunity by the Parliament, to face charges of Defense Minister.
The judiciary announced in a statement that the closure of the case against al-Jubouri, as stated in words and Defense Minister accusations that her face during interrogation session because the evidence obtained against the accused is not sufficient. "
A legal expert Tareq Harb, said the release of the judiciary from the Speaker of the House "does not mean his innocence of the charges of corruption against him by the Minister of Defense."
He explained the war's [where], "The release of al-Jubouri, for lack of evidence does not mean that he is innocent of the charges against him Valbrah means no originally evidence but released for insufficient means there was no evidence against him but not sufficient for his conviction with evidence that the law gives the right to return to these measures during the two years if someone offers new evidence. "