Hakim calls for the establishment of a tribunal to fight corruption and keep the interrogations of political suspicions

2016/8/13 23:23

[Oan- Baghdad]

The head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Ammar al-Hakim, to create a special court to fight corruption.

Hakim said, according to a statement his office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, in the office of the Baghdad elite political and competencies, "Let us to create a special court to fight corruption and prosecute corrupt and disown them whatever their affiliations are, we have stressed the need to close the legal loopholes that performs them of corruption, and legislation laws that limit the manipulation operations in public money. "

He said al-Hakim "also stressed the importance that the interrogations be far away from the political suspicions, pressures and according to democratic mechanisms away from the yelling."

He also stressed "the importance of the legislation of the Federal Court Act, the new elections, collecting two practices electoral next two years in one day, and the pressure of expenses in order to avoid political controversy, with the reduction of the age of the nomination and reducing the number of members."