Coalition forces have accused al-Jubouri swaps general amnesty for the resignation of Defense Minister

08/24/2016 (21:01 pm) - The number of readings: 693

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The Governing Council of Representatives, on Thursday, a heated debate on the impact of the ongoing political differences on the general amnesty law, and the fate of Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi.

And forced the Parliament, in its last, deciding to postpone these items to Thursday's meeting, the failure of the blocks in agreement on the clauses of the amnesty law, and the refraction of a quorum the meeting when it was put to vote on the dismissal of the defense minister.

The Liberals have succeeded blocks and citizens are united and abortion vote on the withdrawal of confidence from Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi, after the withdrawal of members of the House of Representatives Hall led to a breach of the quorum.

At issue is Article 8 of the amnesty law, which allows files to reconsider Article 4 of the governed terrorism, if they claimed to extract confessions by coercion or because confidential informant.

And it commits the same paragraph of the Supreme Judicial Council to form a central committee oversees the sub-committees of not less than 10 nor more than 15, to re-investigate and try those accused of terrorism cases.

And show the parties within the National Alliance fears that this gap lead to the release of convicted terrorist acts by manipulating the investigation papers.

Earlier Integrity Commission called for the postponement of the vote on the law until a legal way ensures that the inclusion of public money thieves general amnesty.

MP says Kamel al-Zaidi, a member of the legal committee of parliamentary, for (long-Presse) that "differences remain between the Union of Iraqi forces and the National Alliance on the amnesty law," stressing that "the alliance has reservations strongly to pass Article VIII of the paragraphs of the law without making any amendment and introduced the legal Committee a proposal to modify it. "

Zaidi pointed out that "the proposed alliance to amend Article VIII of the law through Recheck trial papers tell through the confidential informant exclusively," and noted that "the coalition refuses to re-trial of the accused to article four terrorism and made a reservation to this paragraph."

He said the legal committee member, said "the Union of Iraqi forces insist on not to amend Article VIII of the law that allows the re-trial of the accused in accordance with Article Four of terrorism."

The MP from the Bloc of state law that "the Legal Committee felt at the end of its meeting to discuss the implications of the amnesty law, which long for more than five hours to put an end to the debate based submission of a proposed new National Alliance and the provisions of Article VIII to a vote in the House of Representatives."

A member of the Legal Committee as "the law will be submitted to vote in Thursday's session will be presented Article VIII first two proposals submitted by the Alliance, which spends reviewing the case documents, while powers Union calls for not modifying the eighth article that requires re-investigation," stressing that "the House of Representatives is to be determined vote to choose one of these proposals. "

For his part, MP Hassan Turan, the other member of the legal committee, said that "the Committee's meeting on Wednesday the dispute based on Article 8 points has not been decided in the law," and expressed optimism that the inclusion of non-amnesty law in Thursday's session to the presence of significant differences around the agenda.

He said Tauran, told the (range), that "the political blocs have not finally agree on a final draft of a general amnesty," adding that "the inclusion of the law on the agenda of the meeting is not useful, and will happen a sharp division within the House of Representatives."

The MP said the Turkmen "The biggest obstacle to enactment of the amnesty law is a political investment," pointing out that "the judiciary stands with the enactment of the law and is never afraid of Article 8 of the law to the presence of faith that many innocent people in prison."

He sees MP Abbas al-Bayati said, "Article 8 need to adjust to fill the gaps so as not to implement any of them a terrorist or someone involved in the blood of Iraqis."
He stressed in an interview with Al-Bayati (range) that "the majority of the National Alliance want to vote on a draft of a general amnesty wording that the government came out."

"The majority of the National Alliance refused to vote on the draft general amnesty included proposals Mlaahtat and Legal Committee, which has become a matter of dispute."

In addition to the severe ongoing dispute over the terms of the amnesty law, the legislation appears to be entered in the political investment for synchronizing put a circle with a vote on the dismissal of Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi at the same meeting.

In this context, confirms MP Hassan Turan, "the presence of 63 signatures of MPs are demanding the inclusion of the presidency of the body's parliament questioning al-Obeidi in Thursday's session."

And it accuses the parties in the coalition forces Parliament Speaker Salim al obstructing legislation amnesty law, for refusing to dismiss the defense minister.

The Deputy for coalition forces, I talked to (range) on condition of anonymity, said that "al-Jubouri, who was behind the delay in the inclusion of a general amnesty law in the work of the House of Representatives a table in an attempt to win the support of the National Alliance and the rest of the opposition blocs law and push for a vote on the dismissal of the defense minister."

She added that the MP "Jubouri pressure on the coalition forces in order to provide a waiver to him in exchange for the dismissal of al-Obeidi pass a general amnesty."

In the same context, MP Muwaffaq al-Rubaie revealed US contacts with the heads of blocs to support keeping the defense minister in office.

Rubaie said in a statement released by his office to the media yesterday, said that "the United States has conducted intensive contacts with heads of political blocs, in order to support the defense minister and not to dismiss him."

He said the former adviser for national security, said "the process of dismissal of the Minister of very sound democratic practice, calculated to the House of Representatives that he applied the law against al-Obeidi in the event of a conviction of Representatives for his dismissal."