Intruder: Abadi promised Iraq's accession to the Treaty of Rome for accounting Daesh killing minorities

2016/9/28 12:16

[Oan- Baghdad]

MP Yezidi Vian Dakhil said Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said the promise of Iraq's accession to the anti-Rome for an international terrorist gangs Daesh accounting to commit genocide, crimes against minorities after the events of the fall of the city of Mosul in 2014.

According to a statement of the Information Office of the Vice-received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that the intruder met Abadi "During the meeting, handed over a site of 9377 political figures and activists file of those who signed the campaign that we launched to pressure the Iraqi government to accede to the Treaty of Rome."

We also "attached book demanded the Iraqi government to either join the treaty, or make way for a specialist team from the International Criminal Court in The Hague to investigate the subject of Alginoseid's [genocide] that hit the Iraqi minorities in Nineveh province in a particular place and time in accordance with the powers of the court referred above them. "

He Abadi, according to the statement, "sympathized deeply about what happened to religious and national components in Iraq, but we have seen an overwhelming response from the spandex, and said:

This is a very good step and we will pay towards achieving even give a portion of the components of Iraq's rights because of their afflictions of heinous crimes at the hands of Daesh gangs infidels. "

The statement pointed out that "had previously confirmed the MP intruder, on numerous occasions, that the international internationalism attitudes towards genocide against the Iraqi factions crimes remaining air in the nets regrettably, unless it accelerated the federal government to ratify the Rome or the Treaty of Rome Statute] and join the international Criminal Court in the Hague, and that the hybrid efforts in this aspect will be wasted and will not have any value unless Iraq is not signatory to the Rome Statute, which will be available through direct the international Criminal Court work on this case. "

The MP Vian Dakhil had led earlier in the campaign to collect signatures in the House of Representatives to vote on the decision of the Iraqi state is required to sign the Treaty of Rome.

It was "the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court," the adoption on July 17, 1998 Italian Rome, the capital, to crown its long-standing aim of establishing a sustained international entity to accounting task to that seen in wars and various conflicts of clear violations of the fundamental rights guaranteed by the international law of man.

Stressing the Treaty of Rome or [Rome Statute] that the most serious crimes of concern to the international community as a whole must not go unpunished and that prosecution must be ensured effectively by taking measures at the national level as well as through the promotion of international cooperation.

The court's jurisdiction is limited to the most serious crimes of concern to the entire international community, and the Court under this Statute jurisdiction over the crimes [genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and the crime of aggression ".