Maliki confirms the need for the governed exchange with Iran
| On 2012-07-05 |
BAGHDAD / electronic integrity
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on the need to implement the agreements for the exchange of convicts between Iraq and Iran, adding that Iraq now has a good experience in the field of the judiciary, which enjoyed full independence.
A statement issued by the Information Office of the owners and received "integrity of electronic" on Thursday that the Prime Minister received at his office Thursday and today, the official Iranian Justice Minister Morteza Bakhtiari.
The statement noted that al-Maliki said during a meeting which was attended by the Iraqi Justice Minister Hassan al-Shammari, "Iraq today has become a good experience in the field of the judiciary, which enjoyed full independence from the executive and legislative."
Maliki confirmed according to the statement "the need to implement the agreements for the exchange of the governed, and strengthening the capacities of the Ministries of Justice and legal expertise in the two countries."