Parliament postpones amnesty law to Thursday for his study of the political blocs
Twilight News / decided the heads of the committees and parliamentary blocs, Tuesday, postpone the vote on the draft amnesty law to session next Thursday and the formation of a quadripartite committee of the main blocs to study it.
The MP said the coalition of state law, Abbas al-Bayati said in an interview with "Twilight News" that "the heads of the committees and parliamentary blocs met today and decided to postpone the vote on the amnesty law."
Al-Bayati said that "the meeting also decided to form a committee quad of the main blocs to reconsider the general amnesty law and the pressure reduction options one option," noting that "the Commission will formulate general amnesty law materials for submission to the option of one."
The al-Bayati said "why postpone the vote on the law today due to fear of meeting stagger voting on it."
The positions in the Iraqi parliament has been split on the proposed amnesty law despite the support of Representatives initially to publish it.
And concentrated differences between the parliamentary blocs on how to determine the categories covered by this amnesty or not most notably the inclusion of forgers educational certificates and Resisters U.S. presence in Iraq.
It is noteworthy that the general amnesty law proposed stipulates in its first article that relieved a general amnesty and comprehensive Iraqis (civilian and military) inside Iraq and outside death row, life imprisonment or temporary or imprisonment, whether their sentences adversarial or in absentia and gained degrees bits or not gaining.
Also confirms the law, he is being evacuated convicts and detainees referred to in Article (1) and (2) of the Act after the issuance of the decision to release of the committee formed under the provisions of this Act unless they are convicted or arrested for crimes they did not located Magistrate where or waiver with with victim or convicted persons or the state even pay discharged from the debt at once or in installments or Executive expires incarceration.