Justice Minister: Iraq is about to sign international agreements to recover wanted to
Justice Minister: Iraq is about to sign international agreements to recover wanted to eliminate
2015-12-24 21:57:22 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad
The Minister of Justice Haider Zamili, Thursday, for the determination of Iraq to sign international agreements to recover wanted by the Iraqi judiciary, and as he emphasized the existence of efforts by the government for the purpose of re-two requirements offense Spyker from Finland, denied the existence of "deliberate" delay executions.
Zamili said in an interview with Alsumaria, said that "Iraq is about to sign agreements with the countries of the world for the exchange of prisoners," pointing to "we are about to sign international agreements to recover wanted by the Iraqi judiciary."
In a related context, Zamili noted that "the government is demanding exceptionally retrieves crime Spyker wanted from Finland, and we hope that negotiations succeed and as soon as they are sent back for trial by the Iraqi judiciary."
"The claim of delay death sentences is not true, and there is no deliberate delay the implementation of those provisions," pointing to "the pursuit of his ministry in collaboration with the Supreme Judicial Council to resolve all outstanding files."
It is noteworthy that in the Finnish police arrested (11 December 2015), twin Iraqis suspected that they appeared in a video on Spyker massacre carried out by militants organize "Daash" when seizing on the Iraqi city of Tikrit in 2014.
She stressed the Iraqi Foreign Ministry in (13 December 2015), they pursue the subject of the defendants to the crime Spyker in Finland, while expressing optimism handed them over to the Iraqi side to be tried within the judiciary, while announced that the Iraqi judiciary, the completion of my Astrdadahma.
The Commission on Human Rights announced in Parliament (15 December 2015), that Finland responded to the Iraqi authorities not to extradite the accused Spyker issue for the country, attributed the reason to the lack of a security agreement between the two countries.