Mahmood: not registered to eliminate any corruption index and must reduce the salaries of judges and public prosecution

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2015/12/28 16:01

Long-Presse / Baghdad
Confirmed the Federal Judiciary Chairman Medhat al-Mahmoud, Monday, failure to register any index on corruption on the Iraqi judiciary over the past period, and pointed out that the judiciary beyond eight judges for not their behavior with judicial work agree, and while stressing the need for judges' salaries and public prosecutors reduction, draw 65 killed a judge and member of claim year since 2003.

She said the judiciary in a statement received (range Press), a copy of which, "The Federal Judicial Authority President Medhat al-Mahmoud held, today, a field visit to the presidency of the Court of Appeal Baghdad / Karkh Federal, the head of a high judicial delegation that included the President of the judicial oversight body and head of the Crown Prosecution Service General Supervisor of the Media Centre of the judiciary. "

The statement added that "Al Mahmoud met during the visit, a number of judges and public prosecutors, lawyers and staff and listen to their views about the development of the judicial work."

The al-Mahmoud, according to the statement, that he "did not score on the Iraqi judiciary for the last time any index on corruption, especially since the judiciary Federal publish final accounts around periodically and early on its website," noting that "the Iraqi judiciary beyond eight judges during the last term in fair trials because their behavior is not consistent with the nature of judicial work. "

He said Mahmoud, "The federal judiciary is committed to the project, which already submitted to the Special Council of Ministers to reduce judges and public prosecutors' salaries," asserting his refusal to "prejudice the salaries of investigators and collaborators of judicial career and the rest of the Angels for direct attachment to the citizen."

He Mahmoud, that "the Iraqi judiciary subjected to attack intended to abuse the reputation of the institution that has maintained its independence," adding, that "Iraqi judges have made great sacrifices 0.65 a judge and member of the general allegation has been cited since 2003".

The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi called, on Wednesday, the (23 September 2015), the judges of integrity to the beating with an iron fist, justice and do not let the corrupt evasion, and while stressing the need to confront them because they are "more dangerous than cancer" and trying to buy receivables, stressed the need to develop strategies help to deter corruption and speed up the solving these issues.