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08-21-2016, 11:18 AM
Tomorrow .. an important meeting to agree on a general amnesty law

8/21/2016 0:00

[rtl] BAGHDAD - Omar Abdel - Latif has
pledged parliamentary legal committee, the return of some formulations of the special amnesty law, passed that will ensure the agreement of all parties, especially following the insistence of thecoalition forces on the amendment of Article 8 of the law to ensure that re - trials of innocent people ». A member of the Legal Committee and the National Alliance MP Sadiq frankincense in a statement to «morning»: " Thelegal committee is poised in the paragraphs of the draft amnesty law, which is concerned with the interests of the people did not overlook one , " stressing that " the Committee wanted him to legally take into account humanitarian aspects, where the outcome satisfactory to all. "
He was chewing gum," regret obtaining some changes in the number of proposals which the breadth aspects of the amnesty appears to include terrorists , "noting that" there isfear out dangerous terrorists to the streets and which restores the Iraqi society to square one , as happened former amnesty which some reunion of those who were in the prison law and became today 's hardened leaders in Daesh gangs. "
He added that" the Commission will work to rewrite some of the draft law and legal paragraphs, although drafted well previously , "noting that" all the political blocs insisted on approving this law is important not to include terrorists Hdroa blood of Iraqis during the previous period. "
He frankincense, that" the Commission tried to separate the covered in this law and theterrorists, "adding" efforts to emerge balanced law preserves all rights and takes care of the humanitarian aspects of the Iraqi people . " . He pointed to "the existence of ameeting of the committee on Monday to discuss the drafting of the paragraphs of thelaw, as well as having a meeting with the National Alliance to reach an agreement that can satisfy all parties and accelerates the passage of the law." For his part, MP for thecoalition of Iraqi forces Ahmed milkfish: " The bloc continues to insist on the need for thesurvival of the eighth article in the law that ensure re - trials for are in prisons before they are gangs ( the base and Daesh) in Iraq." He milkfish in a statement the "morning" that "all political blocs were in agreement on the law passed in the previous session before entering the parliament hall , " stressing that " the powers alliance still insists on the survival of the eighth article , which included re - trial of the present inside theprisons, considering that a lot of trials that took place during the previous term "non -objective" as well as extract confessions under duress and torture he says. "
between milkfish," the coalition forces do not stand with the criminals who should take their just punishment according to the law, but it is the innocent people who were arrested and bundled into prison on charges of terrorism and others. "
The head of the House of Representatives Salim Alajabura, last Alatnin, postpone thedraft general amnesty law to this week because of the desire of the blocks to reach a national consensus.