2013/02/07 13:02

Term Press / Baghdad
Announced the accountability and justice, on Thursday, the start of the audit inclusion of some judges proceedings at the request of the House of Representatives, while confirming that the audit results will be announced at a later time. The head of the Falah Hassan Shanshal during a press conference held at the parliament building and attended (range Press), "The Authority had received, on Wednesday, a letter from the House of Representatives to audit the coverage group of judges procedures of accountability and justice or not," noting that "the Commission has sent this the names of the judges to the information department of the Commission for scrutiny. " Shanshal said that "the results of the audit in the names of the judges in the future will be presented to the Board of Seven of the Accountability and Justice Commission for a decision." The independent MP Sabah al-Saadi announced (February 4, 2013) make a formal request to the Justice and Accountability Commission to eradicate 28 judges "confrontational" including Chief Justice Medhat al-Mahmoud covered decisions of accountability since 2006, but he still continues his work, while accusing them of "spreading panic" between judges and staff. Nor is accused Saadi of Mahmoud is the first of its kind has attacked independent MP Sabah al-Saadi, in January 28, 2013, Chief Justice Medhat al-Mahmoud, stressing that plagiarize three positions despite the lack of legal conditions in which he exceeded the legal age and shops for retirement mandatory since 2003 " While move was announced a complaint against him to the Integrity Commission and the prosecutor and the Presidency of the Council of Representatives, counting all decisions taken by Medhat al-Mahmoud, "lengthened".
Also accused in the 23 of January 2013, he exercised his duties in the judiciary and the 81-year-old. Responded the Supreme Judicial Council, on 24 January 2013, on charges of MP Sabah al-Saadi of President of the Council Medhat al-Mahmoud, describing them as "words is just not merit a response," while experienced appellate courts in the provinces of Babylon, Nineveh and Diyala, Missan and Salah al-Din, Najaf, Wasit and Kirkuk, (27 and January 28, 2013), sit-ins in the appellate courts in protest at the independent MP Sabah al-Saadi against Chief Justice Medhat al-Mahmoud, while describing those remarks as "offensive" to eliminate, threatened to continue sit-in the absence of Saadi apology officially for his remarks.