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Deputies accuse members of passing a paragraph amnesty for financiers of terrorism

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Deputies accuse members of passing a paragraph amnesty for financiers of terrorism

Post by rocky on Fri 12 Jan 2018, 2:46 am


Deputies accuse members of passing a paragraph amnesty for financiers of terrorism

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The MP accused the coalition of state law, Ibtisam al-Hilali, on Thursday, members of the Legal Committee in agreement with the heads of blocs and parties to pass the paragraph exempting financiers and supporters of terrorism in the amnesty law.
"There is an agreement between members of the legal committee with blocs and certain parties to pass this paragraph, which was not included in the original law and was rejected by parliament and the members of the committee," Hilali told Xinhua.
She added that "the Presidency of the House of Representatives bear a great responsibility when signing this law, which must have been briefed in detail and read carefully read or otherwise may have contributed by passing knowledge."
The head of the Dawa party bloc, the interior organization Ali al-Badiri, on Tuesday, collected more than 100 parliamentary signatures to form an investigative committee on the placement of items excluded by the parliament on the amnesty for terrorists of the amnesty law in the official newspaper.

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