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The names of the escape of 40 deputies and lost in the elections outside Iraq for their involvement

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The names of the escape of 40 deputies and lost in the elections outside Iraq for their involvement

Post by rocky on Fri 18 May 2018, 2:48 am

The names of the escape of 40 deputies and lost in the elections outside Iraq for their involvement in corruption
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The losers in the elections began to flee outside Iraq for fear of being prosecuted on charges of corruption, in light of the spread of corruption among all politicians in Iraq, and the disclosure of corruption is linked to political calculations and the influence of the parties.
 
Some 40 MPs have been in the House of Representatives since 2005, but lost in the election process on Saturday, May 12, and began to leave Iraq to escape the opening of files of corruption. 

The reports quoted a source in parliament, saying that "a number of parliamentarians lost the legislative elections that took place last Saturday," noting that "the judiciary has the right to prosecute MPs who lose their immunity." 

The source added that "a number of deputies lost in the elections left Iraq during the past hours," noting that "39 deputies were present in parliament since 2005 will not be present in the current session, after they left the country," noting that "most of their families reside outside the country."

The source pointed out that "it was noted that some of the deputies who left the Green Zone before the elections for the management of their election campaigns are no longer after the emergence of their loss in the preliminary results," explaining that "the Presidency of Parliament failed to gather an appropriate number of deputies to achieve a quorum of the discussion of the election results announced , Which did not hold. 

"The judiciary has the right to prosecute MPs who lose their parliamentary immunity and that the charges do not fall on the members of the legislative authority as soon as their electoral term ends," lawyer Hussein al-Tamimi said in a press statement. "The parliamentarians who lose their seats will be subject to prosecution if they are found guilty, .

Tamimi said that a large number of deputies accused of corruption and extortion and the management of deals inside the parliament, but parliamentary immunity was a barrier between them and judicial proceedings, adding that lifting immunity means that the deputies will treat ordinary citizens have rights and duties. 

Al-Tamimi said that he expects that several problems will be raised against some MPs because of the multiple crises that have occurred in the corridors of parliament in its close session. He added that even MPs who are able to escape outside Iraq will be subject to legal prosecution through Interpol, Prevent travel of any deputy loses his immunity in case it is proven that previous arrest warrants were issued against him.

The report concluded that the preliminary results of the elections show the loss of prominent MPs because of their controversial sectarian statements or corruption charges that are pursuing them, such as "Hanan al-Fatlawi" and "Mishaan Jubouri," and "high Nassif" and "Ali Alalak" and " Kazem Al-Sayadi, Ahmed Al-Masari, Abbas Al-Bayati, Mohammed Al-Lakash, Mitham Al-Jubouri and Mowaffaq Al-Rubaie. 

"The ministers who lost are: Adila Hammoud," the health minister accused of corruption, "Mohamed al-Sidli," the minister of education accused of mismanagement and the deterioration of the educational reality in his ministry, and Agriculture Minister, "Falah Hassan Zeidan," while likely to miss the Foreign Minister And the former Prime Minister "Ibrahim Jaafari," the parliamentary scene and the government completely because of his decision not to run for elections. "



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