[size=36]Legal expert Ahmad al-Abbadi comments on the US Treasury's decision: Iraq is facing two tracks[/size]
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Ahmad al-Abadi, the legal expert, commented on the sanctions imposed by the United States on former governors, deputies and leaders in the crowd, which include banning their money and dealing with US institutions and individuals, indicating that it requires the formation of a team of Iraqi investigators to verify the authenticity of these allegations or not.
Ebadi said in a commentary on the Treasury Department 's decision US "by Iraq , this story requires the decision on the legislative authority" to form a team of investigators specialized independent Iraqi 100%
and under the direct supervision of the Iraqi Council of Representatives and demand the US side to submit Makhzh of his evidence was based on it In this resolution. "
"The first proves that the American claim is incorrect. It is the duty of the Iraqi government to defend the targeted members of this decision by all diplomatic and other means," he said.
"The second possibility is that they are involved in the seizure of humanitarian aid for displaced people in Nineveh and Salahuddin provinces," he said.
"This is where legal proceedings are being taken against them because they are crimes against Iraqis and their perpetrators, Iraqis and Iraqi territory, and they are referred to the Iraqi courts and tried according to the Iraqi Penal Code No. 111 of 1969," he said.
The US Treasury Department announced on Thursday sanctions on former and former governors in the rally.
The US Treasury website said in a statement today that "
The sanctions included Ryan Chaldean, the leader of the Mobilization of Babylonians, the leader of the Shabak garrison, Nufal al-Aakoub, the former governor of Nineveh, Ahmad al-Jubouri, head of the Axis alliance, and Salahuddin's former governor.