[size=36]Because of the missing ISIS victims, Iraq will be in an embarrassing situation before the UN Human Rights Council[/size]
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warned the Iraqi Parliament on Tuesday, the government of its concern to take its humanitarian role in the fate of the missing, while calling for the inclusion of being exposed to anonymous shooting under the law of victims of terrorism.
"The committee warns the government of its preoccupation with its humanitarian duty to know the fate of thousands of missing and absentees from the areas covered by the darkness of ISIS," the committee's deputy Unity Jumaili said in a statement received by Mawazine News.
She called on the government to "respect its signing of international agreements that provide for the consolidation and promotion of human rights principles in Iraq, otherwise Iraq will be embarrassed and embarrassed before the World Human Rights Council, in addition to the exposure of Iraq to negative political and economic repercussions as a result."
Al-Jumaili also called on the parliament to "amend the law of victims of terrorism in such a way as to ensure the inclusion of unidentified persons who have been shot in the law of victims of terrorism and to compensate their relatives after the identification of their bodies."