Halbousi: We ask the Prime Minister to disclose the fate of thousands of absentees and detainees
Hailib al-Halbousi, a member of the coalition of forces, said on Tuesday that after [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] breathed safety and the Iraqis enjoyed peace, we have seen and hoped that the painful page of crimes, terrorism and sectarianism will come to an end with a series of unidentified bodies that do not disagree. Social annihilation.
He added, "We look with pain as to the fate of our absent sons and detainees of innocent Iraqi citizens (sons of Anbar, Salah al-Din, Diyala, Baghdad, Nineveh, and the districts of Jurf al-Sakhr, Mahawil and al-Musib). To well-known armed actors. "
"From this position we ask the Prime Minister to disclose the fate of thousands of absentees and detainees and end the file of the displaced, which remains a fingerprint of failure in the pages of the work of the government and serve its people."
"We condemn the unidentified bodies found in the north of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] ask the government authorities concerned to reveal the truth of the bodies discovered and to speak out with the public of the perpetrators of this brutal massacre to receive their just punishment."
Al-Halbousi wondered, "The places north of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] cliffed the rock and others for how long they remain outside the control of the state and access and wandering by armed parties outside the framework of the state in public and in full view", expressing surprise at the delay of the burial of these bodies for more than three years ".
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