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A member of the parliamentary Integrity Committee, Kazem al-Sayadi, described on Wednesday, the government committee to look into the case of killing and suppressing the demonstrators as formed for the purpose of "tickling" the feelings of protesters no more.
"The high ministerial committee set up by the Iraqi government to investigate the killing and suppression of the demonstrators is to tickle the feelings of the demonstrators and the blood of those killed," Sayadi told Shafaq News, stressing that "the government accused of murdering and suppressing the demonstrators cannot form a committee to investigate."
He explained that "the Ministerial Investigation Committee, lacking technical matters, how can the Chairman of the Commission and Minister of Planning, who does not understand the issues of investigation?", Stressing that "there must be international investigative committees elected by the United Nations, so we know who actually killed and suppressed the demonstrators. ".
On October 11, the National Security Council formed an investigative committee headed by the Joint Operations Command and the membership of the relevant bodies to investigate the killings and injuries of demonstrators and members of the security services, attacks on facilities, infrastructure, media and holding accountable minors within a period of five days from the date of 12. 10/10/2019.
He blamed the cleric, Ali al-Sistani, the Iraqi government responsible for the deaths of protesters and security forces during the bloody demonstrations witnessed in Iraq since the beginning of this month.
Sistani's representative said in a sermon read out in Karbala Friday prayers that "the Marjaiya strongly calls on the government and the judiciary to conduct a credible investigation into all that took place in the yards of the demonstration, and then disclose to the public the elements that ordered or started shooting at demonstrators or others, and not to delay In pursuing them, arresting them and bringing them to justice regardless of their affiliations and positions, this must be done within a specified period - for example, two weeks - and not being procrastinated, as in the announcement of the results of the investigative committees in previous cases. "
Thousands of Iraqis demonstrated during the past few days against the deterioration of the service and living conditions, the lack of job opportunities and public and private jobs, the spread of unemployment within the society, and the spread of financial and administrative corruption and nepotism in the joints of state departments and institutions.
The sound demonstrations were met with repression and violence, some of which amounted to excessive use of force, according to joint operations, the highest military authority in Iraq, killing about 170 protesters and wounding thousands.
The federal government, headed by Adel Abdul-Mahdi, launched two packages of resolutions to meet the demands of the demonstrators. .


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UN delegation discusses with the Iraqi judiciary the repercussions of the demonstrations and the way to deal with them

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The head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Fayeq Zaidan, discussed with a UN delegation Wednesday the repercussions of the recent [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  in Iraq and how to deal with them.

A statement from the media center of the Supreme Judicial Council said: "Zidane received in his office the UN delegation, which included Daniel Bell, director of the UN Human Rights Office, and Katrina Torg, head of the criminal justice team in the office. Peaceful people have legitimate demands and those who use violence. "




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Sayadi calls for replacing the government investigation committee on the demonstrations with international ones

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A member of the parliamentary Integrity Committee, Kazem al-Sayadi, described on Wednesday, the government committee to look into the case of killing and suppressing the demonstrators as formed for the purpose of "tickling" the feelings of the protesters.
"The high ministerial committee set up by the Iraqi government to investigate the killing and suppression of the demonstrators is to tickle the feelings of the demonstrators and the blood of those killed," Sayadi said.
He explained that "the Ministerial Investigation Committee, lacking technical matters, how can the Chairman of the Commission and the Minister of Planning, who does not understand the issues of the investigation?" ".
On October 11, the National Security Council formed an investigative committee headed by the Joint Operations Command and the membership of the relevant bodies to investigate the killings and injuries of demonstrators and members of the security services, attacks on facilities, infrastructure, media and holding accountable minors within a period of five days from the date of 12. 10/10/2019.
He blamed the cleric, Ali al-Sistani, the Iraqi government responsible for the deaths of protesters and security forces during the bloody demonstrations witnessed in Iraq since the beginning of this month.
Sistani's representative said in a sermon read out in Karbala Friday prayers that "the Marjaiya strongly calls on the government and the judiciary to conduct a credible investigation into all that took place in the yards of the demonstration, and then disclose to the public the elements that ordered or started shooting at demonstrators or others, and not to delay In pursuing them, arresting them and bringing them to justice regardless of their affiliations and positions, this must be done within a specified period - for example, two weeks - and not being procrastinated, as in the announcement of the results of the investigative committees in previous cases. "

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