Legislative: The judiciary will be the decisive judge in condemning the government for the demonstrations
19:11 - 22/10/2019
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The parliamentary legal committee, on Tuesday, that the judiciary will be the judge in condemning the government or not to make demonstrations after referring the security chiefs.
The committee member Hussein al-Oqabi said in a statement to Al-Maalouma that the report of the High Committee charged with investigating the demonstrations evacuated the government responsibility from issuing orders to beat demonstrators and using excessive force towards them. ”.
He added that "the judiciary will conduct a detailed investigation with the security leaders to find out the facts of the use of excessive force against the demonstrators and those who gave orders to beat them," calling for "the formation of a parliamentary committee to verify the existence of a political body behind the beatings of the demonstrators or not."
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Yassin al-Yasiri to give orders to use live bullets against demonstrators across the country's provinces.
The committee charged with investigating the events has announced, on Tuesday, all the results of the investigation on the perpetrators of the killing of demonstrators, while recommending the exemption of a number of security leaders and refer them to the judiciary, including the police chief of Baghdad and the commander of operations Rafidain. Finished 25 T.