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Legal: The Prime Minister is responsible for the events that accompanied the demonstrations

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Legal: The Prime Minister is responsible for the events that accompanied the demonstrations Empty Legal: The Prime Minister is responsible for the events that accompanied the demonstrations

Post by rocky on Wed 23 Oct 2019, 1:59 am


Legal: The Prime Minister is responsible for the events that accompanied the demonstrations

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The legal expert Ali al-Tamimi, Wednesday, that the Prime Minister is responsible for the events that accompanied the demonstrations of the killings and injuries against the demonstrators, whether he gave orders to implement it or not.
Tamimi said in a statement to the information, that "the committees formed in parliament or other departments of the state, when you find that there is a crime, it refers the file to the judiciary to complete the investigation, as it was assumed by the committee concerned with the events or demonstrates who targeted the demonstrators, especially snipers, Add clarification of who carried out the attack on state institutions as acts of terrorism.
He added: "The prime minister does not negate his responsibility not to give orders to use force against demonstrators, as he is responsible for what happened in the demonstrations because it is stipulated in Article 24 of the Military Penal Code, and therefore is responsible even if he did not give orders, in addition to the law of 25 forces Internal Security and other international laws. ”
He explained that "the prime minister bears responsibility for the events and the use of force against the demonstrators, especially since he does not enjoy immunity and the judiciary can issue an arrest warrant against him, and therefore the President of the Republic has the power to assign another person to replace him, in case the ministers condemn events events."
He stressed that "the killing of demonstrators is a crime of murder in accordance with article 405 of the Penal Code, and punishable up to life imprisonment for 20 years, and if the parties that carried out the crime from outside the country, this is terrorism and apply to Article 4 terrorism, in addition to the injury of a person with disabilities "The penalty is 15 years in prison." Finished 25 N


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