Parliamentary Foreign Affairs condemns the closure of Britain violations file
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I went back to the Committee on Foreign parliamentary relations on Saturday, the British government 's decision to close the investigation into "violations" committed by the British military in Iraq as " a clear disregard for " the rights of Iraqis, indicating that it will discuss this decision at its next meeting to come up with recommendations are presented to the House of Representatives for a vote, while Amnesty international has criticized the British decision is usually that " the British army 's reputation is at stake." The Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee , MP Abdul Bari Zebari said in an interview on Saturday: " The British government 's decision to cancel the expensive device to investigate human rights violations committed by the British military in Iraq is an insult to clear the rights of Iraqis , " noting that " the British decision is not acceptable to us without to reach an acceptable and equitable outcomes for victims of such abuses . "He added, that" the Commission and within the next meeting will put forward a number of important issues, including the US decision to prevent the granting of visas for Iraqi citizens and the issue of the Khawr Abd Allah in addition to discussing the British decision to exit the recommendations are submitted to the House of Representatives for a vote . "He Zebari, that" the government should do a lot and be more assertive with international issues and to take from the Mexican president 's position on Trump 's decision to build a wall between the two countries , an example of a hardened attitude , "pointing out that" the international interests of Iraq does not mean waiver of dignity the prestige of the Iraqi people , who are fighting today on behalf of world terrorism and the interests of States with Iraq is the largest in Iraq 's interest with them , ".ccant British Ministry of defense announced yesterday the first Friday, the British government issued a decree to abolish costly to investigate" violations " of a human rights committed by the British military in Iraq.
Condemnation of Amnesty
and Amnesty International criticized the decision , saying that "committed abuses of civilians in Iraq should not be forgotten," the organization said in a statement: " The British Army 's reputation is at stake, and any credible allegations of human rights abuses by British forces in Iraq and Afghanistan It must be subject to an independent investigation by an independent body for the army. "
She said the international organization, that "British forces have committed things terrible in its jails , " noting that " the Iraqi Baha Mousa incident receptionist who died in 2003 in Basra after suffering a terrible series of FREE violence, at the hands of the British Royal Army elements, according to achieve the deployment of employees in 2011 ".
The British government 's decision to the
British government 's decision to cancel the expensive device to investigate accusations of human rights violations committed by the British military in Iraq, announced by British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon, which leaves hundreds of issues unresolved, Fallon said , according to TAP "AFP": " The decision the abolition of the team would be a source of satisfaction for our soldiers who hovered around them doubts for a very long time , ".autam create a " historic allegations team in Iraq "in 2010 from the previous Labour government in Britain, which is investigating the 675 issue , including charges of killing Iraqis, and will refer the 20 files only on police marine Albraitanih.ccant Britain announced in October last year, its intention to repudiate the European Convention on human rights in the war, to enable military personnel to avoid prosecutions "arbitrary", which was condemned by human rights defense organizations in the world.[/rtl]
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